Liverpool is one of Australia’s oldest settlements in Australia, founded on 7th November 1810 as an agriculture centre by Governor Lachlan Macquarie. He named it after Robert Bank Jenkinson, Earl of Liverpool who was then the Secretary of state for the Colonies and British city of Liverpool, upon which some of the area's architecture is based.
According to the 2016 Census conducted by the Australia Bureau of statistics, Liverpool had a population of 27,084.These came from a variety of ethnic backgrounds, less than one third of residents were born in Australia. The next most common countries of birth were Iraq, then followed by India, Fiji, Vietnam and Croatia.
Liverpool is a Suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales. It is located in the Greater Western Sydney 32 Kilometres South West of the Sydney Central buisness district. Liverpool is the local Government area of Liverpool and is situated in the Cumberland Plain.
Investing in Liverpool Real Estate
Liverpool is currently the major city centre in South Western Sydney. Liverpool is well served by roads such as the Hume Highway, M5 Motorway, Westlink M7 Motorway and Liverpool Train Station has services to Sydney CBD, Leppington and Parramatta.
Properties in Liverpool are relatively affordable and offer an increasingly attractive lifestye after significant invesment in local infrastructure projects and amenities.
Liverpool's local economy will get a boost from the new airport at Badgerys's Creek.
Recently conducted studies have crowned Liverpool as the best city to invest in NSW, facorting affordability, development and future potential. Factors contributing to Liverpools' record growth area:
- High rental yields with Liverpool unit median at 4.4%
- Badgerys' Creek brand new international airport
- Construction of multiple world class universities
- Affordable living offering great value to investors and first home buyers
- Development of a $47 Million Marina on Georges' River in Moorebank
- Currently under construction and some recently built are world class high rise towers soaring 80 metres into Liverpool skyline