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  1. Waterloo is an inner-city suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Waterloo is located 3 kilometres south of the Sydney central business district and is part of the local government area of the City of Sydney. Waterloo is surrounded by the suburbs of Redfern and Darlington to the north, Eveleigh and Alexandria to the west, Rosebery to the south, and Moore Park, Zetland, and Kensington to the east.

    • 1.1 km² (0.4 sq mi)
    • 3 km (2 mi) South of Sydney CBD
  2. The Municipality of Waterloo was a local government area of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The municipality was proclaimed on 16 May 1860 and, with an area of 3.4 square kilometres, included the modern suburbs of Waterloo, Zetland and Rosebery. The suburb of Alexandria was originally included as the Western Ward of the council but seceded as a separate municipality in 1868. After several attempts to amalgamate with various neighbours in the mid-1920s, the council was amalgamated with the Ci

    • 3,310/km² (8,560/sq mi)
    • 16 May 1860
    • 31 December 1948
    • 11,241 (1947 census)
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    Wa­ter­loo took its name from the Bat­tle of Wa­ter­loo in 1815, when Al­lied and Pruss­ian forces under the Duke of Welling­ton and Blücher de­feated the French forces under Napoleon Bona­parte. In the 1820s Wa­ter­loo began sup­port­ing in­dus­trial op­er­a­tions in­clud­ing the Fisher and Dun­can Paper Mill and the Wa­ter­loo Flour Mills owned by William Hutchin­son and Daniel Cooper. William Hutchin­son, su­per­in­ten­dent of con­victs and pub­lic works, had been granted 1,400 acres (5.7 km2) of land in 1823. He sold Wa­ter­loo Farm to Daniel Cooper (1785-1853) and Solomon Levey (1794-1833). Cooper later bought out Levey's share and on his death the Wa­ter­loo Es­tate passed onto his nephew, also named Daniel Cooper, who was the first speaker of the New South Wales Leg­isla­tive As­sem­bly.

    Wa­ter­loo is his­tor­i­cally a work­ing class re­gion. Since early 2000s, the re­gion has un­der­gone some de­gree of gen­tri­fi­ca­tion with a ris­ing busi­ness dis­trict fo­cus­ing on tech­nol­ogy-ori­ented firms and the de­vel­op­ment of more green space such as parks. By 2006, me­dian in­di­vid­ual in­come in Wa­ter­loo was slightly higher than the Aus­tralian average. The sub­urb main­tains nu­mer­ous pub­lic hous­ingapart­ments. Wa­ter­loo is also a pop­u­lar sub­urb to live for Syd­ney's large Gay and Les­bian pop­u­la­tion due to its close­ness to nearby sub­urbs of Surry Hills and Dar­linghurst. The Wa­ter­loo Urban Con­ser­va­tion Area is a res­i­den­tial area of pre­dom­i­nantly 19th cen­tury ter­race and cot­tage hous­ing. New de­vel­op­ment and re­de­vel­op­ment in this area is en­cour­aged to be sym­pa­thetic to the ex­ist­ing her­itage style. Green Square is a dis­trict in the south and east of the sub­urb in­clud­ing the sub­urbs of Wa­ter­loo and Zet­landthat is be...

    Wa­ter­loo is ser­viced by State Tran­sit routes to the Syd­ney CBD. Green Square sta­tion, on the Air­port line of the Syd­ney Trains net­work, is lo­cated in the south-west cor­ner of the sub­urb. Red­fern rail­way sta­tionis lo­cated close to the north-west cor­ner of the sub­urb. The very-fast Syd­ney Metro line is cur­rently under con­struc­tion and will in­clude a sta­tion and major in­ter­change at the west side of Wa­ter­loo, due to open in 2024. There will also be large com­mer­cial and res­i­den­tial re­de­vel­op­ment to ser­vice the new metro.

    Wa­ter­loo hosts the city cam­pus of Hill­song Church (af­fil­i­ated with the As­sem­blies of God). Other churches in­clude Grace City An­gli­can Church, Shrine and Parish of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church, Wa­ter­loo Con­gre­ga­tional Church, South Syd­ney Unit­ing Church and Wa­ter­loo Sal­va­tion Army.

    At the 2016 cen­sus, Wa­ter­loo had a pop­u­la­tion of 14,616. 1. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people made up 3.0% of the population. 2. 35.3% of people were born in Australia. The most common countries of birth were China 13.7%, England 4.2%, New Zealand 2.6%, South Korea 2.0% and United States of America 1.6%. 3. 47.5% of people only spoke English at home. Other languages spoken at home included Mandarin 12.7%, Russian 3.3%, Cantonese 3.2%, Spanish 2.0% and Korean 2.0%. 4. The largest religions were Catholicism (16.8% of the population), Anglicanism (5.5%) and Buddhism (4.5%). Furthermore, 41.6% of the population marked no religion, well above the national average. 5. 89.7% of residences were units, well above the rest of Australia (where only 13.1% of residences were units). Furthermore, 70.8% of dwellings were rented, compared to 30.9% in Australia as a whole.

    The Wa­ter­loo Skate Park, is a mod­ern skate park and the first of its kind to copy the urban streetscape lay­out of pop­u­lar skate spots like Mar­tin Placeand Cathe­dral Square in Syd­ney. The park is lo­cated next to Wa­ter­loo Oval and the South Syd­ney Youth Ser­vices build­ing on Eliz­a­beth Street.

    Unit­ing Church, Re­gent street
    Mount Carmel Church
    Mount Carmel School
    Cau­li­flower Hotel Botany Road
  4. Pages in category "Waterloo, New South Wales". The following 5 pages are in this category, out of 5 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ( learn more ). Waterloo, New South Wales.

  5. Waterloo adalah pinggir bandar dalam Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.Waterloo terletak 3 kilometer (1.87 batu) selatan dari daerah pusat perniagaan Sydney dan merupakan sebahagian daripada kawasan kerajaan tempatan di Bandar Sydney.

  6. List of mayors of Waterloo (New South Wales) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Wikimedia list article. People who served as the mayor of the Municipality of Waterloo are: This section is an excerpt from Municipality of Waterloo § Mayors [ edit] Patrick Hogan, Mayor 1877–1879, 1881–1883.

    1 July 1860 – 14 February 1861
    Edward John Hawksley
    14 February 1861 – 16 February 1862
    Edward Byrne
    16 February 1862 – February 1863
    John Geddes
    February 1863 – February 1864
    William Bryant
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