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The suburb of 2140 Inner West of Sydney is home to Homebush, Homebush West, and Strathfield West. This suburb is just 12 km west of Sydney's central business district and has a number of heritage-listed houses in the Village of Homebush estate. The Homebush railway station in 2140 serves all stations on the Inner West and Leppington line of the Sydney train network, but if you'd prefer to travel by car then there's easy access to the M4 Western motorway.


Lidcombe and Berala are a part of the 2141 suburb, west of Sydney with close links to the city and surrounding area. Berala was once a swampy area and attracted wild birds, which is where its name derives from - the Aboriginal word for musk dusk, 'Barella'. Lidcombe remains the cultural centre of Sydney's Ukrainian community, originating from a large number of post-WWII European migrants. The 2141 suburb hosts heritage-listed sites and many interesting landmarks to explore alongside its commercial and industrial areas!


With a blend of industrial, residential and commercial constructions, 2142 is developing quickly. In Granville, you can sip on a drink of your choice at one of the four pubs located in the area. You can even sing your heart out, as some of the attractions include live music and karaoke events! The neighbouring area of Rosehill is home to the Rosehill Gardens Racecourse, and the area currently has a blend of recreational, industrial and commercial land that is soon going to be redeveloped.


2143 contains three suburbs - Birrong, Potts Hill, and Regents Park. Reserves, parks, and plenty of schools await you in Birrong, making it one of the best places to raise children. There are walking trails and restaurants, cake shops that sell delicious eats, and a bowling club with a community feel. In Potts Hill there are also parks and reserves to be found. The central business district, Sydney, is 21 km away, but there are many services in the neighbouring suburb of Regents Park. In this location, there are cycle paths, reserves, and parks. You'll also find private schools, excellent transport that will take you into the central business district, and plenty of restaurants.


With close connections to the greater Sydney area, and covering the suburb of Auburn, 2144 is proving to be a very wonderful place to live in Australia. Local attractions abound in all directions, thanks to 2144’s connections to Central Sydney, but the area also has a number of its own attractions, such as Auburn Botanic Gardens and the Peacock Gallery, which offer unparalleled connections to nature. Local schools also focus on delivering high-quality education to all children in the area.


On the western outskirts of Sydney, 2145 is a great neighbourhood when you want the city on one doorstep and the beautiful outdoors on the other. With stunning views out towards the Blue Mountains, you have everything you need around Pendle Hill and Wentworthville without needing to venture into the city if you don't want to. Immerse yourself in the wealth of outdoor activities on offer whether you are a tennis player a basketballer, or enjoy the speciality shops that fill 2145's streets and shopping centres.


Exploring around 2146 will take you to Toongabbie and Old Toongabbie. Toongabbie has a busy shopping precinct featuring a supermarket and over 40 different shops, and to get around, there are also private buses that will take you to Blacktown, Westmead, and Seven Hills as well as many surrounding areas. You can find Old Toongabbie to the east, which lies approximately 29km away from the Sydney central business district. 2146 is also surrounded by Toongabbie Creek, which is the origin of the area’s name.


The quiet streets of 2147 are much loved by their residents. Lined with trees and dotted with plenty of parks such as Endeavour Park in Kings Langley, there is a certain sense of calm about this area. You’re well-catered for on the food and shopping front in 2147, too, with lovely cafes and restaurants in Lalor Park and the shopping plaza in Seven Hills. And, it’s a convenient place for professionals, with top-notch public transport to the city and surrounding suburbs keeping it well-connected.


Stretching from Kings Park to Prospect, through Blacktown, and into the Western Sydney Parklands and Prospect Nature Reserve, 2148 is a beautiful neighbourhood that's ideal for commuting into central Sydney while having a feeling of detachment from the big city. Blacktown's commercial district combines shopping centres filled with major brands with independent shops and a huge variety of places to eat and drink, driven by the multicultural nature of this suburb city. 2148 offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor pursuits too, whether you want to be competitive or just hang out with your family and friends.


Attractions abound in 2150, covering the areas of Harris Park and Parramatta, and Parramatta Westfield. Located in the Westerly part of Sydney, 2150 is already well connected to the cultural hub of the city but also has a sizeable stable of attractions and schools to cater to the families that populate the area. Attractions such as Code Red Laser Tag, and Newington Armory keep the whole family occupied, while events such as Rooftop Hangouts can keep the older kids entertained. 2150 is perfect for raising a family!


2151 covers the area of North Parramatta and North Rocks in the state of New South Wales. It is located approximately 20 kilometres north of Sydney’s central business district. There are a number of heritage-listed sites in the area, which are receiving assistance from UrbanGrowth NSW Development Corporation to help preserve the areas, such as Lake Parramatta and St Patricks Cemetery. The suburb of 2151 is described as a lovely area to live with plenty of history, and easy access to the lakes, church and restaurants, with transport available to ease your access.


With friendly locals, and a perfect location to raise a family, 2152 is home to the Suburb of Northmead, itself only 26 kilometres from Sydney’s Central Business District. With multiple schools for local families to choose from, and a large number of shopping centres and shopping streets, 2152 is a wonderfully popular place to live in modern Australia, due to its suburban facilities, its urban connections, and its surrounding natural wonders, such as Bondi Beach, and the Western Sydney Parklands.


On the north-western outskirts of Sydney, the suburbs around Baulkham Hills, Bella Vista, and the surrounding 2153 neigbourhoods are filled with activities and enjoyment for the whole family. Enjoy the outdoors with plenty of parks and recreation opportunities, including koala spotting, or head to the local eateries where you'll find foods from around the world as well as good old Australian eats. 2153 gives you all of this, keeping you entertained while still only being a short distance away from the centre of Sydney.


2154 is a friendly suburban area, made up of Castle Hill, a suburb northwest of the city of Sydney. 2154 has fantastic shopping options thanks to the gigantic Castle Towers Shopping Centre in the heart of Castle Hill, one of Australia’s largest shopping centres. There are many large-size stunning traditional family houses on offer for sale and for rent in Castle Hill, ideal for families to settle in. 2154 is a quiet leafy suburban area, with lots of homes and large well maintained idyllic gardens.


Whether you want to eat and drink, explore, or relax, you can find what you’re looking for in 2155. In Kellyville, you could spend your afternoon looking around the Museums Discovery Centre and finish the day off with a delicious meal at one of the many multicultural restaurants in the area. Or, head on over to Rouse Hill for a spot of shopping in the bustling town square, or to Beaumont Hills to visit one of 2155’s delightful nature reserves and parks.


With Scofield's Railway Station just 11 Km away, 2156 is a highly residential region within Sydney, right beside the beautiful city of Richmond. Annangrove, Glenhaven, and Kenthurst are the major suburbs within the region. You’ll find a cool mix of modern and country-styled homes within Annangrove. While the residential and commercial areas seem well-planned, there’s still a lot of greenery, large bushes and fresh forestry that surrounds 2156. Glenhaven, on the other hand, features more flashy, tall buildings, and large acreage residential areas. It’s relatively small, yet still has almost all the amenities residents need to thrive within 2156. Plus, its proximity to neat parks, shopping complexes, standard public and private schools and other tranquil areas make it a top choice for people looking to move to this area. Not to forget Kenthurst, yet another peaceful region that’s not so big on public transport, yet, the large acreage areas common among 2156 suburbs still make this an attractive place to live in.


2158 is enviably close to Sydney, with just 26 km keeping the two areas apart. Plus, it consists of three towns; Dural, Middle Dural, and Round Corner. Dural is a lovely semi-rural community that delivers the practical country feel and ambience from the very first signpost to the last road. You’ll find roadside fruit and veggie stalls, local markets, and some rustic, yet well-maintained building in most of the neighbourhoods. There’s an array of schools to choose from, both situated in and around 2158. Even more, there are lovely parks, libraries, sporting facilities, and medical facilities.


2159- Arcadia, Berrilee, Fiddletown, and Galston are suburbs in New South Wales. They are categorised by the 2159 postcode and lie 31 km away from Richmond. Arcadia is a rich rural town with a population of 1,385. It’s home to the University of New South Wales Campus, and a few primary and secondary schools too. There are more families living in this part of 2159, and the homeownership is up by 88%. Berrilee is another town that boasts a smaller population of 224 people. It’s a nice rustic town similar to Fiddletown, which also has a sparse population of 233. Even more, Galston boasts natural attractions like Berowra Valley National Park the Gardens of Many Nations, as well as Berowra Creek.

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