Western sydney map
Map of western sydney. Western sydney map (Australia) to print. Western sydney map (Australia) to download. Western Sydney is a major region of Sydney , Australia . It has a number of different definitions but one consistently used is the region composed of the 11 councils which until recently were all members of the Western Sydney Regional Organization of Councils as you can see in western sydney map : Auburn council, Bankstown City Council, Blacktown City Council, Blue Mountains City Council, Fairfield City Council, Hawkesbury City Council, The Hills Shire Council, Holroyd City Council, Liverpool city council, Parramatta City Council, Penrith City Council. Western Sydney as defined by the WSROC region covers 5,800 square kilometers and had an estimated resident population as at 30 June 2008 of 1,665,673. The original inhabitants of the Greater Western Sydney Region were the Bidjigal, Cabrogal, Darkinjung, Dharawal, Dharug, Gundungura, Gweagal and Tharawal Aboriginal people.
Western Sydney is used to refer to the Greater Western Sydney region, which is the combination of Western Sydney as defined above and the Macarthur Region (also referred to as South-Western Sydney ). As well as the 11 councils listed on western sydney map, the GWS region includes Camden Council , Campbelltown City Council and Wollondilly Shire Council . The NSW Government Office of Western Sydney uses the broader Greater Western Sydney definition to refer to the region, which includes both WSROC and MACROC council areas. The Greater Western Sydney Region is served by the Hills Motorway (M2), the Western Motorway (M4), the South Western Motorway (M5), Westlink (M7), the Cumberland Highway, the Great Western Highway, the Hume Highway, Bells Line of Road, the Bankstown Airport, the Camden Airport, the Katoomba Airfield, numerous railway lines and bus services, and several ferries.
The Greater Western Sydney Region has substantial residential, rural, industrial, commercial, institutional and military areas (see western sydney map). The Greater Western Sydney Region encompasses a total land area of nearly 9,000 square kilometres, including national parks, waterways and parklands. The LGA with the largest population in the Greater Western Sydney Region is Blacktown City, with Wollondilly Shire having the smallest population. The LGA with the largest land area is Hawkesbury City, with the Cumberland Council area having the smallest land area. Major features of the Region include Sydney Olympic Park, Camden Bicentennial Equestrian Park, Campbelltown Sports Stadium, Dunc Gray Velodrome, Eastern Creek International Karting Raceway, Lilys Football Centre, Menangle Park Paceway, Penrith Stadium, Sydney Dragway, Sydney International Equestrian Centre, Sydney International Regatta Centre, Sydney International Shooting Centre, Sydney Motorsport Park, Valentine Sports Park, Warwick Farm Racecourse, various golf clubs, Katoomba Scenic World, Sydney Ice Arena, Featherdale Wildlife Park, Golden Ridge Animal Farm, Australian Aviation Museum, numerous National Parks (Blue Mountains, Cattai, Dharawal, Georges River, Kanangra-Boyd.