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Guildford is a suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Guildford is located 25 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of Cumberland Council. Guildford is part of the Greater Western Sydney region. Guildford is the home of the first KFC in Australia.
Located in Cumberland Council, Guildford has a variety of schools, parks and sports grounds, pools, a locally significant retail precinct and several neighbourhood shops, a train station with parking, several churches and Turkish mosques and is on bus routes to Bass Hill, Yagoona, Bankstown, Harris Park, Merrylands, Parramatta, Liverpool, Auburn and Fairfield. The suburb also has notable commercial and industrial areas.
Guildford railway station is on the Inner West & Leppington and Cumberland lines of the Sydney Trains network. Guildford CBD is located around Guildford Railway Station.
Major industrial and commercial areas are located in Guildford Rd, Ferndell St – heading to Chester Hill, Cann St and surrounding streets west side near Guildford Railway Station which run into Yennora (which is 80% industrial). Some buildings in the main streets are in art deco style, as they were constructed in the 1930s. Guildford Rd is ornamented by crepe myrtles.
There are several serviceable parks in Guildford.
Bounded by Guildford Rd, Tamplin Rd, Fowler Rd and Dennistoun Rd. This park complex consists of the local Swimming Centre and sporting fields. Named after George McCredie and was part of his land grant. He was a prominent local business man, Member of Parliament and Mayor of Municipality of Prospect and Sherwood 1892-1895 (now City of Holroyd).
The Swim Centre consists of an indoor all year round heated pool, outdoor pools, a skateboard track and ample parking. The Sporting fields are run by the Guildford Leagues Club.
Bounded by Railway Terrace, Bursill St and Marian St and Guildford Overbridge. This complex houses the local Bowling Club and Sports grounds and has a hall to rent. Local football, cricket and soccer teams use the main oval.
Campbell Hill Pioneer Reserve
Only main entry off Campbell Hill Rd. Local Pedestrian access is at end of Dudley Rd. Has an area of 19ha with BBQ with shelters, toilets, a mini wetland, half basketball court, and sculptures. The park has some bush areas.
Named after John Thomas Campbell (1770 – 1830) this park is a part of his original Land Grant of 1823 of 1000ac. He was Secretary to Governor Macquarie from 1810–1820, Provost Marshal from 1812-1822. He was a Founder of the Bank of New South Wales (1816-1817) was first President of the Board of Directors.
Woodville Public Golf Course
Only entry off Rawson Rd. Bounded by Woodville Rd, Water Supply Pipeline and Barbers Rd. This 18 hole golf course was also part of John Thomas Campbells Land Grant of 1000ac.
Getting there by Taxi:
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To Airport: $TBA
To Sydney CBD: $TBA
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