South West Sydney is an arbitary district name for the large residential area to the south and west of Sydney, including the centres of Liverpool and Campbelltown..
The M5 is the major Sydney freeway to the southwest. Parking is generally available throughout southwest Sydney, and congestion is limited to peak commute hours.
The South Line offers frequent and quick services to Cabramatta & Liverpool. If you are travelling to Glenfield or Campbelltown, you will find the Airport & East Hills Line to be a quicker journey, especially on peak express trains.
Cabramatta, one a place avoided by locals due to crime has been transformed in recent years in to a vibrant Vietnamese community. Plenty of Vietnames restaurants, asian groceries and a great atmosphere with locals selling home produce on the footpaths along the shopping districts.
There are many sights to see in the South West Sydney area, ranging from scenic views along the Parramatta River and experiencing Parramatta (the 2nd largest CBD in Sydney), a stroll down Chipping Norton Lake, having a taste of Asia in Cabramatta, experiencing history at the Fairfield City Museum, or visiting the Calmsley Hill City Farm.
Each local area in Sydney South West has its own diverse range of cultures. If after a regular shopping mall experience, make sure to check out Westfield or Stocklands Shopping Centres which can be found in various suburbs such as Liverpool, Bankstown and Parramatta.
If you're after weekend market experiences, there are many including the Sydney Paddy's Markets down at Flemington, and also markets at Fairfield Showground.
Pho Tau Bay
Iron Chef Chinese Seafood Restaurant
Tan Viet Noodle House
Ann's Vietnamese Restaurant
There are lots of places to drink in the Sydney South West area such as the Canley Hotel Inn, Cabramatta Inn, and a large variety of RSL and sports clubs such as Bankstown Sports Club and Granville RSL.