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Bankstown is a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Bankstown is approximately located 30.0 kilometers Southwest of the Sydney central business district, located 15.6km Northwest of Sydney International Airport.

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Bankstown is a suburb southwest of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It is 16 kilometers southwest of the Sydney central business district and is located in the local government area of the City of Canterbury-Bankstown, having previously been the administrative center of the City of Bankstown before 2016. It is the most populous suburb within the City of Canterbury-Bankstown. Before European settlement, Cumberland Plains Woodland occupied much of the area. Turpentine ironbark forest covered much of what is now Bankstown. The land was occupied by the Bediagal people. Their land bordered the Dharawal and the Darung people.
In 1795, Matthew Flinders and George Bass explored up the Georges River for about 32 kilometers (20 mi) beyond what had been previously surveyed and reported favorably to Governor Hunter of the land on its banks. Hunter examined the country himself and established one of the pioneer colonies there, called Bank’s Town, today written as one word: Bankstown. Hunter named the area Bankstown after Sir Joseph Banks, who traveled to Australia with Captain James Cook in 1770. The area of the first European settlement along the river has been partially preserved as part of the Mirambeena Regional Park.
The first town hall and Council Chambers were opened on 22 Oct 1898. on the northern side of the Hume Highway (Liverpool Road), near Rookwood Road. The council chambers were relocated to a new building in South Terrace in June 1918. The building still stands and now has a shopping arcade running through it. Foundation stones from the old Town Halls have been preserved in a display outside the current Council Chambers. In 1826, bushrangers were hanged on the site of the water tower Bankstown Reservoir.
Bankstown’s central business district is clustered around Bankstown railway station. The commercial area beside the railway station is known as Bankstown Plaza, while the ethnic diversity of the area has resulted in a host of restaurants, eateries, and cafes.
Bankstown Central Shopping Centre, formerly known as Centro Bankstown and previously known as Bankstown Square, is a large shopping center, immediately to the northeast of the railway station. It was first opened in 1966 and has been expanded the number of times.
Bankstown is the seat of the major industry including aviation, engineering, and maintenance at Bankstown Airport. Other employers include small industrial operations, public service, and the retail industry. The suburb is affected by unusually high unemployment and is subject to a dedicated income management program specifically targeting the problem.

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