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Homebush West is an area of Sydney’s Inner West located in the Australian state of New South Wales. Homebush West is located 16 kilometers west of the Sydney CBD in the local government areas of the Municipality of Strathfield and the Cumberland Council. The separate suburbs of Homebush and Homebush Bay are to the east and northeast.
The Flemington train station offers service to Homebush West on the Sydney Trains network’s Inner West & Leppington Line.
The DFO Homebush factory outlet shopping area and a small cluster of shops are located in Homebush West, close to the Flemington train station.
Homebush West has a large number of Asian restaurants and businesses, which is indicative of the area’s cultural diversity. The suburb is filled with eateries, stores, and cooking establishments offering Chinese, Vietnamese, Sri Lankan, Indian, Malaysian, and Nepalese food.
Originally known as Liberty Plains, this area was given to John Fleming in 1806 and given the new name Flemington after he was granted a 200-acre (0.81 km2) concession. Paddocks were ultimately created out of the jungle, and a cattle saleyard was subsequently constructed there. The Sydney Markets, which were built at Flemington in the early 1970s, took the place of the city’s Paddy’s Markets at Haymarket.
After the Sydney Markets at Flemington opened in 1975, the residential section of the neighborhood south of the railway line was given the name “Homebush West.”
Homebush was established in the 1800s by D’arcy Wentworth, the colony’s assistant surgeon at the time. According to local government historian Michael Jones, Homebush was originally named after Wentworth’s “home in the bush” even though it is a town in Kent.
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