Eastern Suburbs

Eastern Suburbs is a term used to refer to the eastern part of a city, or things associated with such a region. In particular, it may refer to

  • Eastern Suburbs (Sydney), a region of Sydney, Australia
    • Eastern Suburbs railway line

Other articles related to "eastern suburbs":

Morrie Boyle
... Boyle was a Winger for the Eastern Suburbs club ... He was a member of the Eastern Suburbs side that was beaten by South Sydney in the 1931 premiership decider ... as the 196th footballer to play for the Eastern Suburbs club ...
Sydney Roosters Squad - 2002 NRL Premiers - Emblem
... Eastern Suburbs did not traditionally sport a crest on their jerseys in the first half of the 20th century ... have been made as to the choosing of a rooster for Eastern Suburbs' mascot ... In 1978, the motto was replaced with the team's name, "Eastern Suburbs" ...
Bus Routes In Sydney - Eastern Suburbs Services (300 Series)
... Bus routes in Sydney's eastern suburbs are numbered in the 300 series ... Given their high density, Sydney's eastern suburbs have a significant public transport infrastructure in place ...
Sydney Roosters Squad - 2002 NRL Premiers - History
... The Eastern Suburbs District Rugby League Football Club was formed on 24 January 1908 after it was decided that the district should enter a team in the newly formed New South Wales Rugby Football League ... the their red, white and blue playing strip, Eastern Suburbs won its first match, defeating Newtown 32–16 at Wentworth Oval on 20 April 1908 ... Eastern Suburbs missed the finals once from 1926 to 1942, and in that time won four titles and the minor premiership on seven occasions ...
Eastern Suburbs - Football Clubs - Rugby Union
... Eastern Suburbs RUFC, a rugby union club in Sydney, Australia Eastern Suburbs RUFC (Canberra), a rugby union club in Canberra, Australia Eastern Suburbs Rugby Union ...

Famous quotes containing the words suburbs and/or eastern:

    In an expanding universe, time is on the side of the outcast. Those who once inhabited the suburbs of human contempt find that without changing their address they eventually live in the metropolis.
    Quentin Crisp (b. 1908)

    All the morning we had heard the sea roar on the eastern shore, which was several miles distant.... It was a very inspiriting sound to walk by, filling the whole air, that of the sea dashing against the land, heard several miles inland. Instead of having a dog to growl before your door, to have an Atlantic Ocean to growl for a whole Cape!
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)