Where is yagoona sydney?


Yagoona is a nice and quiet suburb less than 20km from the CBD with regular train services and easy access to the Hume Highway. You can get around most of Sydney while avoiding tolls etc. It is a great location if you are working in and around the Bankstown, Paramatta or Liverpool CBDs.

You asked, what does yagoona mean in Aboriginal? Suburb. South-western residential suburb named for an Aboriginal word meaning ‘now’ or ‘today’.

Quick Answer, how safe is Chester Hill? The rate of crime in Chester Hill is 19.06 per 1,000 residents during a standard year. People who live in Chester Hill generally consider the southwest part of the city to be the safest.

Considering this, how many people live in yagoona? In the 2016 Census, there were 18,013 people in Yagoona (State Suburbs). Of these 50.0% were male and 50.0% were female. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people made up 0.8% of the population. The median age of people in Yagoona (State Suburbs) was 34 years.

As many you asked, what Aboriginal land is Bankstown on? It is believed that the Darug and Eora people were the original inhabitants of the Bankstown and Canterbury area, for many thousands of years before European settlement. The Darug is the largest Aboriginal language group in the LGA.

What council is Bankstown?

The City of Canterbury Bankstown is located in Sydney’s south-western suburbs, between 8 and 23 kilometres south-west of the Sydney CBD.

What council is Sefton in?

Sefton Council is the governing body for the Metropolitan Borough of Sefton in the historic county of Lancashire and the ceremonial county of Merseyside, north-western England.

Where in yagoona was the first McDonald’s?

#FlashbackFriday The first McDonald’s store in Australia opened on the Hume Highway at Yagoona in 1971. Back then, a cheeseburger was 25c.

What council is Sefton in NSW?

Find more than you imagine in Canterbury-Bankstown.

Is Chester Hill a good suburb?

Excellent selective high school, family oriented, clean air and room to grow a family. Around 30 minutes to Central by peak hour train, Chester Hill is a fantastic suburb to buy an old place on a big lot. Remodel, put in your own pool, make it your own. Chester Hill is a place where families live and let live.

Is Castle Hill western Sydney?

Western Sydney includes, or partially includes, the NSW Electoral Districts of Penrith, Londonderry, Mulgoa, Camden, Macquarie Fields, Campbelltown, Liverpool, Cabramatta, Fairfield, Prospect, Bankstown, Granville, Parramatta, Seven Hills, Baulkham Hills, Castle Hill, Riverstone, Mount Druitt, Blacktown, Holsworthy, …

Is Bass Hill safe?

Overall it is a safe area although there are a few rougher looking streets that you wouldn’t want to walk down late at night but these are by far the minority maybe 10-15% of the suburb the rest is very safe.

What council is Bass Hill in?

The City of Canterbury Bankstown is located in Sydney’s south-western suburbs, between 8 and 23 kilometres south-west of the Sydney CBD.

Why did McDonalds Yagoona close?

The Yagoona store closed in 1994, the drive-through was removed and the building became a GIO office. It wasn’t the only Macca’s store that had a limited lifespan. The store in Fairlight, Sydney, opened in 1972 but closed in 1995 when the Manly council refused permission to add a late-night drive-through.

Why is McDonald’s called Maccas?

McDonald’s research found that 55 per cent of Australians called the company Macca’s and they have submitted the word to the Macquarie Dictionary for consideration. It’s an Australian habit to abbreviate names. So Barry becomes Bazza, Warren becomes Waz and anyone whose surname begins with Mc is likely to become Macca.

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