Carrington Pest Controllers – Carrington Pest Removal
Carrington is a suburb of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia, and is named after Lord Carrington, governor of New South Wales in 1887 when the area was proclaimed a municipality. Carrington had a population of 1,874 in 2011.
Carrington is separated from its neighbours by the beautiful Throsby Creek. Because of its proximity to the harbour and the CBD, it’s certainly not the cheapest place to live and enjoys a certain exclusivity. In the old day, the area used to be completely submerged at high tide, and was literally built up from mud, as the ballast dumped by ships raised the land above the waters.
It was named after the death of the governor of New South Wales in 1887, Lord Carringhton when the area was declared a municipality. One of its magnificent landmarks is Carringhton Hydraulic Power Station constructed in 1877. It was fondly referred to as the place of mud crab by the people of the Aboriginals origin.
It started developing as a residential suburb in the 1860s after the huge migration of people off towards the surrounding islands. Currently, the city can be accessed by the Cowper Street Bridge that passes over Throsby Creek. It is positioned 3 km (2mi) NNW of Newcastle. In the year 2011, it had a population of close to 1874 people.
There are numerous suburbs that border Carrington such as Tighes Hill, Maryville, Wickham and Newcastle.
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