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Merrylands is located 25 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district and is in the local government area of the Cumberland Council. Merrylands was named after the former English home of Arthur Todd Holroyd (1806–1887), who acquired land in this area in 1855 and who gave his name to the adjoining suburb of Holroyd.

Merrylands has a commercial area around Merrylands railway station. Stockland Merrylands is a shopping centre with supermarkets, discount department stores and specialty shops.

The Merrylands railway station is serviced by the Airport, Inner West & South Line and the Cumberland Line of the Sydney Trains network. There is unlimited parking for commuters. It is on the bus route from Liverpool to Parramatta. Main transport corridors of Woodville Rd (Parramatta-Hume Hwy, Western Motorway M4 (Mountains to the sea). Other main roads include Coleman St (to Westmead Hospital), Hawkesview Rd (rail overbridge to Woodville Rd), Neil St (rail overbridge to Woodville Rd), Pitt St (to Parramatta), Lois St and Excelsior St (to Granville).

Merrylands has a temperate climate, with hot summers and mild winters. The average summer maximum temperature is 27.9 °C, but hot north-westerly winds can cause temperatures to rise to +40 °C. The highest temperature recorded in the Merrylands area was 45.5 °C on 18 January 2013. The average winter maximum temperature is 18.1 °C, however, +27 °C days have occurred, mostly in August. The coldest temperature recorded was −1.0 °C on 12 July 2002. The average yearly rainfall is 830.5mm.