Spring Farm, located 60 km south-west of the Sydney CBD, is under the governance of the Camden Council and is part of the Macarthur region. It is in the process of redevelopment, but previously the area was primarily farmland with a winery.
It remained mainly rural until the 1990s and rapidly grew between 2006 and 2011 with the construction of a large number of houses. Today, Spring Farm is a developing residential area.
The suburb is green and leafy owing to the number of parks and reserves it calls home, including Spring Reserve and Gundungurra Reserve. It is calm and peaceful, making it ideal for young couples and families, and those wanting a place away from the busy city life.
Spring Farm Shopping Centre on Richardson Road offers all the essential shops and restaurants, fresh produce, baked goods, as well as sufficient car parking. Opened in 2016, the shopping centre is anchored by a Woolworths. In addition, Narellan Town Centre, which has more shops and a cinema, is just two minutes away.
Although there is only one school within Spring Farm, Spring Farm Public School, residents have easy access to schools in the surrounding suburbs.
Located off the Camden Bypass, Spring Farm is serviced by buses operated by Busabout Sydney. The closest train station is in Macarthur, and the suburb is also close to the M5.
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*Data based on the 2016 Census.