Appin is a town in the Macarthur Region of New
South Wales, Australia in Wollondilly Shire. An industrial area has been
established to the south of Appin. The
Appin Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade (now known
as the Appin Rural Fire Service) was formed in
1944; Joe D'Arcy was its first Captain. Appin has a Playgroup; a
Mobile PreSchool; a Community Hall, two
sportsgrounds, and an off-leash area for
companion animals near Wonson Oval. It is
situated about 16 kilometres south of
Campbelltown and 35 kilometres north west of
Completed in 1995, which supplies the Camden,
Campbelltown and Wollondilly areas. On Census Night 2006, Appin had
a population of 1,756 people.
The Wollondilly Mobile Library visits the
township weekly. Inghams Enterprises operate several
factory farms. Here also is
the Macarthur Water Treatment Plant. The current Fire Shed was opened in 2002.
The coal mines continue to be a major
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