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Yennora is a northern suburb of the Sydney New South Wales, Approximately 29 kilometers west of the Sydney CBD Located 30 km south to Sydney International Airport.

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A portion of Yennora is dominated by an industrial zone, which includes the 300,000m2 Yennora Distribution Centre. It was opened in June 1971 as the Yennora Wool Centre. The Yennora Distribution Centre has a connection to the Main Southern railway line, and is used by Qube Logistics for freight services running between Port Botany and the suburb. Other key operators in the area include Toll Group, Woolworths, Linfox, Queensland Rail, and Hume Building Products.

Yennora is an Aboriginal word meaning walking or to stroll. Aboriginal people from the Cabrogal tribe, a sub-group of the Gandangara tribe, have lived in the Fairfield area for over 30,000 years.

European settlement began in Fairfield in the early 19th century. A siding platform was built by the New South Wales Government Railways in 1927 and given the name Yennora. The public school was opened in 1955 and the Wool Stores were established in June 1971.Yennora is a suburb of Sydney in the state of New South Wales, Australia, 29 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district. The residential part of the suburb is primarily in the local government area of the City of Fairfield, although the industrial area in west is a part of Cumberland Council. It is part of the Greater Western Sydney region Airport.

According to the 2016 census, 40.7% of people stated that they were born in Australia, with Vietnam (8.2%), Iraq (6.8%), Lebanon (5.8%), Myanmar (3.8%) and China (3.0%) being other common responses. A high percentage (72.4%) of people spoke a language other than English at home, with Arabic (25.3%), Vietnamese (9.5%), Karen (4.5%), Cantonese (3.9%), and Spanish (3.4%) being the most commonly spoken non-English languages.A portion of Yennora is dominated by an industrial zone, Maxi/Taxi  which includes the 300,000m2 Yennora Distribution Centre. It was opened in June 1971 as the Yennora Wool Centre.The Yennora Distribution Centre has a connection to the Main Southern railway line, and is used by Qube Logistics for freight services running between Port Botany.

The median age of people in Yennora was 40 years, with 17.2% of people aged between 0–14 years and 23.2% aged 65 years and over. With regards to employment, 51.1% of people were employed full-time, 30.3% were employed part-time, 6.9% were employed but away from work and 11.7% were unemployed.[1] Furthermore, Yennora is known to be the most poorest suburb of Sydney, where the median personal income is just $19,000.

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