Dreaming of a multicultural oasis of food, fashion, family fun and festivities? Look no further than Fairfield City, located in the heart of South West Sydney.
The City is one of the most culturally diverse council areas in Australia, with more than half of the 200,000 residents born overseas. More than 71% of Fairfield City residents speak a language other than English at home.
Our diversity goes beyond the multicultural makeup and extends to historic buildings, picturesque parks and bushland, incredible flora and fauna, the cultural encalves of our City centres complete with tantalising cuisines and plenty of recreational pursuits for people of all ages.
Approximately 32km from the Sydney CBD and less than 10km from Parramatta, Fairfield City is well serviced by public transport, with six train stations and the Liverpool-Parramatta T-Way rapid bus service providing easy access to the various town centres.
Major roads running through Fairfield City include the M7, Hume Highway and Cumberland Highway.
Visit Transport for NSW's website to plan your trip if traveling by public transport.
Fairfield City Council: 02 9725 0222
Fairfield City Leisure Centres: 02 9757 2433
Fairfield City Museum & Gallery: 02 9725 0190
Fairfield City Open Libraries: 02 9725 0333
Fairfield Showground: 02 9725 2333
South West Sydney Tourism Taskforce website - Regional visitor information for South West Sydney