Suburb Sites feature all you need to know about growing communities within New South Wales and learn about the community & amenities within the local area.
According to the ABS Census and Australian Statistics Advisory Council (ASAC), New South Wales (NSW) is one of the fastest growing areas of Australia. The New South Wales State Government has taken many steps in the last few years for the development of living standards. In 2011 the number of residents of NSW was 6,917,650 which is now 7,618,200. The population grew by 1.4% during the year ended 30 June 2015. Report says 60.7% people of NSW are employed full-time, 27.8% are employed part-time and only 5.1% are unemployed. All these above-mentioned statistics indicates the prosperity of the living standards in the New South Wales area in the last 5 years.
The lifestyle, living, health, environmental and transportation facilities have been increasing day by day specially in the region of Hunter, Hills District, Macarthur Southern Highlands and Greater Western Sydney. Kellyville, Rouse Hill and Box Hill under the Hills Shire LGA are the most developing suburbs in the region of Hills District. Carnes Hill, Cecil Park, Kemps Creek, Badgerys Creek, Bringelly, Jordan Springs, Llandilo, Shanes Park, Ropes Crossing, Berkshire Park and Marsden Park in the region of Greater Western Sydney are developing for a well-planned, balanced City that supports the housing, lifestyle, employment and other needs of the growing population. Catherine Field, Rossmore, Appin, Varroville, Camden, Cawdor, Cobbitty, Mount Hunter, Theresa Park, Bingara Gorge, Wilton, Thirlmere and Pheasants Nest in the Macarthur Region are growing rapidly. The Local Government Area (LGA) confirms education, health care, fitness, recreation, dinning, shopping, transportation and all other residential facilities for all the suburbs. The average distance of the suburbs from Sydney is 50km. Pacific Motorway (M1), Hills Motorway (M2), Western Motorway (M4), S Western Motorway (M5), Westlink (M7), Hume Motorway (M31) and Hunter Expressway (M15) connect all the suburbs with the centre of Sydney.