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The Centre is conveniently located in the heart of the Sutherland Shire and within 50 metres of Miranda Railway Station and Westfield Shopping Town. Sydney's International and Domestic Airpo...
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Bankstown is a suburb located 20 kilometres (12 miles) south west of central Sydney, in the Australian state of New South Wales. Bankstown is part of the local government area of the City of Bankstown and serves as its administrative centre. This suburb is home to the Bankstown Airport - a general aviation airport and Business Park.
Bankstown’s economy is centred on major industry including the aviation, engineering, and maintenance for Bankstown Airport (Sydney Metropolitan Airport). Other employers in the area include small industrial operations, public service, and the retail industry. Centro Bankstown is a large shopping centre that features Big W and Woolworth’s supermarket and various specialty shops. There is a large business park near the airport. There are many options for serviced offices in the suburb of Bankstown.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Major parks in the area include McLeod Reserve, Bankstown Oval, Paul Keating Park, and the Bankstown City Gardens. These gardens offer many examples of local flora, and area of native, tropical, rose gardens, and Perennial plants. Nearby you can see rock carvings at the Royal National Park. Get to the area via train and ferry that will take you to Cronulla and Bundeena. Other extensive carvings can be seen at Kuringai National Park, near West Head. These carvings are only accessible if you have a car. Dining options in Bankstown include Al Martino’s Panania (Italian), AN Restaurant (Vietnamese), Bankstown Polish Club, Beirut Via Brazil (Brazilian), and Black rock on the Terrace (International) offering specialties that include Tempura Prawns and Lobster dishes.
The closest major airport to Bankstown is Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport. This airport is just 16 km (10 miles) from the suburb. Sydney’s public transportation system consists of commuter rail, bus, ferry and light rail, and a tourist oriented monorail. Bankstown Railway Station is on the Bankstown line of the CityRail network. Bankstown is also a major bus interchange offering a number of bus services.