Rosemeadow, located 56 km south-west of Sydney CBD, is part of the local government area of the city of Campbelltown and is in the Macarthur region.
Sydney’s urban sprawl reached the area in the mid-1970s, prompting its transformation from farmland into a residential suburb and officially assuming its name “Rosemeadow” in 1976.
Rosemeadow is a quiet, leafy, mostly working class suburb offering a great neighbourhood vibe that appeals to both young and established families. It has easy access to shops, cafes, restaurants, public transport, schools, parks and reserves and medical facilities. It's just a quick drive to Dharawal National Park and bushland surrounding the suburb and you can easily get to the Wollongong beaches via Appin Road.
Another feature that draws families to Rosemeadow is access to schools. Public schools include Rosemeadow Public School, Ambarvale High School and Mary Brooksbank School. Private schools include John Therry Catholic High School and Our Lady Help of Christians Parish School.
The suburb is home to a medium-sized shopping centre, Rosemeadow Marketplace, located on the corner of Copperfield Drive and Fitzgibbon Lane and houses Woolworths, The Reject Shop, post office, medical centre and pharmacy. Macarthur Square is also nearby for more shopping options.
Rosemeadow is easily accessible via the Appin Road. Buses connect the suburb to Macarthur and Campbelltown railway stations and also provide irregular services to Appin and Wollongong.
*Data based on the 2016 Census.