Western Sydney or Greater Western Sydney encompasses the nine local government regions that are a part of the Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC). The area spans from Parramatta to the Blue Mountains to the edges of Campbelltown and has an approximate population of 1, 600,000. It is home to the most diversified multicultural society in the world and is home to the largest urban indigenous population in the country. North West Sydney is made up of an array of residential dwellings, surrounded by beautiful national parks, breathtaking mountains and natural waterways.
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