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Telopea is located 23 kilometres north-west of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of the City of Parramatta. The suburb is bordered by Kissing Point Road to the south and Pennant Hills Road to the north.

Telopea is named from Telopea speciosissima, the New South Wales waratah, a plant that was abundant in the area before it was colonised and which became the floral emblem of New South Wales.

Telopea railway station is on the Carlingford Line of the Sydney Trains network. The area is serviced by Sydney Buses route 545. A conversion of the Camellia to Carlingford section of the Carlingford railway line to light rail was announced in 2015 as part of the Parramatta Light Rail project. At the 2011 census, only 18.4% of employed people travelled to work on public transport and 65.1% by car (either as driver or as passenger).

Telopea is mainly low to low-medium density housing with most of the dwellings having been built after the Second World War. The suburb is bisected by the Carlingford railway line with most of the medium-density housing lying adjacent to the train line. Telopea contains a large tract of bushland on its western edge, backing onto the Oatlands golf course. The bushland, the Vineyard Creek Reserve as it is known contains a spring-fed creek and has several waterfalls on its course before it disappears beneath Kissing Point road to the south. The creek and the bushland are protected as environmental areas.