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The Municipality of Strathfield is a local government area of the Inner West of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Strathfield Council was incorporated in 1885 and originally included the suburbs of Redmire, Homebush and Druitt Town. The name Strathfield was adopted as the name of the new council in 1885. The suburb of Redmire was renamed Strathfield in 1886. Druitt Town was renamed Strathfield South in the early 1890s. Only Homebush survives as an original location name. Since that time, Strathfield has become an important multicultural centre (for Korean, Chinese and Sri Lankan minority populations).
The Municipality of Strathfield today comprises over 14.1 square kilometres (5.4 sq mi) of land and has circa 36,000 inhabitants.
65 Homebush Rd
Strathfield NSW 2135
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Engineering Design Opportunities Centrally located in Sydney’s Inner West, Strathfield Council is a medium-sized, unique suburban region, boasting one of the earliest settlements in Sydney and home to the historic and magnificent ‘Golden Triangle’ residential precinct. With an area of approximately 14.1 square kilometres and an estimated population of 40,000...