Woodpark, NSW 2164

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Reviews of Woodpark, NSW

4th August 2021

"Secret suburb of Western Sydney"

I call this the secret suburb of Western Sydney. I suspect the locals are purposefully maintaining it that way.
Even people who live stone throw away from this place do not know about this. And that is the main attraction of this suburb.
I was looking for a house to buy and move into that is affordable, not too far from shopping, restaurants, recreation and city.
In terms of affordability, I had to go as far as Schoffields, Box Hill, Rooty Hill and all.
I am not keen about this as they way to far from everything. Once it is evening, there is literally nothing to do. Going to city to work is just pain and had to compete early in the morning to get parking.
I just kept researching a lot.
I came across Woodpark, Greystanes and Pemulwuy. They are still affordable, basically because not many people know about them.

I finally ended up buying a nice spacious and beautiful house under a million.
The suburb has a nice cultural mix of various communities. Australians, Asians, Italians, Indians, and Lebanese
It has a nice and small shopping centre with cafes, bakery, convenience store and adjoining park.
Woodpark is connected by T80 to Liverpool, Parramatta, Wentworthville and other suburbs the T-Way bus touches. The bus is not impacted by the rushhour traffic since it is TWay. So, commuting to the city is pretty fast through the T80 and catching fast trains connecting city to Parramatta. When returning home, you can just spend some time restaurant hopping in Parramatta or shopping in the Westfield. The frequency is also pretty good. A T80 bus appears every 5 minutes.
The suburb is a short distance from Cumberland Highway and M4.
There are a number of private and public schools surrounding the suburb.
Wentworthville Shopping Centre and Greystanes Shopping Centre are a short drive away.
Before moving I was little scared about the crime considering proximity to Merrylands and Parramatta. However, there is literally zero crime with friendly neighbours.
There are a number of parks with kids play equipment.

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"Small suburb not many people know about"

Woodpark is a small suburb surrounded by Smithfield to the south, Greystanes to the Wet, Guildford west to the East and
Merrylands West to the North. One problem of living in Woodpark is
constantly having people asking where’s that otherwise it’s a great place to live. With great public transport through the T80 bus route which are quick and regular services with access to both Parramatta and Liverpool CBDs. The T80 bus can have you in Parramatta in approximately 15-20 minutes. Woodpark has a small row of shops which include cafes, a takeaway shop, an op shop, a cake shop and a convenience store. However within a short drive there is Greystanes shopping centre with all amenities as well as Stockland Merrylands also a short drive away. Woodpark is also reasonably affordable with houses ranging from $700,000-$850,000 making it popular for first home buyers and families. Rent in Woodpark sits around $500-$550p/w for your average three bedroom home.

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  • Families with kids
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