Leumeah, located 52 km south-west of Sydney CBD, is part of the local government area of the city of Campbelltown and is in the Macarthur region.
Leumeah was established in 1887 following the construction of a railway station. In 1926, a large parcel of land was designated for subdivision. Growth slowed down due to the Great Depression, but subdivision continued after World War II through to the 1950s and 1960s. And in 1969, the area became officially known as Leumeah.
The suburb is ideal for families as it is very quiet and peaceful and offers an affordable standard of living. It has easy access to public transport, schools, shops, restaurants and other amenities. Shops are found near the Leumeah train station as well as in Parkhill Crescent.
One of the major point of interest here is Campbelltown Stadium (formerly named Orana Park), one of the homes of the Wests Tigers NRL team.
There are two public schools in the suburb: Leumeah High School and Leumeah Public School.
The Leumeah railway station connects the suburb to the Airport, Inner West and South Line, and Cumberland Line on the Sydney Trains network.
*Data based on the 2016 Census.