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Woollahra is an affluent residential suburb located in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs, five kilometres east of Sydney's Central Business District. Celebrated for its handsome tree-lined streets and chic shopping thoroughfare, Woollahra plays host to a swanky smattering of specialist art galleries, high-end boutiques and fine dining establishments.
Woollahra is an Aboriginal word, translating to meeting ground, camp or a sitting down place. Daniel Cooper, a 19th century colonial politician, chose the name when laying the foundations of Woollahra House in 1856. In the coming decades, Woollahra developed into a respectable residential precinct, showcasing an elegant array of Victorian style architecture. Woollahra Public School opened in 1877. To this day, high-rise development has been eschewed in favour of retaining the suburb's aesthetically appealing heritage character.
Woollahra, as well as neighbouring Paddington, contains the highest concentration of art galleries in Sydney. Jersey Road's Olsen Gallery is well worth a visit, featuring works by acclaimed and emerging Australian and international artists. Queen Street's specialty food stores are an art in themselves, with Anthony Bourdain having once described Victor Churchill as "the most beautiful butcher shop in the world."
Heritage-listed architecture is ubiquitous, with Waimea House and Rosemont serving as two stellar intact examples. The depth of Woollahra's appreciation for old-world charm and disdain for development can be witnessed atop its very own non-existent train station on Edgecliff Road. Originally excavated in the 1970s to provide a point to alight on the Eastern Suburbs line, local backlash inhibited its completion, but a large railway cavity to this day serves as a visual reminder of what may have been.
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