Glenfield - Bardia
About the profile areas
The 2016 Estimated Resident Population for Glenfield - Bardia is 11,587, with a population density of 12.68 persons per hectare.
Location and boundaries
Glenfield - Bardia is bounded by Old Glenfield Road, Glenfield Road and Liverpool City in the north, the Georges River in the east, Bunbury Curran Creek, Macquarie Field House, the suburb of Macquarie Links, the Hume Highway and Zouch Road in the south, and Campbelltown Road in the west.
Glenfield is named after a nearby property, which was named after a town in Leicestershire, England. Bardia is named in honour of the successful taking of Bardia in North Africa during World War II.
2016 ABS ERP
hectares (9 Km2)
persons per hectare
Settlement of the area dates from the 1830s, with land used mainly for farming. The first subdivisions were made in 1881. By 1911, the town of Glenfield had 170 people living in 36 homes. It was not until the post-war era that the paddocks around the town were subdivided for housing. Significant development occurred during the 1950s and 1960s, with more rapid growth during the 1970s. The population declined slightly between 1991 and 2006, and then increased between 2006 and 2011 as new dwellings were added to the area. Growth is expected to continue, particularly from the Ingleburn Gardens estate in Bardia and the Panorama and Glenfield Chase estates in Glenfield.
Glenfield - Bardia is a growing residential and educational area, with recent growth in the northern section of Glenfield and the section west of the Hume Highway (Bardia).
Major features of the area include Bunbury Curran Park, Blinman Park, Glenfield Park, Kennett Park, Seddon Park, Macquarie Field House, the Georges River, Bunbury Curran Creek, Hurlstone Agricultural High School and a number of other schools.