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Fassifern is a small town located in a rural area in the City of Lake Macquarie in New South Wales. The Sydney - Newcastle rail line runs through Fassifern, and is a major station along the line. There used to be a branch line between Fassifern Station and nearby Toronto, but this has been replaced by a bus service, aptly named "The Train".
The village of Fassifern was first developed as a result of sawmill and coal mining operations in the area. The railway station opened in 1887. The first school, Fassifern Public School, was opened in 1922.
The mine is a source for some of the local jobs in Fassifern and the surrounding suburbs.
Recently Charlton Christian College (the name was changed from Lake Macquarie Christian College, reportedly to avoid confusion from Lake Macquarie College) was established. It operates along side the still existing public school.
Fassifern is located on the western side of Lake Macquarie in Fennell Bay, a small bay with mangrove and she-oak trees on its shores. Some petrified wood exists in a part of the bay, which is said the be the remains of a petrified forest (many pieces of the wood have been taken). Fassifern also contains vast amounts of native bushland to the north and west.