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Overview Rooty Hill, a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, covers an area of 6.3 square kilometres. The suburb had a population of 14,704 people based on the 2016 census.
Rooty Hills is 42 kilometres west of the Sydney CBD. It is in the local government area of the City of Blacktown and is a suburb of Greater Western Sydney.
Living in Rooty Hill The central commercial hub of Rooty Hill is on Rooty Hill Road South and Rooty Hill North within the environs of the railway station. Rooty Hill is widely known for Rooty Hill RSL, the largest RSL Club in Australia, and Blacktown International Sportspark Sydney, a world-class multi-sports venue.
The Rooty Hill Public School (1957) and St. Aidan's Primary School, founded in 1907, offer Kindergarten to Year 6 education. Pupils go to the St. Agnes Catholic High School in Evans Road die Years 7-12.
History of Rooty Hill This Western residential suburb has been known as Rooty Hill since 1811. It is said that this suburb was named Rooty Hill because of the many tree roots that had to be cleared to build a road in the area.
The earliest exploration of this area was recorded in 1789 and was led by Captain Watkin Tench.
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