St Andrew Parish, Cumberland

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St Andrew
New South Wales
Sydney city parishes 1857.jpg
Location in Sydney city highlighted in red on an 1857 map
Established 1835
LGA(s) City of Sydney
County Cumberland
Hundred (former) Sydney
Lands administrative divisions around St Andrew:
Petersham St Philip St James
Petersham St Andrew St James
Petersham Alexandria St Lawrence

St Andrew Parish, Cumberland is one of the 57 parishes of Cumberland County, New South Wales, a cadastral unit for use on land titles. It is one of the four small parishes in the Sydney city area, which is named after the church of St Andrew's. The parish was named while the church was still in the planning stages. The parish includes Pyrmont and the Darling Harbour area. It is bounded by Wattle Street in the south west, George Street in the south and east, and King Street in the north-east.[1] It includes Town Hall railway station, which is on the eastern end of the parish.

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Coordinates: 33°52′26″S 151°12′23″E / 33.87389°S 151.20639°E / -33.87389; 151.20639

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