Bonython

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  • Bonython was told in no uncertain terms that permission would not be granted.
  • The ancient family located at Bonython in the Lizard district at a very early period.
  • From an early age, Bunty Bonython has had a deep interest and love of history.
  • The location of the station was east of Bonython Park.
  • Much of this area had been part of the safe Labor seat of Bonython, which had been abolished.
  • Inspired by his grandmother, Bonython took an interest in his heritage.
  • Folklore also maintains that the Bonython family were very conservative and did not want the building used as a dance hall.
  • Many Bonython residents can walk to work - a rare luxury in a city designed in the 20th century primarily for car transportation.
  • Bonython Hall is one of the many historic and heritage listed buildings located at the North Terrace campus.
  • Port Bonython Road provides the only access to the Port Bonython area.
  • John Lavington Bonython married twice, in total producing six children.
  • When the Schutzenfest is held at the nearby Bonython Park in January each year, most trains stop at this station.
  • Bonython Park has netball courts, open kick/play fields and junior playgrounds.
  • Bonython is now a well established inner suburb of Tuggeranong, with mature trees.
  • Bonython did not stand for reelection at the 1906 election, and retired from politics.
  • Port Bonython lies immediately to the north-west and is marked for future industrial expansion, driven by anticipated growth in the State's mining industry.
  • The former safe Labor seat of Bonython was abolished, and some of its southern portion was transferred to Port Adelaide.
  • He married Katherine, the daughter of John Bonython of Carclew with whom he had two sons and a daughter.
  • Kym Bonython gained a reputation as a daredevil partially through another of his interests: motor racing.
  • Most of the Labor-friendly territory in Sturt was shifted to the newly-created Bonython.
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