Acacia Gardens is a suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia, 40 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of the City of Blacktown. Acacia Gardens is part of the Greater Western Sydney region.
Acacia Gardens was formerly a part of Quakers Hill. The name was chosen to reflect the rural quality of the suburb, with acacia trees being prevalent in the area. Many of the streets in the suburb are named after flowers. It was formally recognised as a suburb in 1996.
Waite Reserve, located on Tamarind Drive, Acacia Gardens.
- Cricket wicket (artificial)
- Off street parking
- Sports field
- Walking path
Reserve 772, located on Wilson Road, Acacia Gardens.
- Walking path
Acacia Gardens has just one primary school, Quakers Hill East Public School.
Busways provides regular services to Sydney, Blacktown, Parramatta, Castle Hill and Rouse Hill.
The closest railway stations are located at Quakers Hill and Blacktown.
The suburb is served by Wilson station on the North-West T-way.
The median house price in Acacia Gardens last year was $797,000. Based on five years of sales, Acacia Gardens has seen a compound growth rate of 6.6% for houses and 3.1% for units. Established Couples & Families make up the largest percentage of people living in Acacia Gardens followed by Maturing Couples & Families and Older Couples & Families.
*Sourced from Wikipedia and Realestate.com