South Penrith, New South Wales Australia, is located south of the suburb of Penrith and the CBD of the City.
The area was mostly made up of small farms before urban development in the 1970s. The suburb consists of undulating hills with wonderful views to the Blue Mountains.
During the late 19th century most of South Penrith was part of the large York’s Estate. South Penrith is bounded on the south by the M4 Motorway, the west by York Road, east by parker Street (Northern Road) and north by Jamison Road.
South Penrith hosts one of the largest and more distinctive recreation areas in the City. Once an aerodrome and racecourse, the 100-acre Jamison Park is an important venue for many sporting competitions such as netball, cricket and skateboarding. South Penrith is well located for easy access to Penrith’s CBD, shopping areas and retail outlets.
Activites and Experiences at Penrith South
Nearest Airport: Sydney Kingsford Smith Mascot