Located 44 km south-west of the Sydney CBD, Ingleburn is in the local government area of the city of Campbelltown and is part of the Macarthur region.
In 1885, the village of Ingleburn was founded when an estate owned by a developer was subdivided. Development followed, until the area was big enough to have its own municipal council in 1896. This council was integrated into the City of Campbelltown Council in 1948. The west part of the suburb was rezoned for industrial purposes in 1969 and this is still in effect today. In the 1970s, more housing subdivisions were constructed on the peripheries of the suburb.
There are two shopping centres located in the suburb’s central business district: Ingleburn Village and Ingleburn Town Centre. Shoppers can also find more options along Lagonda Drive.
The suburb has several good schools: Ingleburn North Public School, Ingleburn Public School, Ingleburn High School, Sackville Street Public School and Holy Family Primary School. With a lot more schools in nearby suburbs, Ingleburn is the perfect neighbourhood for families with school-aged children.
Ingleburn is also not lacking in parks and other recreational facilities. Milton Park is commonly used for football and softball games and also the site for the evening fireworks for the annual Ingleburn Alive festival. There is also Wood Park located behind Ingleburn High School and Memorial Oval located on the western part of the railway line next to the Ingleburn Bowling Club.
The Ingleburn railway station, a heritage-listed site, connects the suburb to the Airport, Inner West & South Line, and Cumberland Line on the Sydney Trains network. In addition, Interline buses provide services to and from Ingleburn. The suburb has easy access to the M5 and M7.
Ingleburn is a great place to live with affordable housing, peace and safety, friendly neighbours and good schools. The basics can be found within the suburb and anything else you may need can be found in nearby larger suburbs.
*Data based on the 2016 Census.