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Erskine Park is a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia approximately located 42 kilometers West of the Sydney central business district, located 53 km North West to Sydney International Airport.

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Epping is a suburb of Sydney, in the Australian state of New South Wales, 18 kilometers north-west of the Sydney central business district in the local government area of the City of Parramatta. Epping is located in the Northern Sydney region, which is sometimes simply referred to as the “North-West” or North Shore. The suburb is the most north-eastern area of the City of Parramatta. North Epping is a separate suburb to the north and under a different council, Hornsby Shire.

The Wallumettagal Aboriginal tribe lived in the area between the Lane Cove River and Parramatta Rive. In 1792, Governor Arthur Phillip began the granting of parcels of lands to marines, and the area was referred to on Phillip’s maps as the Field of Mars, Mars being the Roman god of war. It contained the area of what is now Epping, along with the surrounding suburbs of Ryde and Marsfield.

Epping railway station was opened on 17 September 1886, originally named “Field of Mars”, and quickly renamed to “Carlingford” on 5 April 1887.The Post Office was opened on 16 October 1889, originally named “East Carlingford”.

Sonter family packing fruit, Ray Road, Epping, Sydney, 1911. In 1899 the suburb name of Epping was adopted following the suggestion by a local landowner William Midson (1849–1924), after a town near Epping Forest in Essex, where his father was born. At this time, the names of the post office and the railway station were both changed to Epping. The land from the Field of Mars was broken up into farms and orchards, and after World War II it started to convert to residential use. Areas which had previously been reserved as part of the green belt scheme became available in 1948.

The Seven Network had its headquarters and television production studios in Epping until 2009. The site is now occupied by residential apartments.
Until 2016, parts of Epping were under three different councils: Hornsby Shire, City of Ryde and City of Parramatta. A 2015 review of local government boundaries recommended that all of Epping be amalgamated into the City of Parramatta, and this became effective on 12 May 2016.

Epping railway station is a junction station on the Northern Line of the Sydney Trains network, the Central Coast & Newcastle Line of the NSW TrainLink network, and the new rapid transit Sydney Metro Northwest since its opening on 26 May 2019.
Bus services are operated by State Transit and Hillsbus. The M2 Hills Motorway runs along the northern border to the Sydney CBD. Epping Road is a major arterial road in the area that runs east from the railway station to the Pacific Highway.

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