LLB Accountants Serve Erskine Park
About LLB Accountants
Our services include:
• Business advice and monitoring
• SMSF (self-managed super funds) setup and services
• Financial statement preparations
• Budgeting • GST advice
• BAS preparation
• Company incorporation
• Tax planning/advice
General information of Erskine Park
Erskine Park, situated 42 kilometres west of Sydney’s centre is a part of the Greater Western Sydney region. While the suburb is mainly residential, it also has its fair share of industrial expansions. The suburb took its name after James Erskine who was the Lieutenant Governor to Lachlan Macquarie.
The suburb recorded a total population of just over 6,500 people in 2011 with an average population age of 31 years, significantly lower than the Australian national average. As with most of the population, the bulk of people were born in Australia with the second major populous coming from various parts of Asia. The primary job for its residents are mainly administrative.
The nearest train station to the suburb is located northward at Mount Druitt station and is accessible by travelling along Roper Road and Carlisle Avenue. Erskine Park is easily accessible to the highway with the M4 Western Motorway bordering the suburb to the north while Erskine Park Road borders the west of the suburb. Bus stations are located all along Swallow Drive and has services to Mount Druitt station as well as the surrounding areas.
Apart from the numerous small shops that can be found around the suburb, the main commercial district for the suburb is Erskine Park shopping centre which is located on Peppertree Drive. It features a myriad of shopping choices for residents, a few dining options and it also includes an ALDI supermarket.
Housing in Erskine Park is varied. It contains both new and old house designs. Houses in the area are generally made of brick, although there are still fibro houses. Property prices in the suburb can range anywhere between $400,000 to close to $900,000.