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In the heart of Western Sydney, Prospect stands as a testament to nature’s splendour and the achievements of its residents. Our neighbourhood's vibrant florals tell a story of passion, craftsmanship, and tradition. If you're ever wandering through, you might encounter the delicate carnations in Sydney Olympic Park or be swept away by the spring-like freshness of daffodils in Rydalmere. Venture a little further, and the radiant gerberas in Clyde will captivate your gaze, while the serene beauty of jonquils in South Penrith provides a gentle reminder of nature’s cycles. Each floral offering, be it a single stem or a lush bouquet, symbolises a community's bond, making Western Sydney a genuinely captivating place for lovers of botanic beauty.
Prospect is a suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Prospect is located 32 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district in the local government area of the City of Blacktown and is part of the Greater Western Sydney region.
One of the oldest suburbs in Sydney, Prospect takes its name from the prominent nearby landmark of Prospect Hill - from the top of which people could get a prospect of (see a great distance) the surrounding countryside. Initially a settlement for emancipated convicts, it later became a village. Since colonisation, settlers cleared larger areas of land to raise livestock, build churches, inns, schools, shops and a large reservoir. The quarrying of blue metal was abundant in the area. Naturalist Charles Darwin visited Prospect in January 1836, to observe the geology.
Prospect Hill, Pemulwuy, is visible from many locations. It is a noticeable landmark of historical importance in the early settlement history of New South Wales and the suburb of Prospect takes its name from the hill. The hill was composed mainly of dolerite intruded into the Sydney Basin rocks during the Jurassic period although most of the dolerite has been quarried away.
Prospect reservoir in Prospect Nature Reserve, located within the Western Sydney Parklands, is a water storage reservoir located at the headwaters of Prospect Creek. Surrounding the Reservoir, there are recreational picnic areas, playgrounds, public parking and shelters.
St Bartholomew`s Church of England is a brick church with a cemetery that contains the tomb of Lieutenant William Lawson and the graves of a number of pioneering families. It is listed on the Register of the National Estate.
Wet`n`Wild Sydney, a large water park, is located in Prospect. It was opened on 12 December 2013.
Hylands Inn - Located at Hylands Road, in the 1880s, this later became the family home and dairy farm of Luke Hyland. Was a Cobb & Co stop. Horses were rested in the paddocks at the rear. The Coach travelled from Sydney to Hylands Inn for the overnight stop then on to Penrith then over the Blue Mountains. Holroyd Youth Services lease building as a youth centre. This was one of five hotels operating during the construction of the Reservoir. Others were The Fox under the Hill, The Prospect Inn and Buckett’s Hotel.
Royal Cricketers Arms - Built in 1877, the hotel is one of the few remaining roadside inns that were on The Great Western Highway between Sydney and Bathurst, as well as being one of the last remaining buildings (along with the former village Post Office) of the Prospect Village. The Royal Cricketers Arms building is of Victorian and Georgian design, being a two-storey brick and timber building set on a random rubble foundation stone wall on a sloping site.
Prospect is adjacent to the Great Western Highway and the M4 Motorway, providing road access to the western sections of the city and eastward to the Sydney CBD. Prospect Highway links Prospect to central Blacktown. Blacktown railway station provides access to the Sydney Trains and NSW TrainLink networks, especially Sydney Trains` North Shore, Northern & Western Line. Several bus companies offer connecting services between Prospect and Blacktown, via Blacktown Road.
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