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Antun Sardelic (1901–1969) and son Antun Sardelic (1921–2008) of the Sardelic family came to Western Australia in 1926. In 1941 they moved to South Fremantle and set up a market garden, which Antun Senior ran until his retirement in 1954. He sold six acres to CIL Woolsheds and divided the remaining four acres between his two sons. The market gardens were worked by the Sardelic families for a total of forty-nine years before the land was sold in 2006.
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