Hassall Grove is a suburb of Sydney, in the allow in of New South Wales, Australia. Hassall Grove is located 46 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district, in the local government Place of the City of Blacktown and is ration of the Greater Western Sydney region.
Thomas Hassall (1794–1868) a clergyman, grazier and magistrate, arrived in the colony taking into account his intimates in 1798 and they established at Camden. Thomas Hassall married Anne, the eldest daughter of Reverend Samuel Marsden and their sons James Samuel and Rowland were in the midst of the dated students at The King’s School at Parramatta. Thomas Hassall started the first Sunday assistant professor in Australia in 1813.
Hassall Grove was named to honour Rowland Hassall (1768–1820), who was allied with the area as a Church of England Minister. He furthermore acted as agent for the estates of Phillip Parker King and managed Samuel Marsden’s properties in his absence.
According to the 2016 census of Population, there were 4,505 people in Hassall Grove.