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Overview The Pendle Hill suburb in Sydney has a land area of 1.92 square kilometres and a population of 79213 people (2016 census). This suburb is within the local government jurisdiction of Parramatta and Cumberland Council in Greater Western Sydney, New South Wales.
Pender Hill is part of the Greater Western Sydney region and is 30 kilometres west of the Sydney CBD.
Living in Pendle Hill The shopping centre in Pendle Hill has several specialty shops and is located beside the railway station. Sydney CBD is about a 30-minute train ride and 45 minutes by bus from Pendle Hill.
The suburb also has the Pendle Hill Public School and Pendle Hill High School.
History of Pendle Hill George Bond, an American, founded a textile mill in 1923. This was the first attempt of Australia to make cotton fabric from the cotton farms harvests in Queensland.
Lancashire became the centre of the cotton industry of England. Pendle Hill prominently figured in Lancashire's cotton industry.
The Pendle Hill railway station opened in 1924. In 1955, the first public school opened in the area. In 1956, retired Postmaster Richard R. Purdie and his wife Elsie led the opening of the first post office in Pendle Hill.
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