Stanhope Gardens, NSW

Stanhope Gardens is a suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Stanhope Gardens is located 39 kilometres north-west of the Sydney central business district in the local government area of City of Blacktown. Stanhope Gardens is part of Greater Western Sydney area.

When Stanhope Gardens was first being developed into what it is today, it was called "Irish Town", Kellyville and Parklea. A petition was sent around with most people voting to keep Stanhope in the name, becoming Stanhope Gardens.

Newbury Estate - a master-planned estate - now occupies a large part of the suburb of Stanhope Gardens. Planned by Landcom, in 1999 Newbury Estate won the Royal Australian Planning Institute Award for Excellence in Plan Making - Urban Planning.

Commercial area

Stanhope Village is a sub-regional shopping centre anchored by a Coles supermarket, Liquorland and Kmart, plus 100 other specialised retail, service, fashion and food outlets.

Transport

Public transport is provided by private bus operators Hillsbus and Busways, going to the Sydney CBD, Parramatta, Rouse Hill, Blacktown, Macquarie Park and Castle Hill.

The suburb is serviced by Riley Station on the Rouse Hill-Parramatta section of the North-West T-way, and Stanhope Station on the Blacktown- Parklea branch of the T-way.

Source: - Wikipedia

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