Emu Plains is one of the suburbs of Sydney, the State capital of New South Wales (Australia). The suburb is located approximately 58 kilometers west of the Sydney Central Business District and it is a part of the Greater Western Sydney region. Emu Plains was established in the year 1814. In addition, the suburb lies on the western side of the Nepean River, which is located at the foot of the Blue Mountains.
The estimated population in Emu Plains as of 2011 was 8,097 and the postcode of this suburb is 2750. The suburb covers a land area of about 7.92 km2.
Suburbs which are surrounded by Emu Plains are Emu Heights, Glenbrook, Castlereagh, Leonay, Penrith, Jamisontown and Regentville.
Emu Plains has good educational institutions such as Emu Plains Public School and Nepean Creative and Performing Arts High School. Besides, there are other colleges like Catholic primary school, Our Lady of the Way, and high school, McCarthy Catholic College.
Emu Plains offers excellent public transport services predominantly the trains which are operated around few suburbs of Sydney. In addition, the suburb can be easily accessed from Penrith through the Greater Western Highway.