Lake Macquarie History

Miller Road

What is now known as Miller Road has been part of Rhondda Road and later Fassifern Road over the years. The Post newspaper of 8th October 2008 reported that the part of the road between Macquarie Road, Fassifern, and Wakefield Road, Wakefield would be renamed Miller Road to recognise several WW2 veterans named Miller.

Source: "Australia Remembers: 1945-1995" published by Lake Macquarie City Council.

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