Did you know that Lynbrook streets are mostly named after Australian writers ...
Amy Mack Walk — Marie Louise Hamilton Mack (1870–1935) and Amy Eleanor Mack (1876–1939), writers, were born on 10 October 1870 in Hobart Town and on 6 June 1876 at Port Adelaide: «Australian Dictionary of Biography».)
Astley Wynd — Thea Astley (1925–2004) was an Australian novelist and short story writer. She was a prolific writer who was published for over 40 years from 1958. At the time of her death, she had won more Miles Franklin Awards, Australia’s major literary award, than any other writer.
Baynton Crescent — Barbara Janet Ainsleigh Baynton, Lady Headley (1857–1929) was an Australian writer, made famous for «Bush Studies» which was written as a critique of Henry Lawson’s works.
Boldrewood Place — Thomas Alexander Browne (1826–1915) was an Australian writer, who sometimes published under the pseudonym Rolf Boldrewood. He is best known for his novel Robbery Under Arms.
Boothby Terrace — Guy Newell Boothby (1867–1905) was an Australian novelist and writer.
Brady Close — Edwin James Brady was born on 7 August 1869 at Carcoar, near Bathurst, New South Wales. He began contributing poems to Sydney newspapers in the early 1890s. Much of his work was published in the «Bulletin», an important forum for Australian writers of the 1890s, and in 1899 the Bulletin Company published Brady’s first collection of poetry, «The Ways of Many Waters». Brady’s poems were heavily influenced by the highly popular Bush Ballad verse style. From: http://www.poetrylibrary.edu.au/poets/brady-e-j/)
Buckley Way — Poet Vincent Buckley was born at Romsey, in the Macedon Ranges, Victoria, on 8 July 1925, and died in 1988. http://www.poetrylibrary.edu.au/poets/buckley-vincent)
Source: John Tranter