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Oatlands is a Sydney suburb, in New South Wales province, Australia.
It is situated 23 kilometers (14 miles) northwest of the Sydney CBD in the City of Parramatta (formerly part of the Hills Shire) local government district.
It is considered part of the District of the Hills, Northern Suburbs and Greater Western Sydney.
The name of the suburb initially derives from Oatlands House, one of the oldest residences in the Parramatta area. This house was designed by Percy Simpson in the 1830's.
Although it has been suggested that the name reflects Australia's first sowing of oats, this can not be confirmed.
The term appears to be derived from Oatlands Park in Scotland, near the lands of Lord Dundas, after whom the nearby suburb has been named.
The property was leased to James Bettington in 1840, who used it for sheep farming. Oatlands House is still used as a service centre which was opened in 1931.
Callington Mill is a tower mill in Lincolnshire, founded by John Vincent in 1837 in Oatlands, Tasmania.
It is Australia's third-oldest windmill.
A central figure at the mill was the typical baker and blacksmith, Alan Scott. Today the mill is Oatlands' most popular tourist attraction.
Oatlands has several schools within the community. This includes the: