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Horningsea

Population quick facts

  • Total population: 3,729
  • Number of families: 956
  • Top age groups and lifestyles: Established couples, maturing couples and families, and older couples and families

Property statistics

  • Median rent: $530 per week
  • Median property price: $802,500
  • Top dwelling structures: Separate house
  • Average bedrooms per property: 3.8

Places of interest and local attractions

  • Trash and Treasure Markets Grand Bazaar
  • John Edmondson High School

Horningsea Park, located 39 km south-west of the Sydney CBD, is part of the local government of the city of Liverpool and is in the Greater Western Sydney region. It is bordered in the north by Packard Place, Sarah Hollands Drive, Carnes Hill, Andrews Circuit and McCredie Drive, in the east by Cabramatta Creek, in the south by Camden Valley Way and Bringelly Road, and in the west by Stuart Road and Cowpasture Road.

The area got its name from a historically notable estate, Horningsea Park House, which was built Joshua John Moore, a British grazier.

It was first settled in the 1800s, with land primarily used as farms. Residential development started in late 1990s, making Horningsea Park a recently established residential suburb. There was rapid growth between 1996 and 2001 when a large number of houses were constructed.

Almost all occupied private dwellings in the suburb are separate houses and the rest are semi-detached, row or terrace houses, or townhouses, among others.

Horningsea Park is a great place to live for families and elderly people as it is quiet and neighbours are friendly. It has many parks and is close to shops, supermarkets, doctors, schools, childcare centres, and more.

The suburb is home to two schools: The Holy Spirit School, located behind Carnes Hill Marketplace, and John Edmondson High School on Horningsea Park Drive.

Locals can shop at Carnes Hill Marketplace, a two-minute drive via Strzlecki Dr and Sarah Hollands Dr. It has a Woolworths and a Dan Murphy’s. A major attraction in Horningsea Park is the Grand Bazaar, which locals call Trash and Treasure Markets. It is a Sunday Markets where all kinds of bargains can be found.

The two primary roads leading in and out of the suburb are Cowpasture Road and Camden Valley, the latter linking the area to Liverpool and Camden. It is the last station for four Busabout bus services to Liverpool, two via Cowpasture Road and Hoxton Park, and two via Camden Valley Way. The nearest railway stations are in the nearby suburbs of Edmondson Park and Leppington.

If  you are looking for properties in the area, you can search for houses for sale in Horningsea Park, to view an extensive list of available properties in the suburb.