The magnificent suburb of Haberfield recently celebrated its 120th birthday. Haberfield was the world's first planned garden city, marketed as being "slum-less, lane-less and pub‑less." The wide, tree-lined streets are named after the founding fathers of Federation and the suburb is knowns for its exceptional Federation homes and gardens. 120 years later and much of the ideals that led to the founding of the suburb still remain. Owners conscientiously preserve their heritage homes and tend to their gardens; one of the loveliest aspects of the suburb is that fences are to be of a height that allows for onlookers to marvel at the local gardens and say hello to their neighbours. One of the principal reasons so much of Haberfield has been preserved is because of the Haberfield Association, formed in 1980. They helped lead the campaign for Haberfield to be declared a conservation area and continue today to lobby for the suburb to be listed on the State Heritage Register. I thank the Haberfield Association for their continued work to preserve the suburb and congratulate all Haberfield residents on the 120th anniversary of the suburb's founding.