City of Penrith - Suburbs and Localities in The Local Government Area

Suburbs and Localities in The Local Government Area

The following suburbs and localities are located within the City of Penrith:

  • Agnes Banks (shared with the City of Hawkesbury)
  • Badgerys Creek (shared with the City of Liverpool)
  • Berkshire Park
  • Cambridge Gardens
  • Cambridge Park
  • Castlereagh
  • Claremont Meadows
  • Colyton
  • Cranebrook
  • Emu Heights
  • Emu Plains
  • Erskine Park
  • Glenmore Park
  • Jordan Springs (currently under construction)
  • Jamisontown
  • Kemps Creek (shared with Liverpool)
  • Kingswood
  • Kingswood Park
  • Leonay
  • Llandilo
  • Londonderry
  • Luddenham (shared with Liverpool)
  • Mount Vernon
  • Mulgoa
  • North St Marys
  • Orchard Hills
  • Oxley Park
  • Penrith
  • Regentville
  • St Clair
  • St Marys
  • South Penrith
  • Wallacia (shared with Liverpool and Wollondilly Shire)
  • Werrington
  • Werrington County
  • Werrington Downs

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