Englorie Park is a suburb of Sydney, in the give access of New South Wales, Australia. Englorie Park is located 55 kilometres south-west of the Sydney central concern district, in the local government area of the City of Campbelltown and is portion of the Macarthur region.
Englorie Park is a relatively small suburb (the smallest in NSW), situated surrounded by the suburbs of Ambarvale, Campbelltown and Glen Alpine. The suburb is almost entirely residential, except for a childcare middle that operates within the historic Englorie Park House. The majority of housing within the suburb is detached, with a minority of townhouses. Englorie Park is situated very close to the Macarthur Square shopping centre and Campbelltown Hospital.
As well as brute relatively small, Englorie Park is also a relatively extra suburb, having unaccompanied been designated by the Geographical Names Board in March 2000. Prior to later it was part of the suburb of Campbelltown. It draws its state from the historic Englorie Park House which was built in 1880 by greyhound breeder Alfred Park. Originally called Parkholme, the property was renamed Euglorie Park by Charles Burcher of Euglo Station, Condobolin. This superior became corrupted to Englorie Park.
In the 2016 Census, there were 416 people in Englorie Park. 55.8% of people were born in Australia and 57.8% of people spoke unaided English at home. The most common admission for religion was Catholic at 29.9%.
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