Discount Jukebox Karaoke Hire Marrickville
02 9809 5916
Marrickville Jukebox Hire
Discount Jukebox Hire
Specialising in Marrickville, Leichhardt, Arncliffe, and Campsie area's of Sydney.
In this Covid-19 environment you might not be able to hold a large function, but you can still invite a small group of family and friends around to celebrate your birthday or event, and a Digital Jukebox Karaoke system is a great way to keep your guests entertained all night. (Checkout our Covid Safe Jukebox Policy) (Don’t forget to check the NSW Stay Covid Safe Website)
Karaoke is a great way to entertain your family and friends and we can now offer three different systems to suit your budget which includes free delivery and pick-up. Our latest system incorporates a Dual Touch Screen Video Jukebox plus Karaoke plus Photo Booth plus Inbuilt flashing lights. (All-In-One-Unit) and we can now offer these systems at very competitive prices.
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Interesting Facts About Marrickville
The name Marrickville comes from the 24.3 ha (60 acres) 'Marrick' estate of Thomas Chalder, which was subdivided on 24 February 1855. He named it after his native village Marrick, North Yorkshire, England. The estate centred on the intersection of Victoria Road and Chapel Street. William Dean, the publican of the Marrick Hotel, in Illawarra Road (now the site of the Henson Park Hotel) is credited with adding the "ville" to Marrick when it was gazetted in 1861.
The first land grant in the area was 100 acres (0.4 km2) to William Beckwith in 1794. Thomas Moore received 470 acres (1.9 km2) in 1799 and another 700 acres (2.8 km2) in 1803. Dr Robert Wardell purchased most of this land for his estate that stretched from Petersham to the Cooks River. His estate was broken up after he was murdered by escaped convicts in September 1834.
Old Police Station, Gladstone Street
Thomas Holt (1811–1888) was a Sydney business tycoon who built a castellated Victorian Gothic mansion named ‘The Warren’ in 1857 in Marrickville South. It was designed by architect George Mansfield, and contained an impressive art gallery filled with paintings and sculptures from Europe. It had elaborate stables built into imposing stone walls, and large landscaped gardens filled with urns overlooking the Cooks River. Holt gave it that name because he bred rabbits on the estate for hunting, as well as the grounds being stocked with alpacas and other exotics. The Warren was a landmark in the district for some decades; the still-operating Warren View Hotel in Enmore as evidence of this.
Renovations were undertaken in 1866. There were also bathing sheds and a Turkish Bath built on the river. The 100-acre (0.4 km2) property was south of Wardell’s and covered the area from today’s Unwins Bridge Road to Illawarra Road and Warren Road. Thomas Holt was a large land holder in Sydney with another mansion at the edge of Gwawley Bay, Sylvania Waters, New South Wales in 1881,(his last and greatest residence, the monumental forty room Sutherland House mansion which was destroyed by fire in 1918) and vast property holdings from Sutherland to Cronulla. (Wikipedia)
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