Thanks to its family-friendly vibe, leafy streets and excellent transport links, Wentworthville is a hidden haven in Sydney’s west. It’s five minutes away from Parramatta, and 30 minutes by train to the CBD, making it appealing to young professionals and families. The suburb is vibrant, yet serves as an escape from the hustle and bustle of bigger hubs.
Wentworthville has all the amenities residents need in their day-to-day lives. There are a number of parks, playgrounds and sporting fields, as well as health facilities and community centres. It’s home to good primary and high schools, and the community spirit is seen through various local events. The main commercial precinct is Dunmore Street, which is lined with supermarkets, boutiques, banks, pharmacies, post offices and eateries that reflect the suburb’s diverse multicultural makeup. When locals want to branch out, the shopping complexes in Parramatta are a short drive away.
The area is easily accessible by bus and train, with stations in Wentworthville and nearby Westmead. For those who commute by car, it’s close to the M4, M2 and Great Western Highway.
Catherine Mcauley High School
Darcy Road Public School
Pendle Hill Public School
Toongabbie East Public School
Wentworthville Public School
Parramatta CBD: 3km
Sydney CBD: 27km
Wentworthville Train Station is on the main Western Train Line with services to Parramatta, Sydney’s CBD and Penrith.
Buses service this area.
Frank Hayes Playground
Fullagar Road Tennis Courts
Ted Burge Sportsground
Wentworthville Community Centre
Wentworthville Shopping Plaza
Wentworthville Swimming Centre
Parramatta Farmers Market – a weekly market showcasing fresh produce, nuts, bread and flowers from local growers
Parramatta Winterlight – Sydney’s largest winter festival boasts a skating rink, slides, rides and ice dancing performances
Sydney Festival – Parramatta and Western Sydney host the ‘Circus City’ program, as well as family theatre, art installations and live music
Tiny Tots Tuesday – an entertaining and educational event held every week at Wenty Leagues
The Crescent Summer Series – in the warmer months, this outdoor amphitheatre hosts concerts by Australian and international artists