Marsden Park, New South Wales

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Marsden Park
SydneyNew South Wales
Coordinates 33°41′21″S 150°48′10″E / 33.68908°S 150.80285°E / -33.68908; 150.80285Coordinates: 33°41′21″S 150°48′10″E / 33.68908°S 150.80285°E / -33.68908; 150.80285
Population 1,050 (2011 census)[1]
Postcode(s) 2765
Location 49 km (30 mi) NW of Sydney CBD
LGA(s) City of Blacktown
State electorate(s)
Federal Division(s) Chifley
Suburbs around Marsden Park:
Berkshire Park Windsor Downs Riverstone
Shanes Park Marsden Park Schofields
Willmot Shalvey Colebee

Marsden Park (postcode: 2765) is a suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Marsden Park is located 49 kilometres (30 mi) north-west of the Sydney central business district, in the Blacktown local government area and is part of the Greater Western Sydney region.

As at the 2011 census, Marsden Park had an estimated population of 1,050.[1]


The suburbs takes its name from Samuel Marsden (1764-1838), a Church of England priest and landowner in the area.[2] There is a high degree of Maltese settlement.


Marsden Park has one public primary school, Marsden Park Public School, established in 1889. Australian Christian College has one of their campuses located in Marsden Park.

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The suburb includes a caravan park, a golf driving range, a Hamrun Maltese Club and a chook farm called (city chicks). There are plans underway[timeframe?] to redevelop the area of Marsden Park. Sydney Business Park is a new commercial precinct being constructed in the suburb adjacent to the Westlink M7 Motorway.[3] The site is to include an already open Marist Youth Care (with cafe)[4] and 24 hour McDonalds, plus an Ikea store, a costco warehouse, a Masters Home Improvement and Bunnings Warehouse, a Home Hub centre (like in nearby Castle Hill, NSW), a Toll Group logistics centre and a Swire Cold Storage, a Woolies and Aldi supermarket, a Lindt Factory Outlet, a Dulux paint store, a Shell petrolstation with a Coles Express and a rival 7/11 convenience store.[5] It has also been suggested that the North West Rail Link be connected to the area in the future and a new freeway[timeframe?].


  1. ^ a b Australian Bureau of Statistics (31 October 2012). "Marsden Park". 2011 Census QuickStats. Retrieved 27 December 2013. 
  2. ^ Pollen, Frances (compiled) (1990). The Book of Sydney Suburbs. Sydney: Angus & Robertson. p. 238. ISBN 0-207-14495-8. 
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