A multicultural city where retirees are a valuable part of the community

Blacktown is a lively city in Greater Sydney and the largest Local Government Area in NSW. The community is welcoming and diverse, with people from birthplaces as varied as Fiji, England, Philippines, New Zealand and India.

The city has the facilities to be expected from a modern urban centre, including major shopping centres and sporting grounds. If you ‘re a motor racing fan and you’d like to spend your retirement years enjoying some great events, then Blacktown has you covered. It’s home of Sydney Motorsport Park and Sydney Dragway, two motorsport megaplexes.

There are some lovely green areas within easy reach, like the Nurragingy Reserve. Here you can find the beautiful Chang Lai Yuan Garden and take a stroll to discover its Waterfall Gazebo and Seven Arch Stone Bridge.

Retirees and senior citizens are an important part in the Blacktown growing community. The Council promotes an age-friendly environment where retirees can actively participate and stay independent and healthy.

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A multicultural city where retirees are a valuable part of the community

Blacktown is a lively city in Greater Sydney and the largest Local Government Area in NSW. The community is welcoming and diverse, with people from birthplaces as varied as Fiji, England, Philippines, New Zealand and India.

The city has the facilities to be expected from a modern urban centre, including major shopping centres and sporting grounds. If you ‘re a motor racing fan and you’d like to spend your retirement years enjoying some great events, then Blacktown has you covered. It’s home of Sydney Motorsport Park and Sydney Dragway, two motorsport megaplexes.

There are some lovely green areas within easy reach, like the Nurragingy Reserve. Here you can find the beautiful Chang Lai Yuan Garden and take a stroll to discover its Waterfall Gazebo and Seven Arch Stone Bridge.

Retirees and senior citizens are an important part in the Blacktown growing community. The Council promotes an age-friendly environment where retirees can actively participate and stay independent and healthy.