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Rhodes Peninsula
Rhodes Peninsula

Rhodes and Liberty Grove which make up the Rhodes Peninsula are two suburbs of inner western Sydney, situated 16 kilometres west of the Sydney CBD. Situated on the southern edge of the Parramatta River, Rhodes and Liberty Grove are located on a Peninsula between Homebush Bay (to the west) and Brays Bay (to the east).

Concord Road, passing through the area, is a key north-south road connection and river crossing linking to the Ryde Local Government Area in the north and via Homebush Bay Drive to Strathfield, Bankstown and Auburn local government areas to the south.

It is important to note that whilst the focus on actions within the Place Plan is on the Peninsula and Liberty Grove, that Rhodes is well connected to Sydney Olympic Park, providing access to major metropolitan sporting, recreation and entertainment venues. It is also located near significant regional open space including Bicentennial Park and Millennium Parklands and one of Sydney’s important natural environments – the Badu Mangrove area.  

Page last updated on: 03/06/14
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