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Mount Druitt is a Sydney suburb within the New South Wales region of Australia. The local government area of the City of Blacktown is located 38 kilometres (24 miles) west of the Sydney central business district and is part of Greater Western Sydney.
Close by are the smaller communities of Bidwill, Blackett, Dharruk, Emerton, Hebersham, Lethbridge Park, Minchinbury, Whalan, Shalvey, Tregear, and Willmot.
Mount Druitt Village, a minor shopping sector, provided services to the Mount Druitt township.
In 1975, when the railway station was relocated and a large bus/rail interchange was built, a new shopping centre known locally as “The Great Western” was launched around 500 metres to the east. The shopping centre, currently known as Westfield Mount Druitt, is located at the crossroads of Carlisle Avenue and Luxford Road, two key local thoroughfares. The complex contains over 200 stores, ranging from inexpensive department stores to specialist shops. Shopsmart is another shopping centre in the neighbourhood. The train station is within walking distance of a hospital, coffee shops, small taverns, a municipal swimming pool, and a library, among other services.
A redevelopment plan of the Blacktown council governs the region.
A substantial amount of the Housing Commission has been sold to developers, and the neighbourhood is currently being redeveloped with mixed-use structures. In the Chinese, Thai, and Filipino groups, the region’s popularity is growing rapidly. Due to the neighborhood’s accessibility, excellent parks, schools, and transit.
Mount Druitt station is on the North Shore, Northern & Western Line of the Sydney Trains system. There is a continuous express service that travels between Sydney and Parramatta in 55 minutes. It includes a newly reconstructed interchange with Busways bus routes that travel to all Mount Druitt area suburbs, Blacktown, and Glendenning.
The government’s North South Line will connect the future Western Sydney Airport and Mount Druitt, as well as providing access to the South West.
The Council is initiating a feasibility study to see whether it is possible to construct new light rail connecting Mount Druitt to the other Blacktown Shire communities.
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