Homebush Bay – Sydney, Australia’s oldest community, the center of the largest city and capital of New South Wales, is a port city on the southeast coast of the continent. On the southern banks of the famous Parramatta River in Sydney, there is an exotic bay known by the name “Homebush Bay”. The name Homebush Bay usually includes the southern and the western areas of the bay. The region was once the official suburb of Sydney but now it has become the suburbs of Sydney Olympic Park in Wentworth Point. It is also a part of its surrounding suburb- Lidcombe. The central business district of Sydney has this place located 16 kilometres in the west which is the local government area in Auburn city. There are two separate suburbs- Homebush West and Homebush.
The suburbs of Rhodes and of Homebush Bay share an artificial and a natural shoreline on the Parramatta River. The bay is said to be contaminated with some sorts of chemicals like dioxin and other chemicals that belong to Union Carbide group. Because of this reason the bay is banned for fishing for health reasons and some letters were issued by the health advisories to limit the amount of fish eaten by the people from the Parramatta River. DDT, some heavy metals, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, phthalates and even lead are the names of the other contaminants. But 75% of the Dioxin present in the bay was removed in the year 2008 when the river was remediated. The process of remediation was fully completed in the year 2010. The ship is in the middle of the Bay is very popular because of the beauty of the Bay was once a very good all.