Location: Mount Annan


Mount Annan is a historic suburb of Sydney, located in the Macarthur Region of New South Wales. The suburb is bounded on the north by Currans Hill, in the west by Narellan Vale and new area of Spring Farm, and in the south by Gilead and Menangle Park. Mount Annan is administrated in the south-eastern part of the Camden Local Government Area and it is located 60 kilometres south-west of Sydney central business district and 8km west of Campbelltown. The postcode is 2567.

The area known as Mount Annan was originally home to the traditional, indigenous Dharawal people, based in the Illawarra region. Settlement began in the early 18th century with wool pioneer John Macarthur clearing and using the land for farming. The first land release for housing was in the late 1980s.


Getting Around

Bus services are most popular in Mount Annan. NSW transport service, Busabout Sydney connects Mount Annan to Campbelltown, Harrington Park, Narellan, Spring Farm, Currans Hill. Services operate Monday to Saturday, with limited routes on Sunday. The nearest railway station is Macarthur.

Local Area Statistics


Population 11,703
Male 48.8%
Female 51.2%
Median Age 33
Source ABS Census 2016, Mount Annan


All private dwellings 3,661
Average people per household 3.3
Median weekly household income $2,214
Median monthly mortgage repayments $2,167
Median weekly rent $450
Average motor vehicles per dwelling 2.2
Source ABS Census 2016, Mount Annan
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