Sporting stars of the 1980s grace the street signs of part of one estate in west Orange.
According to a report in The Orange Leader newspaper in 1988 several streets in the estate gained the rare distinction of being named after living people.
"An example is a new subdivision off Forbes Road with street names like Sieben, Lukin and Ella," it said.
Back in 1988 it was called Lukin Avenue but the short street, off Sieben Drive, today is Lukin Place.
Dean Lukin, a South Australian tuna fisherman, became Australia's first Olympic gold-medal winning weightlifter at the Los Angeles games.
Two years earlier he had won gold in the 1982 Commonwealth Games in Brisbane and there were national expectations on him in LA.
His local newspaper the Port Lincoln Times reported the streets were deserted on the morning of the event as everyone was inside watching his title bid.
"Port Lincoln went crazy with the winning lift met by blaring fire, police and ambulance sirens and cheers in hotels, schools, businesses and houses," it said.
Swimmer Jon Sieben won gold at the same Olympics in the 200-metre butterfly.
At 1.76 metres tall the teenager was known as 'The Shrimp' compared to main rival and world record holder, West Germany's two-metre tall Michael Gross, known as 'The Albatross'.
Sieben stormed home past Gross in the last 50 metres to win gold.
Incredibly his new world record time of 1 minute 57.04 seconds was a full four seconds faster than he had ever swum before.
He was named Young Australian of the Year in 1984 but his time in the sporting limelight was short.
Sieben was not even selected for the 200-metre butterfly for the 1988 Olympics, though he did finish fourth in the 100-metre event.
It is understood the street is named after another 1984 sporting great, rugby union legend Mark Ella.
Ella debuted for Australia in 1980 and became captain of the Wallabies in 1982.
However, it was 1984 when Ella would achieve the incredible feat of scoring a try in each of the four tests the Wallabies played on its tour of Britain and Ireland.
Ella and his famous brothers Glen and Gary were born and grew up in Sydney.
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