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Holroyd Photo Gallery

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Holroyd Singles and Dating

Singles and Dating

Holroyd Singles and Dating

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Holroyd Chat

Chat Rooms

Holroyd Chat

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Interesting facts about Holroyd

Holroyd is a suburb located in the Western Sydney region of New South Wales, Australia. Here are some interesting facts about this region:

1. Holroyd's name is derived from Thomas Holroyd, who was a landowner and member of the New South Wales Legislative Council in the 1800s.

2. The suburb of Holroyd was originally part of the Toongabbie Parish and was formally established in 1872.

3. Holroyd is home to several parks and reserves, including Merrylands Park, Holroyd Gardens and Children's Centre, and Central Gardens Nature Reserve.

4. Holroyd has a relatively young population, with over 40% of residents aged between 20 and 44 years old.

5. The suburb is known for its multicultural community, with many residents coming from a range of different cultural backgrounds.

6. Holroyd is located within close proximity to major employment hubs such as Parramatta and Sydney Olympic Park, making it an attractive location for professionals.

7. The Holroyd City Council has implemented several community initiatives aimed at promoting sustainability and reducing the suburb's carbon footprint.

8. Holroyd has a number of historic sites, including St. Mark's Anglican Church and the Merrylands War Memorial.

9. Holroyd is served by a range of public transport options, including buses and train services.

10. The suburb celebrates a number of cultural events throughout the year, including the Merry Makers Christmas Festival and the Holroyd Garden Festival.