Liverpool was founded as a centre of agriculture by Governor Lachlan Macquarie in 1810 but wasn’t declared a city until 1960. These days, it boasts a multicultural population of more than 20,000 and a reputation for well-preserved heritage and the arts. Liverpool’s main shopping district is the Macquarie Mall, which features a Westfield shopping centre and cinema, while restaurants and more shops can be found along the nearby streets along with Liverpool Library. Feel like a fun night out? Liverpool is home to Frightnight, Sydney’s comedy-horror themed theatre restaurant. With crazy characters waiting your table, dinner and a spectacular show, it’s perfect for all kinds of events from birthdays to Christmas parties. If you feel like cooling off or getting some exercise, the Whitlam Leisure Centre is an indoor aquatics and fitness centre with five swimming pools and an indoor stadium for events and functions.
Those who are curious about Liverpool’s history will find plenty to see. Liverpool Regional Museum, established in 1989, houses a vast collection of photos, objects and stores bringing the city’s history to life. The Australian Army Museum of Military Engineering demonstrates the Royal Australian Engineers’ role in Australia’s military history. The Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre in nearby Casula is a 326-seat theatre space with a theatre for performance and arts studios. You can also unwind in one of the city’s public parks, such as Helles Park on the banks of Georges River. Bigge Park is another relaxing place to take a walk, and includes a nearby tennis court and children’s playground.
You can reach Liverpool from the Hume Highway or one of the trains that run between the city and Sydney CBD, Parramatta or Campbelltown. If you feel like exploring Greater Sydney then get started by booking your Liverpool hotel with us!
Hotels in Liverpool start at AU$123 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.