Raby is a suburb of Sydney, in the state of New
South Wales, Australia 55 kilometres south-
west of the Sydney central business district, in
the local government area of the City of
Campbelltown. The first land releases in Raby were
located between three roads named in honour
of famous fighter planes - Mustang Drive,
Sopwith Avenue and Spitfire Drive. It is part of the Macarthur
As a suburb of Campbelltown, Raby began to
be developed as private subdivisions in the
late 1970s. This
was not only the name of a farm which stood
on the site in the 1970s, but was also the name
of the Landcom estate that saw the creation
of nearby streets.. As late as March 1992, Council was
allocating additional street names such as
Arrow Place and Skyfarmer Place on the site
of the old Heathfield Public School which is
adjacent to the Raby Shopping Complex. By the early
1990s, most of the suburb had been completed,
although a few pockets were still being
released. In 1978, the City of Campbelltown
Council decided to use "airplanes of the world"
as its theme to name the new streets being
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