Living In Liverpool

Situated 32 kilometres from Sydney CBD is the suburb of Liverpool, established in 1810 and named by Governor Macquarie in honour of the Earl of Liverpool, who at that time was the Secretary of State over the colonies. It has a sprawling population of over 21,000 inhabitants made up of many nationalities besides Australians making it a diverse mix of languages, cultures and religions. A large proportion of the area has been made into Housing Commission Estates enabling low income families to afford rental housing. Liverpool started out as an agricultural area before the growing population changed its status in the 1950’s.
Besides private and public housing, investment rentals are available through property management Liverpool agencies. If you are seeking a suitable rental to move into they would be the best people to talk to as they have multiple listings of houses for sale or rent. Macquarie Street is a main shopping area with cafes and a mall included and as well as these shops there is the large Westfield shopping centre and the Liverpool Plaza. No shortage of choices for the shopper here. Besides residential and commercial areas Liverpool also has an industrial area which has factories producing telephones, cables, pharmaceutical items and a cold storage plant.
There is also no shortage of educational facilities in Liverpool as there are three primary schools and two high schools, both public as well as a school for special needs children. For children who are hospitalised for lengthy periods of time there is the Liverpool Hospital School. For those who prefer private education there are also four available choices, and for further education there is a choice of a TAFE college or a community college. For churchgoers there are Anglican, Catholic and Greek Orthodox churches in the area. Liverpool also can boast of having older buildings that have been heritage listed and are maintained. Preservation of these historic buildings is an ideal form of property management in Sydney.
Besides botanical parks Liverpool is home to a number of outdoor sports playing fields as well as the Whitlam Leisure Centre with a swimming pool and an indoor sports stadium which can seat up to three thousand spectators. There are also other sports facilities within the suburb where netball, soccer and touch football are played, giving the athletic types a wide choice. The Liverpool library is quite large and offers more than just book lending. It offers free internet for all with photocopying and faxing facilities available for a reasonable fee, areas to research family history, internet access, PS2 games and a jukebox for young people, and English language classes. There is even a coffee shop in the foyer. All up, Liverpool is a winner.