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Overview Leumeah is a suburb of Sydney, situated 39 kilometres southwest of the Sydney central business district. As per the 2016 census, the suburb has 9,835 residents. Neighbouring Leumeah is the suburbs of Woodbine, Minto, Minto Heights, Kentlyn, Campbelltown, and Ruse.
Living in Leumeah The Leumeah railway station is just walking distance from the Leumeah shopping centre, where there is a supermarket, bakery, hairdresser, florist, and other local shops. Nearby is the Campbelltown Stadium, which is the home ground of the Macarthur Football club. A tennis court is also found in the area.
At the western border of the suburb is Campbelltown Road, where many businesses are mostly car dealerships.
There are two schools in the suburb, which are the Leumeah Public School and Leumeah High School.
History of Leumeah Leumeah is an Aboriginal term from the Tharawal language that means “Here I rest”. It was the Tharawal people who originally inhabited the land.
John Warby, who was an early settler in the area, also called his farm Leaumeah. It is said that Warby befriended the Tharawals and learnt their language. It is here where Warby built his residence and established a barn and stables. His barn still stands today and is now part of the Colonial Motor Inn.
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