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Kingswood Historical Note:

Kingswood is a suburb in western Sydney located 49 kilometres west of the Sydney’s CBD. There are various other locations within the state of New South Wales that are also called Kingswood, and is often confused with the nearby suburb of Kingswood Park.

Kingswood was named after the family of Governor Philip Gidley King, who owned land in the area that was originally heavily forested. In 1881, the area was known as Crossroads for the intersection of the Great Western Highway and The Northern Road (now Parker Street). The name was changed to Kingswood on 2 August 1887.

Kingswood Railway Station is on the Western Line of the City Rail network