Sutton Forest, New South Wales
New South Wales
|Population||477 (2016 census)|
Sutton Forest is located in an agrarian setting and is surrounded by farms, vineyards and is home to manor homes and estates. It is in one of the oldest areas settled by Europeans in Australia after Sydney and is somewhat reminiscent of an English village due to the temperate Southern Highlands climate and high rainfall.
Sutton Forest comprises a two churches, an inn, and two specialty shops.
In 2004, a proposal to locate Sydney's second airport in Sutton Forest met with fierce opposition from locals.
In 1819 it was named by Governor Lachlan Macquarie after Charles Manners-Sutton, 1st Viscount Canterbury, a speaker of the House of Commons. The surrounding area is part of the lands administrative unit of the Sutton Forest Parish.
At the 2016 census, Sutton Forest had a population of 477. 81.2% of people were born in Australia and 88.4% of people only spoke English at home.The most common responses for religion were Anglican 33.5%, Catholic 23.5% and No Religion 22.0%. 
- All Saints Anglican Church and Churchyard
- St Patrick's Roman Catholic Church and Churchyard
- Sutton Forest Inn and Bistro
- Peppers Manor House, Sutton Forest
- Australian Bureau of Statistics (27 June 2017). "Sutton Forest". 2016 Census QuickStats. Retrieved 11 July 2017.
- Exploring the ACT and Southeast New South Wales, J. Kay McDonald, Kangaroo Press, Sydney, 1985 ISBN 0-86417-049-1
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