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Woodcroft Sydney Maxi/taxi to or from Sydney Airport, Approximately 42 kilometers west of the Sydney CBD Located 56 km south to Sydney International Airport.

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Woodcroft is a suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Woodcroft is located 42 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of the City of Blacktown and is part of the Greater Western Sydney region. The Woodcroft lake is near to the Bricketwood Drive and it is very popular among people to visit every morning and evening. Moreover, this place having many kids play spaces.

From 1969 to 1988 Woodcroft was the State Brickworks in Doonside (and prior to 1969 it was the location of the State Timberworks). In 1989, the land was purchased by estate agents and developers LJ Hooker. After rezoning, residential construction commenced in 1992 and Woodcroft was formally recognised as a suburb in 1996.

here is a modest independent retail mall on Richmond Road. Services include a service station, supermarket, doctor’s surgery, and a variety of independent and franchise fast food outlets.

Facilities such as disabled toilets, parenting rooms, and children’s play areas, are limited.

The Blacktown Social Plan shows that Woodcroft households are much more likely to have one car than is usual across both the city of Blacktown, and the Sydney greater metropolitan area. However they are also much less likely to have two or more cars than is usual. This is somewhat of an indication of the transport connections throughout the area and the demographic of the population.

Access to public transport is somewhat limited, being via bus to either Blacktown, Doonside or Quakers Hill railway stations. Most households have one car.

The M7 motorway is accessible to Woodcroft via either the Richmond Road or Quakers Hill Parkway. Since it opened in December 2005 this has improved access to the Hills District, Liverpool and providing connections to both the M2 and M4 motorways.

The predominant form of housing throughout the suburb is free standing single homes; no residences are apartments and 19.0% are townhouses, semi-detached or similar.[1] This modern, low density housing is a reflection of the standard of living throughout the suburb. A number of streets in Woodcroft are named after well known Australian lakes for example Burrinjuck Drive is named after Burrinjuck Dam and Burragorang street names after lake Burragorang

Woodcroft features a small man-made lake called Woodcroft Lake, on the area of a former Brick Pit. Each year, in September, the lake and surrounding park is home to the Woodcroft Festival.

In 2019, a new Neighbourhood Centre designed by Carter Williamson Architects was opened. Replacing the previous neighbourhood centre which was destroyed by fire in 2015.

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