Carlingford NSW 2118
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Carlingford is a suburb of Sydney in NSW Australia. It is located 22km north-west of the Sydney CBD in the local government area of City of Parramatta. It is in the Hills District and Northern Sydney regions.
Carlingford received its current name in 1886 after a vote by residents. The name was suggested by Frederick Cox after he heard one of his employees describe similarities between Mobbs Hill and the town of Carlingford, County Louth, located in the east of Ireland. As Sydney rapidly expanded, following World War II, Carlingford underwent urbanisation from the orange-growing agricultural area it once was.
There are several bus routes through Carlingford, and Carlingford railway station is the last stop on the Carlingford Line of the Cityrail network. There are also major roads and motorways connecting it to north sydney, the city and other sydney suburbs.
Carlingford has many sporting clubs, and a large shopping centre, Carlingford Court which hosts major retailers as well as cafes and restaurants.
Carlingford High School
Carlingford Public School
Carlingford West Public School
Cumberland High School
James Ruse Agricultural High School
Murray Farm Public School
Roselea Public School
Gateway Community High
St Gerard’s Catholic Primary School
Fairytales Preschool and Long Day Care Centre
Carlingford West Kindergarten
Munchkin Manor Early Learning Centre
Colin Place Out of School Care
Laughing Clowns Early Learning Centre
North Rocks Preschool
Families at Carlingford Education Service
Shine Preschool Carlingford
Roselea Student Care Centre
Giggles Carlingford Childcare Centre