Skip to Content
My Community Directory

We Found You!!

We have located you in the region.

Navigate to the view diary button to switch to a diary at this location.

You can change directories at any time by clicking on the Choose a Region button

Carlingford, New South Wales

Carlingford image

Carlingford is located approximately 15 kilometres northwest of Sydney in the Shire of Baulkham Hills. In the early years of European settlement the area was known as Mobbs Hill after William Mobbs an early settler. Carlingford probably received its name to honour Lord Carlingford who was Under-secretary of State for the Colonies from 1857 to 1860. His title is associated with the town of Carlingford in Ireland. The name was suggested by Frederick Cox who heard one of his employees describe the similarities between Mobbs Hill and the scenery of Carlingford in Ireland. Residents voted for the name in 1886. Carlingford is an attractive suburban destination comprising two shopping centres, restaurants, a variety of accommodation and it is located within easy reach of the city via the M2 Motorway. The town also has a railway station and bus networks providing access to the city and Parramatta.

Need help using the website?

For help on how to use this website click on the Get Help button.

If you are trying to contact an organisation listed here please use the methods supplied by the organisation.

Get Help Send an email enquiry to the My Community Directory support team or search the knowledge base about this website. Note that this will open in a new window