Newmarket Randwick: Proposed street and park names

Consultation has concluded.

The following street and park names are proposed for the redevelopment of the former Inglis Stables site known as the Newmarket Randwick Development.

Inglis Park: The Inglis family leased the Newmarket Stables from 1906 and played a vital role in Australian racing history. Inglis and Sons operated for 112 years at this site.

Yarraman Avenue: This name recognises the former use of the site. Yarraman is a local Aboriginal word meaning horse.

Dillon Street: John Dillon, famous jockey also known as Johnny Cutts won the first two Melbourne Cup races. He leased and ran the Newmarket Hotel and stables in 1866.

Chiltern Street: This name reflects the proximity and historic significance of Chiltern House and Stables at 28 Young Street.

Jane Street (existing): This is an extension of the existing Jane Street.

Fennelly Street: Michael Fennelly purchased the Newmarket property and constructed the Newmarket Big Stable building.

White Lane: James White was a member of the Legislative Assembly and purchased the Newmarket property in partnership with Michael Fennelly in 1878.


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You can have your say on the proposed names by:

  • Completing an on-line submission through this site
  • Sending your comments headed "Newmarket Randwick Proposed Street Names" to the General Manager by email council@randwick.nsw.gov.au
  • Posting your comments headed "Newmarket Randwick Proposed Street Names" to the General Manager, Randwick City Council, 30 Frances Street, Randwick NSW 2031


Consultation period: 27 March to 15 April 2019.

The following street and park names are proposed for the redevelopment of the former Inglis Stables site known as the Newmarket Randwick Development.

Inglis Park: The Inglis family leased the Newmarket Stables from 1906 and played a vital role in Australian racing history. Inglis and Sons operated for 112 years at this site.

Yarraman Avenue: This name recognises the former use of the site. Yarraman is a local Aboriginal word meaning horse.

Dillon Street: John Dillon, famous jockey also known as Johnny Cutts won the first two Melbourne Cup races. He leased and ran the Newmarket Hotel and stables in 1866.

Chiltern Street: This name reflects the proximity and historic significance of Chiltern House and Stables at 28 Young Street.

Jane Street (existing): This is an extension of the existing Jane Street.

Fennelly Street: Michael Fennelly purchased the Newmarket property and constructed the Newmarket Big Stable building.

White Lane: James White was a member of the Legislative Assembly and purchased the Newmarket property in partnership with Michael Fennelly in 1878.


View a larger version of the map here.


You can have your say on the proposed names by:

  • Completing an on-line submission through this site
  • Sending your comments headed "Newmarket Randwick Proposed Street Names" to the General Manager by email council@randwick.nsw.gov.au
  • Posting your comments headed "Newmarket Randwick Proposed Street Names" to the General Manager, Randwick City Council, 30 Frances Street, Randwick NSW 2031


Consultation period: 27 March to 15 April 2019.

  • CLOSED: Submissions have now closed.

    Council welcomes comments and submissions on the proposed street and park names for the Newmarket Randwick Development.

    Council welcomes comments and submissions on the proposed street and park names for the Newmarket Randwick Development.

    Consultation has concluded.