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A great place to live

Epping is located approximately 20 kilometres north-west of the Sydney CBD. It is a predominantly residential area, popular with families who have a strong community spirit and take great pride in their home and Australia.

The electorate

The electorate runs from Epping, Eastwood, North Epping and Carlingford in the south through Cheltenham and Beecroft to Cherrybrook and Dural in the north, also taking in parts of Pennant Hills, West Pennant Hills and Castle Hill.

Epping has a population of approximately 73,000 with around 55,000 registered voters.

The seat was created in 1999 after a redistribution of electoral boundaries and covers 31.7 square kilometres.

NSW Electoral Commission

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More information

A number of historical, civic and resident interest groups exist within the Epping electorate including the Epping Civic Trust, Cherrybrook Residents Association and the Beecroft-Cheltenham History Group. Please see below for their respective links.

Epping Civic Trust

Beecroft-Cheltenham History Group

Cherrybrook Residents Association

Brief history of Epping (Hornsby Council)

Around the Electorate

The People

Local News Snapshot

War memorial grant applications open in Epping

War memorial grant applications open in Epping

Member for Epping Dominic Perrottet and Acting Minister for Veterans Geoff Lee have announced applications are now open for Round 2 of the 2019-20 Community War Memorials Fund. The NSW Government...

Local Speeches Snapshot

Community Recognition Statement – Epping Rotary

Community Recognition Statement – Epping Rotary

I recently attended a dinner meeting held at the Epping Club for Epping Rotary. I was hosted by past president Bruce Jacob, as well as Peter Saez and David Taylor from the Epping Club. We were...