Property Management in Modern Leumeah

Leumeah is a suburb of Sydney and lies 50km south west of the city CBD. According to the 2006 census, Leumeah had a population of 8,661 residents, which would most likely have swelled to approximately 9,000 or more today, six years later. The establishment of Leumeah began in 1887 when a railway station was built. Originally named Holly Lea Station, the name was changed when it met stiff resistance from the locals and the changed name of Leumeah Station still stands today. This area was originally inhabited by the indigenous Tharawal people, and a settler named John Warby who was given a land grant there became friends with them.
Many of the real estate in Sydney given out as land grants were as large as 260 acres, and it was a grant this size that John Warby received. It was while carrying out his duties of protecting free ranging cattle that Warby met the indigenous people and subsequently learned some of their language and culture. The name of his estate came from an Aboriginal phrase, meaning in our language, ‘I rest here’. Leumeah’s suburban streets are named after a variety of themes, such as notable lakes and dams of New South Wales, early explorers and farmers who pioneered the area.
Early property management in Leumeah was directed at farming, cattle and dairy ventures. However as time went by, grants were bought up and development of the area began to take shape as a new Sydney suburb in the early 1900’s. In the latter part of the 1900’s there was still only a sparse population present with thick bush still in the eastern part of the area. During the process of development many names were given and changed for various reasons, one being public opposition, and another because of confusion due to the same name already existing.
Today modern Leumeah has local shops as well as a shopping centre, rail station, a public high school as well as a public primary school. There is also an Australia Post agency and the Campbelltown Stadium which also went through a name change having been previously known as Orana Park, indigenous for ‘welcome’. This suburb is also serviced by the Busaways company for those needing public transport for commuting to work or school. If you like to eat out then you will love the Steakhouse, the Bar and Grill, the Pizzeria and the Western Suburbs League Club where you will enjoy a great meal and great prices. There are plenty of choices for takeaway food in and around this suburb for all fast food lovers.
If you’re interested in renting or buying real estate around Liverpool then Leumeah really should be on your list of suburbs to see.