Greystanes (Boothtown) Aqueduct
- Located in the Lower Prospect Canal
- The Aqueduct was completed in the 1880s for the opening of the Upper Nepean Scheme in 1888.
- It is constructed of brick, is 225 metres long and has 22 arches, each with a 9.1 metre span.
- Today the Aqueduct is maintained for stand-by use.
- Large concrete plugs have been installed to prevent water from the canal entering the Aqueduct.
- Located at 222 Dunmore Street, Pendle Hill.
- Dunmore House was constructed in the 1880s.
- Its verandas are majestic with large amounts of delicate iron lace and white marble tiles creating an opulent effect.
- The house overlooked the surrounding land of Wentworthville, which later became Pendle Hill.
- The property and house are now owned and operated as part of the Church of Christ home and school.
Goodlet & Smilth
- Located off Walpole Street in Holroyd Gardens
- John Hay Goodlet founded the brickworks in 1884.
- It is one of the oldest cement, brick and tile works in the district.
- Its remains demonstrate the original and new technologies used at the site.
- 25 Byron Road, Guildford
- The Linnwood homestead was built by George McCredie in 1891 and is set on 5 hectares of land.
- McCredie was a prominent businessman, Mayor of Prospect & Sherwood, and Independent member for the state seat of Central Cumberland, an independent free trader and an advocate of female suffrage.
- Presbyterian Church services were held on the property and continued until after George McCredie’s death in 1903.
- The George McCredie Memorial Church was built and opened in 1905.
- The property was sold to the State Government in 1921 and became known as the Guildford Truant School for Boys.
- In later years it became Lynwood Hall, a Domestic Training School for Girls.
- Linnwood was listed on the State Heritage Register in 2003.
For more information, see The Friends of Linnwood website
Mays Hill Cemetary
- Corner of Steele Street and the Great Western High
- Mays Hill Cemetery was active from 1848, and is an historic record of the people of Holroyd.
- The headstones provide outstanding examples of monumental craftsmanship.
- It has many traditional and rare plant species within the site.
- The cemetery overlooks Mays Hill Park.
- The last burial in the cemetery was in 1991.
For more details, and information about the pioneers buried at the cemetery, see The Friends of Mays Hill Cemetery website .
St Andrews Presbyterian Church
- 7 McKern Street, Wentworthville
- St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church was originally built in 1840 in Church Street, Parramatta and was completed in 1849.
- The first Presbyterian service in Parramatta was held on 19 June, 1823 in ‘Mr Elder’s New Room’ in George Street, Parramatta. Services were irregular as ministers travelled from Sydney.
- By 1835 arrangements were made for regular services to be held in the Old Court House on the corner of George and Church Street.
- In 1835 land was granted and money was raised to build a church on 217 Church Street – the former Commonwealth Bank site.
- The church was designed by David Lennox and construction ran from 1840 to 1849.
- This church was later moved to 7 McKern Street, Wentworthville and reconstructed brick by brick.
Source: Parramatta Heritage Centre website, 2019