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St Marys, located in the Australian state of New South Wales, is a suburb of Sydney. It is situated in the City of Penrith local government area, 45 kilometres west of Sydney’s central business district.
South Creek and Ropes Creek constitute St. Marys’ western and eastern limits, respectively.
The Municipality of St. Marys was created on March 3, 1890, and the first council was elected in May of the same year. The council and the Municipality of Penrith merged on January 1, 1949. William Garner was the first mayor of the city, and J. J. Blair was the last (1948). On Queen Street, the Penrith City Council operates a branch office and a library.
The St. Marys & District Historical Society welcomes visitors every Wednesday and Saturday between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. at the Mamre Road Community Center complex, which can be found to the south of the Great Western Highway.
Queen Street dominates the principal business sector of St. Marys, however there are also stores on Railway Street and the Great Western Highway. This region includes:
St. Marys Village is a shopping area located on Charles Hackett Drive. This subregional shopping area is home to Target, Woolworths, and over 40 specialty stores. The shopping complex offers uncomplicated shopping on a single level and parking that is easily accessible.
Station Plaza, a shopping mall, with roughly sixteen speciality shops and a Coles supermarket. Phillip Street is situated opposite of the St. Marys train station and bus depot.
The M4 Motorway’s southern limit includes entry and exit ramps to Mamre Road leading to St Marys Town Center (North) and the St Clair estate (South). The Great Western Highway is the suburb’s primary east-west route. Sydney Street and Marsden Road form the northern and southern boundaries, respectively.
Regular passenger train service operates along the principal western railway line to St Marys, and the station is a major hub for local bus, taxi, and rail services.
Dunheved, a large industrial and commercial hub, is located to the north. As part of the Ropes Creek branch line, which was constructed to serve the former Australian Defence Industries munitions factory, a branch rail line that left the main western line around 200 metres west of St Marys station offered service to Dunheved from March 1942 until March 1986. Beyond Christie Street, little remains of this branch line, despite the fact that the train infrastructure was maintained for many years after its termination. Only the platforms of Dunheved and Ropes Creek stations survive (located within the Ropes Crossing estate).
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