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Liverpool Migration Heritage Trail

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Liverpool prides itself on being a cosmopolitan, vibrant and harmonious community. Since the early days of settlement, Liverpool’s population has been comprised of a variety of cultural and linguistic backgrounds.

To this day, Liverpool retains its diversity and has one of the highest number of overseas born people in Australia, with more than 46 per cent of people speaking a language other than English.

The Liverpool Migration Heritage Trail is part of a fantastic project showcasing and celebrating our rich cultural heritage. The trail, with panels permanently installed in 11 locations across the Liverpool Local Government Area, takes you on an exciting historical journey through our local area.

It traces our early history from Maria Lock, a member of the Darug people, through to our more recent history such as the public chess board in the heart of Liverpool City and the Buddhist temple in Rossmore.

The first of its kind in South West Sydney, the trail also recognises and celebrates the contributions that migrants have made towards the development and growth of our city.

Experience the journey for yourself and discover Liverpool’s cultural heritage today.

Wendy Waller
Mayor, Liverpool City Council


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