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Marrickville

Marrickville is a suburb in the Inner West of Sydney and is located 7 kilometres south-west of the Sydney central business district and is the largest suburb in the Inner West Council local government area.

Marrickville boasts a variety of architectural style homes from classic Federation homes to modern apartments. The suburbs eclectic charm makes it a popular choice for a wide range of residents and maintains a steady demand for both sales and rentals.

History

The name Marrickville comes from the 60 acre ‘Marrick’ estate of Thomas Chalder, which was named after his native village Marrick, North Yorkshire, England. The railway line opened here in 1895 and the area grew in popularity.

Transport

Marrickville railway station is on the Bankstown line of the CityRail network and the area is well served by buses.

Recreation

Marrickville has a wide range of cafes and restaurants with few notable bakeries and coffee artisans in the area. A significant number of breweries has recently been established in the light industrial spaces that exist throughout the suburb. Marrickville has also become a hub of new and independent arts with a vibrant artistic community with a number of live music and entertainment venues.

Schools

Marrickville has four Public Primary schools such as Marrickville Public School, Marrickville West Primary School, Ferncourt Public School and Wilkins Public School. Additionally there are two Primary private schools such as St Pius Catholic School, walking distance from Marrickville Metro and St Brigid’s Catholic School. 

Marrickville High School and Casimir Catholic College are both high schools in Marrickville.

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