Is Elderslie, NSW 2570 your dream location? It's an excellent first step to understand if it is a serious contender for your next home. The Homes.com.au suburb profile provides information on Elderslie house prices, demographics & market trends so we can help you make informed decisions about your next home or investment.
If you are considering packing up and moving to Elderslie, keep reading for a brief historical overview to learn more about the amazing lifestyle and what makes this suburb so great.
Overview Elderslie is a suburb located within the Macarthur Region of Sydney. As of the 2016 census, Elderslie is home to 6,005 people.
The suburbs neighbouring Elderslie are Camden, Kirkham, Narellan, Camden South, Spring Farm, and Narellan Vale.
Living in Elderslie Elderslie is described to be a suburb ideal to raise a young family. The area offers plenty of outdoor amenities, such as a bike track along the Napean river. And there’s also the Kirkham rugby oval, a skateboard park, BMX track and several pockets of parklands.
As for schools, there is the Elderslie Public School, Elderslie Highschool, Mawarra Public School, and some preschool and early learning schools.
Across the Cowspasture Bridge in the nearby suburb of Camden are plenty of restaurants, local shops, and significant supermarkets (Woolworths and Coles).
History of Elderslie It is believed that the Tharawal people are the original inhabitants of the land where Elderslie is situated.
In the very early years of the British settlers, the relationship between the Europeans and Aboriginals were cordial, not until farmers started to clear and fence the area, which affected the food sources of the land’s original residents. This sparked clashes between the groups, which resulted in several indigenous people being massacred in 1816.
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