Lake Macquarie History

Chincliffe Place

Chincliffe Place

Named after a town in the North East coalfields of England associated with Thomas Croudace, whom Croudace Bay was named after and also the developer of Lambton Colliery at Redhead. Croudace’s son was also on Council for some time in the early 1900’s

Gazette Date: 14 July 2017 Folio 4153

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