Eastwood

Northern commercial and residential centre named after Eastwood House, built by William Rutledge in 1840. Birthplace of the Granny Smith apple, it has become increasingly multicultural following postwar migration and more recently the arrival of many Chinese and Korean migrants.

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Eastwood

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2010

A region of farming estates, before the railway joined it to the city, Eastwood is now a multicultural suburb which retains some of its historic precincts.