Liverpool is an established cultural hub and a wonderfully liveable, convenient city with plenty of heart. As it rises above its current status, Liverpool offers everything you could possibly desire for vibrant and modern living.

The many upgrades and developments are rapidly transforming the city, creating better transport, parklands, educational facilities and cultural endeavours. Liverpool is truly becoming a thriving “River City of the Future”.

The riverfront development is transforming Liverpool from a centre of food and retail indulgence and a business hub to a more community based city, with increasing opportunities for work, rest and play.

In addition to the new precinct, the planned upgrade of several parks and sporting facilities means Western Sydney is a growing area in more ways than one.


The River Precinct gives you the best blend of both city and suburban lifestyles.

Here you can take a stroll along the new boardwalk, cycle through the idyllic parkland as you take in the river views, or have a picnic with your friends and family by the water.

From stand-up paddle boarding or kayaking around the wildlife refuge of Chipping Norton Lakes, to launching your boat and throw out a line as you explore this glorious waterway.

The riverfront offers you cycle ways, barbecue facilities and sporting fields. Unique retail, café and creative spaces are also being planned to activate the riverfront, foster local talent and create welcoming meeting places which will make this precinct highly sought after location, and the place to be for both lifestyle and business.


You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to shopping in Liverpool.

At Westfield Liverpool, you can browse department stores such as Myer, or shop on-trend fashion at high street stores and even catch the latest blockbuster at Event Cinemas.

For your fresh food and day to day needs, stroll to Liverpool Plaza for a leisurely shopping experience.

Megacenta Liverpool - the largest homemaker centre in the Southern Hemisphere - is a short distance away, and here you’ll find everything you need to decorate your new home, from furniture to rugs and designer lighting.

There’s even a whole new shopping centre set to open within the River Precinct.


In addition to the soon-to-be-revitalised riverfront, Liverpool is blessed with countless parks which provide beautiful green, open spaces for recreation, relaxation and for keeping fit:

• The iconic Bigge Park is undergoing substantial transformation
• Light Horse Park is great for kids with its picnic shelter and playground
• Discovery Park has a bike path meandering through it
• Whitlam Leisure Centre has indoor and outdoor pools and a 3,000-seat indoor stadium
• The adjoining Woodward Park features sports fields


Immerse yourself in the area’s bourgeoning café and restaurant culture which is drawing inspiration from Sydney’s vibrant inner-city dining scene.

Trendy establishments such as Ristretto & Co are being celebrated for bringing a hip urban vibe, while friendly multi-cultural restaurants serve authentic global fare.

The Liverpool Night Markets are a popular community affair with a colourful atmosphere, delicious food and family entertainment.

As part of the new riverside precinct, a new 500-seat mega dining venue ‘Firepit’ will have several offerings under one roof, and will be managed by Jason Chow (Aria and Chiswick restaurants) with former executive chef of Surry Hills’ Nour restaurant.