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Fairfield Heights is a suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Fairfield Heights is located 31 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district in the local government area of the City of Fairfield. Fairfield Heights is part of the Greater Western Sydney region.
Fairfield Heights shares the postcode of 2165 with the separate suburbs of Fairfield, Fairfield East and Fairfield West. The majority of residents speak a language other than English at home, with the most common one being Assyrian Neo-Aramaic. Fairfield Heights, like Fairfield, is also an ethnic enclave of Assyrians.
The elevation of this suburb is approximately between 30–40 metres above mean sea level, owing to its name.
Fairfield Heights mostly consists of low-density residential and commercial developments. Its commercial area is centred on The Boulevarde, the main street in Fairfield Heights, which is the highest point in the suburb at 40 metres above sea level, offering striking views of the lower areas to the south and east.
The Boulevarde mainly features cafes, ethnic restaurants (such as Hammurabi Restaurant and Al Basha), with a few featuring a hookah lounge, delis and convenient stores. Other businesses include dollar stores, health clinics, a radiology centre, cosmetic clinics, Domino’s Pizza and Pizza Hut outlets, and a Vinniesstore. Despite its small size, business hours in Fairfield Heights are slightly more extended than those in the neighbouring large suburb of Fairfield, with a few cafes, bars and restaurants remain open until 9pm.
Assyrian Sports and Cultural Club is the prominent club in the suburb, which features a casino, reception, restaurants (which contains an all-you-can-eat buffet) and it has an entertainment quarter which hosts music concerts.
The Club was originally opened in 1990, in The Boulevarde, where it held liquor and gaming licenses. In 1997 the Club bought the premises at 52-54 Stanbrook Street. The project of turning the gymnasium, squash courts and fruit shop into a club began in January 2000. The new club site was eventually opened by former Mayor Anwar Khoshaba in a ceremony that was visited by politicians, Councillors and many Assyrians. In 2003, the reception hall was built and the club grounds were expanded to fit weddings and other social events.
Today, Hammurabi Restaurant is located on Cultural Club’s old premises in The Boulevarde. It is an ethnic restaurant, serving Assyrian cuisine and Iraqi cuisine, and it features a reception hall for joyous events, namely for Assyrians.
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