The Irish surname Durack is of patronymic origin, as an anglicized version of the Gaelic surname Ó Dubhraic meaning “black prosperity.” The family originated in the eastern part of county Clare on the west coast of Ireland. Members of the family are also found in neighboring county Galway. Notable bearers of the name include the Australian pioneers led by Patrick Durack who arrived from Scarriff county Clare in 1853 and became successful businessmen and outback pioneers. The Suburb of Brisbane named Durack is so named after Michael Durack the original land owner in the region and son of Michael Durack.
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