Black town is one of the suburbs in the greater western Sydney of the New South Wales state. The suburb is located 35kilometers west of the central business district, Sydney. The estimated population as of the 2011 census was 43, 350 and the postcode of this suburb is 2148. Moreover, this place is the largest suburb in New South Wales and it is regarded as one of the best multicultural place in Sydney. Suburbs which are surrounded by Black town are maroon, Kings Park, Kings Langley, Woodcroft Doonside, Eastern Creek, Prospect, Lalor Park seven hills and Arndell Park. Apart from this, the suburb has a major shopping centre, a number of small shops, restaurants and hotels.

Climate conditions in Blacktown

The suburb has experienced a warm and temperate climate and gets the abundant rainfall even during the driest month. The average temperature in Black town hovers around 17.5 degrees Celsius. The place receives the average rainfall of about 900mm.

Tourist attractions in Blacktown

Black town has some of the beautiful tourist spots such as a Featherdale wildlife park, Blacktown visitor information and Heritage centre, Chang Lee Yuan Chinese gardens, Nurragingy reserve, Emerton Leisure centre, Rouse hill regional park etc.