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Office (by appointment only)
Level 32, 101 Miller Street
North Sydney, NSW 2060

Postal address
You can mail your inquiry or CV to:
PO Box 190, Crows Nest, NSW 1585

Business hours
Contact us within business hours
(8:00am - 4:30pm) on: (+61 2) 9966 4964
We are contactable at any time for urgent matters. For all other inquires please contact us during our business hours

After hours
For bookings and urgent matters after hours call:
0425 322 811

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fax your CV or request for more information:
(+61 2) 9966 0321

Mary MacKillop Place is located at
7-11 Mount Street North Sydney NSW 2060 Australia

  • The Museum is located at 7 Mount Street
  • The Chapel is next door to the Museum
  • Entry to Accommodation (Anderledy Lodge)
    is via 80 William Street
  • The nearest train station is North Sydney
    (5-minute walk)
  • Public buses stop on Miller Street & the
    Pacific Highway in North Sydney. We are a five minute walk from the bus stops and two minutes from North Sydney Post Office which is on the corner of Mount Street & Pacific Highway.
  • For further information on bus and train timetables contact the Transport Infoline on phone no: 131 500 or

Aborigines on the southern side of Port Jackson (Sydney Harbour) called the north side warung which meant the other side, while those on the northern side used the same name to describe the southern side.

The first name used by European settlers was Hunterhill, named after a property owned by Thomas Muir (1765–1799), a Scottish political reformer. He purchased land in 1794 near the location of north pylon of the Sydney Harbour Bridge is now located, and built a house which he named after his childhood home. This area north to Gore Hill became known as St Leonards.

The North Sydney municipality was incorporated in 1890 and after naming disputes, North Sydney was settled upon. The post office which opened in 1854 as St Leonards was changed to North Sydney in 1890. The first public school which opened in 1874 as St Leonards was renamed North Sydney in 1910.

North Sydney underwent a dramatic transformation into a commercial hub in 1971-72. In this period no less than 27 skyscrapers were built (Wikipedia).



JMB Jobnet Nursing Agency
Level 32, 101 Miller Street, North Sydney NSW 2060
Phone: (02) 9966 4964 Fax: (02) 9966 0321
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