Smithfield-Wetherill Park Discussion Group
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The Smithfield-Wetherill Park Industrial Estate is the largest industrial estate in the southern hemisphere and the hub of manufacturing and distribution in Greater Western Sydney. It is at the geographic centre of Sydney’s major industrial zones and sits strategically between the major population and urban growth zones in the north west and south west of Sydney.
More than 1,000 manufacturing, wholesale, transport and service firms employ more than 20,000 people.
These factors make Smithfield-Wetherill Park a strategic location for industrial services and the manufacture and distribution of a wide range of industrial equipment, food, building and consumer products.
Colonial to Monsoon – Special Food Tour
Indulge yourself on this special tour that takes you from the Fairfield City Museum for damper and Billy tea, across to the Lao Temple and Mosque to taste traditional Lao and Turkish morsels for morning tea. Finally, step back in time with a guided tour of State-listed historic Horsley Homestead (1831) to enjoy a colonial roast buffet lunch with local wine tasting in the tranquil gardens.
The design of the gracious and elegrant Horsley Homestead shows strong influence of Indian Colonial architecture which, as well as being very aesthetically pleasing, is equally practical in the Australian climate. The house incorporates many characteristic Indian features, such as cooling by punkah pendants.
The house has 17 rooms, with extensive cellars underneath and a number of outbuildings. The bricks were made by convicts on the estate and many of the fittings were imported from India. The owner will share the stories about the Homestead with visitors. Why not join us?
Strictly limited vacancies, book now.
When: Sunday 25 October 2015 - 9.30am-2.30 pm
Where: Fairfield City Museum and Gallery, cnr The Horsley Drive & Oxford Street, Smithfield
Cost: $35 per person
For bookings and enquiries please call Fairfield City Museum and Gallery on (02) 9609 3993 or via email: email@example.com
New gateway features have been constructed at the key entrance points to the Smithfield Wetherill Park Industrial Estate to highlight entrance to the area.
Signage and landscaping works were carried out at the corner of Cowpasture Road and The Horsley Drive, and at Rosford Reserve on the corner of Gipps and Hassall streets.
A new gateway features and flagpoles have been installed at Horsley Park, corner of The Horsley Drive and Wallgrove Road.
Fairfield City Council is also planning to install new banners at key locations throughout the Estate to highlight its importance as the manufacturing and employment hub of Western Sydney.
These banners will be erected in mid 2008 once the designs and locations are finalised.
Vist Smithfield-Wetherill Park Business Hub
Visit Smithfield-Wetherill Park Business Hub website www.swpbusinesshib.com for investment opportunities, grant and training information.
Contact the Place Manager
For more information contact Council’s Place Manager, Parks Area at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 9725 0857.