Doing Business in Fairfield

Retail Centres

Fairfield City Centre

Fairfield is recognised as a sub-regional centre and includes a large variety of retail and commercial activities. It contains major shopping complexes and main street retail, which combined provide more than 160 specialty shops.

Included in this are major grocery stores, major name supermarkets and department stores. Fairfield is a gem in Sydney’s west offering a range of international shopping opportunities, a robust service industry and a healthy cultural life.

Fairfield’s heritage train station, the oldest in Western Sydney, is wheelchair accessible and serves as the town’s front door. Taxis and buses also service Fairfield and parking is readily available, making it an easily accessible and well-serviced city centre.

Fairfield City Centre also provides a significant support service industry including a strong presence of medical, financial and legal organisations.

The City Centre is experiencing significant development. Council has approved multi-storey developments comprising of several hundred units and more developments are under consideration.

Cabramatta Town Centre

Cabramatta is less than an hour from Central Sydney and is Australia’s most multicultural suburb.

Being the most densely populated suburb in Fairfield City, businesses have reaped the rewards of the hustle and bustle of people in the Town Centre every day of the year. The area boasts many restaurants and serves as a marketplace for authentic Asian restaurants right across Sydney.

Cabramatta boasts more than 60 eateries, offering authentic cuisines from Vietnam, Thailand, Laos and Cambodia. The earlier European influence on Cabramatta lives on in delicatessens, which offer a great diversity of European small goods and delicacies.

Competitive shopping has always been a major attraction of Cabramatta. It is renowned for its excellent fabric shops, tailors, footwear, watches and jewellery, electronics and homewares. 

Cabramatta is a popular tourist destination and enjoys many community and cultural celebrations throughout the year. Every Sunday the Cabramatta CBD receives more than 15,000 visitors.

Bonnyrigg Town Centre

Bonnyrigg is a place of contrast and culture.

Easy to reach by road and bus, the well-serviced Bonnyrigg Town Centre is surrounded by temples and parkland. Bonnyrigg has a successful retail mix that includes Bonnyrigg Plaza, along with a range of commercial operations on Bonnyrigg Avenue and Smithfield Road.

Immediately opposite Bonnyrigg Plaza is the Transitway, providing excellent and fast bus transport from Parramatta to Liverpool. The Plaza itself boasts easy parking, travel agents, a delicatessen and Post Office, as well as larger big name stores. The area is also well serviced by community facilities.

With such a diversity of uses, Bonnyrigg is an inviting Town Centre for business, providing ample facilities for employees as well as excellent public transport. Bonnyrigg Town Centre is undergoing some exciting changes and expansion. New spaces will be available in the near future for commercial and retail use. Bonnyrigg’s mix of convenience and culture makes it an attractive investment option.

Bonnyrigg has extremely successful commercial and religious cultural resources including some of Sydney’s most significant clubs and religious venues.

Other Retail Centres

There are a number of other smaller and attractive retail centres in Fairfield City including:

  • Canley Vale,
  • Canley Heights,
  • Fairfield Heights, and
  • Smithfield. 

Fairfield City’s Town Centres are dynamic and unique and are attractive options when considering investment. They offer opportunities and choices.