Glossodia is a semi-rural suburb of Sydney, in
the state of New South Wales, Australia.
Glossodia is located 68 kilometres north-
west of the Sydney central business district in
the local government area of the City of
According to the 2011 census, there were 2,856
residents in Glossodia. The majority of people
(86%) were born in Australia and the most
common self-identified ancestries were
Australian (34%) and English (30%). The top
religious affiliations were Anglican 34.4% and
Catholic 27.4%. Family households (86.6%)
were the most common type of household,
followed by single households (11.7%) and
group households (1.7%)
The suburb is home to Glossodia Public School.
The area includes a day care centre, shops, and
soccer fields, all within walking distance of the
school. It is also the location of the Sydney
Guide Dog Centre.