Lidcombe is one of the
oldest suburbs in Sydney. It is approximately 20km west
of the Sydney CBD. Traditionally, Lidcombe is a working-class
suburb and is part of Sydney, which in itself is a dynamic
city with a wide variety of manmade and natural attractions.
has good transporation links, mainly because it is the
junction of three main railway lines - one to the Richmond/Emu
Plains line, the Bankstown line and the Liverpool line.
Lidcombe is next to Rookwood Cemetery, being called
Rookwood in the early days but soon after the locals
wanted to change the town's name. After much discussions
and disagreement, they finally decided to combine the
previous mayor and current mayor's last names: Larcombe
and Lidbury. Thus Lidcombe was born.
has established itself as a home to Major Industries.
There are more than 300 restaurants
and cafes offering exceptional cuisine from around the
world plus a variety of Nightclubs, clubs and hotels
in and around Lidcombe.
Nearby World-class sporting and recreational facilities
draw National and International Teams all year round
to play and compete.
An extensive range of accommodation
is also available to suit all budgets.
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