Chermside

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Chermside, Queensland - History
... The Chermside area was first settled by Europeans in the late 19th century ... stagecoaches began to travel through Chermside on the way to the goldfields at Gympie ... Brisbane's tramway network finally reached the suburb on 29 March 1947, and Chermside remained the northernmost point on the system until the line to Chermside was closed on 2 December 1968 ...
Electoral District Of Chermside
... Chermside was the name of two incarnations of an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of Queensland ... the north-eastern suburbs of Brisbane and named for the suburb of Chermside ...
Herbert Chermside - Family and Later Life
... Herbert Chermside was the second son of the rector of Wilton, Reverend Richard Seymour Conway Chermside, and his wife, Emily Dawson ... paternal grandfather was the military surgeon Sir Robert Chermside ... Chermside was married twice to Geraldine Katherine Webb whom he married in 1899, although she died in 1910 and to Clementine Maria Reuter (daughter of Paul Reuter) from 1920 ...
Herbert Chermside - Governor of Queensland
... Chermside arrived in Brisbane on 24 March 1902 to find Queensland in the grip of a drought and economic recession ... However, concerned by the parliamentary attitude to the role of governor, Chermside decided to resign in 1904, although he delayed the announcement until a ... Once he had opened the new parliament, Chermside announced his retirement and left Queensland on 8 October on pre-retirement leave ...
Westfield Chermside
... Westfield Chermside is the largest shopping centre in Queensland, located in Brisbane's inner northern suburbs, the third-largest in Australia, behind Westfield Fountain Gate ... The centre contains the Chermside bus station, a major hub for buses north of Brisbane ... Westfield Chermside's trade area population is 439,600 one of the largest markets for shopping centres in Australia, and its 16.4 million customer visits per annum makes it Australia's 7th busiest ...