Leonay

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Leonay is a suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia 58 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of the City of Penrith. It is part of the Greater Western Sydney region.

Leonay is located on the western side of the Nepean River, at the foot of the Blue Mountains. The suburb is bounded by the M4 Motorway, the western railway line, and the Nepean River. One of Leonay's prominent features is the golf course which meanders through the suburb.

The area was once the vineyard of Leo Buring, the suburb is named after Leo and his wife Nay. The vineyard has been replaced with designer homes climbing the hill at the foot of the Blue Mountains Escarpment.

Getting Around

The nearest railway station is Emu Plains on the Western Line of the Sydney Trains network, while the Blue Mountains Bus Company connects Leonay to Penrith. Leonay Parade is the main road into the suburb, connecting with both Emu Plains and the M4 Western Motorway, which in turn provides quick connection to greater Sydney and the Blue Mountains

What you'll find in Leonay


Parks
  • • Leonay Parade Reserve
  • • Skarratt Park
  • • Pamela Parade Reserve
  • • Railway Reserve
  • • Hollier Reserve
  • • Huntington Reserve
  • • Ausburn Reserve
  • • Bunyarra Drive Reserve
  • • Tench Reserve
Shopping Centres
  • • Leonay Centre
  • • Lennox Shopping Centre
Golf Course
  • • Leonay Golf Course
Club
  • • Emu Plains Sporting And Recreation Club
Sports Fields
  • • Playing Fields
  • • Leonay Oval
  • • Lapstone Oval
  • • Darcy Smith Oval
Railway Station
  • • Lapstone Railway Station
Sports Court
  • • Netball Courts
Places of Worship
  • • Catholic Church
  • • Uniting Church
Post Office
  • • Emu Plains Post Office
Community Facility
  • • Emu Plains Community Centre

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