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Bardwell Park

Bardwell Park Town Centre

Profile
Bardwell Park Town Centre
Public Transport and Parking
Local Businesses
History
Civic Pride
What's Happening in Bardwell Park
Community Facilities
Council Services in the Town Centre
Your Thoughts on Bardwell Park


Profile

Bardwell Park is a predominantly residential area but features a small shopping centre around Hartill-Law Avenue and Slade Road, beside the Bardwell Park railway station.

Council has a comprehensive Community Profile based on the latest census.


Bardwell Park Town Centre

Bardwell Park Town Centre Map


Public Transport and Parking

Trains: Sydney Trains
Buses: Sydney Buses
Parking: Over  50 off street parking spaces are available in 2 car parking areas
Cycling and Walking: On-the-go map


Local Businesses

Bardwell Park has a wide range of general retail and service stores:

- Post Office
- Physiotherapist
- Caf├ęs
- Accountant

- Chemists
- Dry Cleaners
- Take Away Food
- Real Estate Agents

- Doctors
- Hair & Beauty
- Bakery

- Dentist
- Restaurant
- Florist


History

Thomas Hill Bardwell's grant was originally heavily timbered and bounded by Wolli Creek, Dowling Street and Wollongong Road. In 1881, the land was auctioned and 1,600 acres were subdivided. The railway station opened on the 21 September 1931 which opened up the area for home sites. The school opened in September 1943 and the post office opened in May 1946.

The cottage known as "Hillsdon's Nursery" in Slade Road, Bardwell Park

Historical Photos and Articles

Rockdale City Historical Film Footage


Bardwell Park Train Station Civic Pride

Bardwell Park Railway Station - including the 1931 platform, platform building, entry steps structure and overbridge - is of local heritage and historical significance. It was a major public work completed as an unemployment relief project during the Great Depression and today continues as a major transport hub for Bardwell Park.

The Station is also of aesthetic significance as an austere 1930s railway building with simple Art Deco detailing and fine brick workmanship that is evocative of the effects of the Depression on building programs for the NSW railways.



What's Happening in Bardwell Park

Events

No events are currently scheduled in Bardwell Park.

Please visit Council's Events page for activities in the wider City.

Traffic

Funding for the signalisation of this location has been announced in the media. (See link below).  Once Roads and Maritime Services have prepared and lodged drawings with the Rockdale Local Traffic Committee for the proposed lights, Council will be in a position to advise the local traders and community of the impacts on existing parking and improved pedestrian outcomes.

Latest news

Traffic lights for intersection


Community Facilities

Public Toilets


Council Services in the Town Centre

Item

Frequency

Cleaning

Manual Sweeping

Week Days

Street Sweeping

Week Days

Street Litter Bin Collection

Daily Mornings

Drain Cleaning

Inspected Annually
Works as required

Dumped Rubbish Collection

As Required

Graffiti

Report here now

Tree and Garden Maintenance

Weed Spraying

As Required

Tree Trimming

As Required

Garden Beds General Maintenance

Monthly

*subject to availability of resources on any given day


Your Thoughts on Bardwell Park

If you would like to provide feedback on your local area, please feel free to contact the Rockdale City Council Town Centre Manager on 9562 1758 or email rcc@rockdale.nsw.gov.au or use our Facebook page or Twitter @RockdaleCityNSW.

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