Bradbury, located 54 km south-west of the Sydney CBD, is part of the local government area of the city of Campbelltown and is in the Macarthur region.
Residential development started in the 1960s and today Bradbury is considered one of the more established suburbs of Campbelltown with large houses and backyards. It is a leafy suburb with most streets lined with native trees.
This suburb is ideal for families with kids, retirees, professionals and singles as it offers good public transport, schools, parks and reserves, sports and recreational facilities, dining and shopping. Country lovers will enjoy Bradbury's lush greenery and abundance of bird life.
Bradbury is within easy access to Macarthur Square, Campbelltown Mall, Campbelltown Arts Centre, cinemas, Aquafit and Bradbury Pools as well as medical centres and hospital. Bradbury Pools is a swimming complex that features an outdoor Olympic-sized pool, a wading pool for kids, and a regular heated swimming pool.
In terms of schools, there are Bradbury Public School and Sherwood Hills Christian School as well as more options in surrounding suburbs.
You can do your food shop at Bradbury Shopping Village and The Bradbury at The Parkway is a bistro/pub offering an outdoor playground for the kids.
Although there is no train station within the suburb, Campbelltown and Macarthur stations are just a quick drive away. Busabout bus numbers 885 and 886 service the whole suburb.
With all these amenities at your fingertips and in close proximity to Campbelltown CBD, Bradbury is a great choice for families and those who commute to Syndey by train.
*Data based from the 2016 Census.