Bringelly is a suburb locating in the Greater Western Sydney Region of New South Wales, Australia. The town is governed by the City of Liverpool and Camden Council, two local government areas under the Electoral district of Camden. The localities around Badgerys Creek are: Luddenham, Badgerys Creek, Kemps Creek, Greendale, Rossmore and Oran Park. The postcode of is 2556. It’s 15 km away from Campbelltown and 43 km away from Sydney.
Bringelly was a name given to a district of Sydney in the early 19th century and later a parish of the County of Cumberland. The Parish of Bringelly also included the neighbouring suburbs of Greendale, Wallacia and Badgerys Creek. Robert Lowe was granted 1,000 acres (4.0 km2) in the parish of Bringelly in 1812 and is believed to be the first British settler in the area. By 1818, most of the land had been granted and was being cleared for farms. The principal surgeon of New South Wales, D’Arcy Wentworth, received a grant in the area.
Bringelly has reasonably easy road access to Penrith and Camden via The Northern Road and to Liverpool via Bringelly Road. The only public transport in the area is the Route 853/855/856 bus service connecting Bringelly to Liverpool via Rossmore, Austral, Hoxton Park and Cartwright.
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