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Discount Jukebox Karaoke Hire Hurstville

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Sydney Jukebox Hire Since 1978

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Hurstville Jukebox Hire


Discount Jukebox Hire

Digital Jukebox Karaoke Party Hire Specialists in Hurstville, Kogarah, Rockdale and surrounding areas of Sydney. We can now offer different products to suit every budget. We can offer Jukebox Only or Jukebox with Karaoke or our All-In-One System, Jukebox with Karaoke Plus Photo Booth. Karaoke is a great idea at a party because it get’s everyone involved, and our equipment also has a Photo Booth option so you will have extra fun plus lasting memories of the event. The Jukebox will take four photos of each time you touch the top screen and you can also include graphic overlays if you want simply by pressing a button. Check out our video clip. It’s great fun and just adds that bit extra to the night! We can now offer these systems with free delivery to your area at a very competitive price. Give us a call Now! 02 9809 5916 or click the Online Quote button for more information

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Interesting Facts About Hurstville

The name Hurstville is derived from the English 'hurst', meaning 'a wooded eminence', and 'ville', meaning 'town'.

Aboriginal culture

Although it is unknown when they first settled in the Hurstville area, the first inhabitants were Indigenous Australians. At the time of the arrival of the First Fleet, the Indigenous Australians residing in the area were of the Eora tribe, whose numbers spanned along the Georges River, from Botany Bay to present-day Liverpool.

European settlement

The first sustained contact between members of the First Fleet and the Eora tribe, occurred on 20 January 1788 within the boundaries of the present City of Hurstville at Lugarno and Oatley, at Lime Kiln Bay on the Georges River, as recorded by Lieutenant Philip Gidley King in his diary.[3] While Governor Philip explored the south side of the Georges River around Como, King with a party of one other officer and three marines in a six-oared rowboat aimed for the highest point they could see on the north side, probably at Lugarno, and landed at a place they named Lance Point. Although first contact with the Indigenous Australians led to a small altercation where a spear was thrown and a shot fired, later in the day when the party rowed up Lime Kiln Bay towards present day Mortdale they were greeted in a friendly manner by both men and women, and what could only be described as Australia's first picnic took place as food and drink were shared between the two peoples. After a long summer afternoon of mutual contact and conviviality the British sailors rowed back to their ship moored at Botany Bay (see Haworth R.J. 2012, Journal of Australian Colonial History, vol. 14 pp. 1–28, for a reconstruction of King's boat journey and likely route).  (Wikipedia)



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