Residential suburb west of Parramatta, built on Burramattagal country. It was the site of one of the colony's earliest successful farms worked with convict labour. As the area that grew up around the railway station from 1880, it is distinguished from Old Toongabbie alongside the creeks.

Wentworthville to Sydney 2004

Old Toongabbie and Toongabbie

by John McClymont and Terry Kass, 2010 Creative Commons License

Traditional country of the Darug people, Toongabbie was settled as early as 1792 and quickly became an important farming centre, worked by convicts. Roads and railways shaped the town's growth, as it was increasingly integrated into Sydney's western suburbs.
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Toongabbie demographics

A western view of Toongabbe 1798
North-West T-way Old Windsor Road 2007
Toongabbie Creek, Winston Hills 2006
Local train to Sydney hauled by locomotive 3070 near Toongabbie, 6 October 1947