Bankstown is one of the suburbs in Sydney, in the state of New South Wales in Australia. The place is located 20 km west of the Sydney Central Business District (CBD). The estimated population in Bankstown was 30,572 and the postcode of this area is 2200. Suburbs which are surrounded by Bankstown are Yagoona, Condell Park, Revesby, Chullora, Greenacre, Mount Lewis Puncbowl, Riverwood and Padstow.

Climate conditions and Geology in Bankstown

Bankstown experiences a humid subtropical climate and the weather is almost similar to the Western Sydney. During the summer, the temperature hovers around 24 degrees Celsius whereas in the winter, the temperature drops to 10 degrees Celsius. The average recorded rainfall throughout the year is about 870mm, in which the month of February holds a maximum amount of precipitation with a figure of 107mm. Sometime in the night time, the temperature drops below freezing point (0 degrees Celsius).

Tourist attractions in Bankstown

Bankstown has some splendid tourist attractions, predominantly the Australia by air, Australian Aviation Museum and The Red Baron. In addition to this, Bankstown has some lovely parks such as McLeod Reserve, Paul Keating Park and Bankstown City Gardens. Particularly the Bankstown city gardens encompass unseen floras and rose garden.