INTRO

HURSTVILLE
SUBURB PROFILE

Located in the heart of St George Region, Hurstville NSW 2220 is a major suburb in the Southern District of Sydney due to its convenient access to not only the CBD but also the Eastern Suburbs in the North and the Illawarra region to the South.

Best known as one of the most amenity rich suburbs in Sydney, Hurstville NSW has plenty of options for shopping, dining and services. It’s also one of the most mono-cultural, being home to the highest proportion of Chinese people of any suburb in Australia.

With so much more on offer, there is plenty to explore in this family-friendly neighbourhood.

SERVICES PROVIDED

LOCATION

Belongs to the local government area of Georges River, Hurstville NSW 2220 is a bustling central area that is quite a contrast to the rest of its streetscape, which is largely 

residential and home to the large, freestanding houses or mid-rise apartment towers. It is a safe location with excellent public transport connectivity. 

The key to Hurstville’s convenience is its public transport. As the main station on Sydney’s T4 rail network, there is no shortage of trains to Sydney CBD. The nearby M4 motorway, King Georges Road or the Princes Highway connect residents to all parts of Sydney quickly and conveniently by bus or car.

pEOPLE

Hurstville has always been popular with immigrants and currently has a large Chinese community.  The Asian community here is thriving so there is a wide range of food, people, and culture.

The main residences of Hurstville includes Professionals, Families with kids, Retirees and Students. Office workers and professionals enjoy an easy commute to the city within 30min while some work in the offices in Hurstville themself. Families enjoy the huge Hurstville Westfield and having everyone home in time for dinner.

LIFESTYLE

With plenty of shopping, entertainment and activities right at your doorstep, Hurstville strikes the balance between city amenities and family-friendly living. 

Very few suburbs capture the multicultural vibrancy of Sydney, quite like Hurstville. From the many diverse backgrounds of its residents, a harmonious, tight-knit and family-oriented community has emerged. Cultural celebrations, street fairs and community events are actively organised by residents and the council alike, making it easy for residents to feel welcomed into this thriving hub.

At the centre of Hurstville’s CBD you have it all, a major public transport hub, Westfield shopping centre, medical facilities, gyms, restaurants, and entertainment. But step away from this urban strip and you’ll find quiet, leafy streets, picturesque parks, and playgrounds

KEY STATS

REGION

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POPULATION

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TIME TO CBD

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nEAREST TRAIN STATION

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MEDIAN PROPERTY PRICE

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MEDIAN RENTAL PRICE

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LOCATION

Prominently positioned just 17 kms South of the Sydney CBD, residences will enjoy a true sense of community living.

Hurstville is bounded by Stoney Creek Road and Irene Crescent in the north, Croydon Road, Botany Street, the suburb of Carlton and Lily Lane in the east, the railway line, Woids Avenue, First Avenue, Cole Street, Salisbury Street and Halstead Street in the south, and Poulton Creek, Hillcrest Avenue and King Georges Road in the west.

 

The 2020 Estimated Resident Population for Hurstville (total) is 33,122, with a population density of 8,050 persons per square km.

 

  • LGA: Georges River

  • Boundaries:

    • Key to the memorial: Historical landmark

    • Hurstville Plaza: One-stop business hub, new developments in progress (see infrastructure)

    • The Welcome Wall: Historical landmark, showing the story of modern Australia’s social diversity

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12 mins to Dolls Pint

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13 mins to Brighton Le Sands Beach

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25 min to CBD

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13 min to Sydney Airport

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18 min to Ikea Tempe

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25 min to Royal National Park

PEOPLE

lifestyle

Hurstville’s location and connectivity are extremely advantageous. The suburb is located to the south-west of Sydney’s CBD. This provides it with the ability to easily access not only the city, but also many other desired areas of Sydney.