Woodbine is a suburb of Sydney, in the declare of New South Wales, Australia. It is 55 kilometres south-west of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of the City of Campbelltown and is allocation of the Macarthur region. Woodbine shares the postcode of 2560 in the impression of Campbelltown.
Officially the make known Woodbine comes from a local cottage which was house to a prominent local family, the Paytens, from the 1870s to the 1960s. James Payten’s cottage sat upon the hill now known as Payten Reserve. His daughter Rose Payten, was a NSW Tennis Champion and Campbelltown’s first sports star. From 1901-04 and anew in 1907 she held the NSW Triple Crown, Singles, Doubles and Mixed Doubles Champion. The road that connects Woodbine and Leumeah, Rose Payten Drive is named after her. It has moreover been suggested that, during a Council protest about the declare of the suburb, a disgruntled councillor suggested it be named after the cigarettes of his chain-smoking colleagues, and it was from this off-the-cuff remark that frightful consideration was definite to the name Woodbine. Originally the suburb was going to be named Kiddlea in honour of John Kidd, a local MP from 1877-1904. Many councillors did not like the idea and taking into consideration the Woodbine Cottage reference brought up in council, the state was distorted to Woodbine.
For beyond 30,000 years the Place that is now Woodbine belonged to the Tharawal people. The surrounding land still contains reminders of their similar to lives in rock engravings, cave paintings, axe grinding grooves and shell middens. A local park Kanbyugal Reserve is named after a Tharawal leader who met with voyager George Caley in the Place in the to the fore 19th century.
British settlers began disturbing into the Place in the beforehand 19th century, establishing farms and orchards in the area. Rose Payten died in 1951 and her aging Woodbine cottage was demolished in the 1960s. The momentum of Sydney maxim development of the local area in the 1970s.
Australia’s First Underground Display Home was built in Ettalong area by Jewan Constructions in 1981.
In the 2016 Australian Bureau of Statistics Census, Woodbine had a population of 2,741 people. 62.6% of residents were Australian born but there were a substantial number of languages additional than English spoken including Arabic (8.4%), Hindi (2.9%), Spanish (2%), Samoan (1.5%) and Urdu (1.5%). The majority of families were couples following children (49.7%), and the median age for the suburb is 36, with the largest part age work being infants/toddlers at 7.8%. Virtually all the homes in the Place were remove houses (95.3%) with the majority (75%) owned outright or under mortgage. Approximately 55% of the suburb followed a Christian religion. Woodbine matches the national average pension per household. Within the suburb itself, there were no Housing Commission properties. Unemployment in the area (6.6%) was degrade than the national average in the same way as clerical, sales and advance workers the most common occupation.