Cremorne Point Precinct
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Held quarterly on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7pm for 7.30pm in the Sydney Amateur Sailing Club - Green Street, Cremorne
1 July 2020
With Government restrictions on indoor gatherings being eased and community centres/halls re-opening, some Precinct Committees will resume face-to-face meetings (with precautions/distancing restrictions in place). Some Precinct Committees will hold a 'Vote Out of Committee' whereby feedback is sought via email/phonecall.
Check below for updates and keep contact with your local Precinct Committee via the contact details below. Your Precinct Committee will endeavour to keep you updated by email during this time - contact your Precinct Committee to be added to the distribution list
Peter Young, Co-Chair (Jan-Mar)
Ralph Evans, Co-Chair (Apr-Jun)
Warwick Green, Co-Chair (Jul-Sep)
Anthony Page, Co-Chair (Oct-Dec)
Highlights and Current Projects:
The name "Cremorne" was first used by J. R. Clarke and his partner William Woolcott who leased 22 acres of land on the peninsula and opened it as a park in 1856, naming it after “Cremorne Gardens”, a picnic and amusement park in London. As a striking feature of Sydney Harbour, "Cremorne Point" was named in the 1880s by landowner and developer James Milson.
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