Liverpool City is a commercial centre 30km south west of the Sydney CBD. Founded by Governor Macquarie in 1810, Liverpool is now Australia's fastest growing area. Surrounding suburbs include 36 suburbs such as Mt Pritchard, Cabramatta, Warwick Farm, Casula, Lurnea, Prestons, Hoxton Park, Cartwright, Ashcroft, Chipping Norton and Moorebank.
Liverpool is the fourth oldest town in Australia and boasts the oldest Anglican Church- St Lukes (1819).
Liverpool’s current population is over 155,000. By 2020, 250,000 people are expected to call Liverpool home. The Local Government Area covers 305 square kilometres and is incredibly diverse. Pertaining to its heritage, Liverpool still consists of semi-rural areas but also has an expanding and lively city centre where major commercial and retail opportunities exist.