Edmondson Park is brand new town with a village feel, its own train station, 150 hectares of parklands and a wide range of living options for every stage of life. Edmondson Park will be the first new town in South West Sydney to have its own train station. You can leave your car in the garage and catch the train to work, your kids have easy access to schools and entertainment and the city is just 50 minutes away.
If you want to stay closer to home, you can relax in Edmondson Park’s town centre. Your café will be a place to meet your neighbours and your kids will make lifelong friends in the parks dotted around your home.
The site, located adjacent to the new Edmondson Park train station and on the edge of the M5 and M7 Motorways, is the first new town centre on the South West Rail Line.
There a number of eating and dining options available in the local Shopping Centres located in Casula, Prestons and Freemans Ridge. With a variety restaurant and take away options available to suit all preferences.
The new town centre at Edmondson Park NSW is now seeking expressions of interest from developers interested in purchasing and developing a landmark mixed-use town centre site at Edmondson Park, in Sydney’s south west.
There a number of shopping centres in neighbouring suburbs such as Horningsea Park, Carnes hill, Casula and Glenfield. A short 5 minute drive from Edmondson Park is the Crossroads Homemaker Centre which features leading retailers such as Costco, Bunnings and The Good Guys.
The major shopping centres in the area is Westfield Liverpool (9km) and Macarthur Square (20km) located in Campbelltown. These centres showcases hundreds of stores with a wide range of homeware, fashion, produce and retail providers.