About Liverpool

Liverpool is an important part of the great Australian Story.

The area was the land of the Cabrogal people of the Dharug Nation for over 40,000 years, and their connection to these lands and waters remains unbroken.

Liverpool was founded in 1810 by Governor Lachlan Macquarie, and is Australia's fourth oldest town and the first free planned settlement.

Today, Liverpool is keen to fill its potential, and it will have one of the youngest populations under 25. The area will have what will be the largest stand-alone public hospital in the southern hemisphere when it is complete and a rapidly evolving health and academic precinct that will provide opportunity to people in our community who are ready to seize it.

The Liverpool electorate covers the following localities: Ashcroft, Bonnyrigg, Bonnyrigg Heights, Busby, Cartwright, Cecil Hills, Elizabeth Hills, Green Valley, Heckenberg, Hinchinbrook, Hoxton Park, Liverpool, Miller, Mount Pritchard, Sadleir, Warwick Farm.