Australia: Riverstone’s people showed their love towards Pakistan as they named some streets on some popular Pakistani cities.
In Riverstone, New South Wales, Australia, people named some streets on Karachi, Lahore, Multan, and Quetta. Riverstone is among one of the oldest Australian towns. It was originally settled in 1803 as the government stock farm and has the population of over 6,000 people. However, it is a well known farming and industrial region.
Pakistani immigrants reside all over the world. However, the best part is that they make a strong bond within their community as they transformed several towns into “Mini Pakistan”.
According to 2016 Australian Census, 61,913 Pakistanis live in Australia. However, New South Wales is the most preferable state for Pakistanis as the immigrant figures are 24,542. However, it might be a reason that roads are named on Pakistani cities here.
This street is named on Pakistan’s largest city and the capital of Sindh.
A street representing Pakistani city that is the capital of Punjab and has a rich cultural heritage.
The street is named on Multan acknowledged as the City of Saints in Pakistan.
The representation of Balochistan province is also visible with the street named on its capital.