Chullora, a suburb of local government areas City of Bankstown and the Municipality of Strathfield, is located 15 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It is part of the Greater Western Sydney region.
Chullora is essentially an industrial area with many factories and warehouses, including Tip Top Bakeries and the OfficeMax Sydney warehouse at the Chullora Business Park. Chullora also houses the printing plants for Sydney newspapers and magazines. Fairfax Printers print The Sydney Morning Herald and The Sun-Herald and the News Limited Printers print The Australian, The Daily Telegraph and The Sunday Telegraph. Chullora is also home to the headquarters of Dick Smith Electronics. A Big Bicycle is located outside the Chullora Recycling Centre and is a roadside attraction. In 2011 Volkswagen Group Australia opened their new national headoffice on Muir road, complete with a parts distribution centre.
Chullora Market Place is a shopping centre on Waterloo Road that features a variety of stores, ranging from large retail outlets to independent small businesses. The centre features 50 shops, and major stores include Big W, Woolworths, Aldi and The Reject Shop.