Book Cheap Car Rental Revesby
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Revesby, New South Wales is in the LGA of the City of Bankstown. It is considered a suburb of Sydney, lying 22 km from the CBD, on the southwest side. It was named to honor Sir Joseph Banks in 1913. Banks was a botanist who arrived in Australia on the Endeavour, in 1770, along with Captain James Cook. Banks was the Squire of Revesby, as he inherited his father’s estate, Revesby Abbey, in Lincolnshire, England. The Turvey Street High School is also named for Banks. In 1804, George Johnston received a land grant. He was an officer in the marines who sailed to Australia on the First Fleet. His wife, Esther Julian, was granted 570 acres in 1813. She arrived on the same ship as Johnston, but as a convict. Samuel John Hales built the first mansion in the area in 1896. “The Pah,” on Tompson Road remains today, although it has been subdivided. After World War II, Revesby became a suburb of modest, freestanding bungalows. Most were built of fibro or asbestos cement sheeting. It remains largely residential today. Revesby has a CityRail railway station and bus service by Veolia Transport.
Georges River Park
Imagine yourself in an area of plateaus, riverside flats, and steep forested hillsides. Imagine yourself in Georges River National Park in Revesby. The conservation park has some of Sydney’s best river natural habitat for flora and fauna. Yeramba Lagoon has recorded more than 100 species of birds. There are popular picnic areas and a network of walking tracks along the beautiful river. The Ridge Track allows you to see incredible river views. Take a walk and see.
Red Baron Adventure
If you’ve always wanted to do a loop and roll in an open cockpit bi-plane, your opportunity awaits you in nearby Bankstown. A short drive from Revesby, Red Baron Adventure Flights will help you fulfill your flying wishes. This scenic flight, over Sydney and the surrounding areas, will give you a different perspective on well-known landmarks like the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. You’ll even be allowed to ‘take the stick’ for yourself and fly the plane.