Hurstville

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 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.

THE BEST OF HURSTVILLE

Belongs to the local government area of Georges River, Hurstville is a bustling central area that is quite a contrast to the rest of its streetscape. Hurstville is largely residential, home to the large, freestanding houses or mid-rise apartment towers. 

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.

Hurstville has always been famous for its large Asian and Chinese community – another Sydney Chinatown in the south. Ranging from delicious Cantonese Yum cha to Chinese cuisine, boba and authentic Asian grocery stores, Hurstville has it all. 

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 themselves. 

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

Hurstville captures the multicultural vibrancy of Sydney with its tight-knit and family-oriented community. 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

St George

POPULATION

33,122

TIME TO CBD

25-30 min

NEAREST TRAIN STATION

Hurstville

MEDIAN PROPERTY PRICE

House: $1,678,000
Unit: $657,560

MEDIAN RENTAL PRICE

House: $580 PW
Unit: $450 PW

Location

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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.

  • LGA: Georges River
  • Boundaries - Key Landmarks:
    • Key To The Memorial
    • Hurstville Plaza
    • The Welcome Wall

Connectivity

12MIN

To Dolls Pint

13MIN

To Brighton Le Sands Beach

25MIN

To CBD

13MIN

To Sydney Airport

18MIN

To Ikea Tempe

12MIN

To Royal National Park

People

Lifestyle

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Located to the south-west of Sydney’s CBD, Hurstville provides easy access to not only the city but also many other desired areas of Sydney.

Amenities

Schools / Education

Hurstville Grove Infants School

Hurstville South Public School 

Connells Point Public School 

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School 

Georges River College Oatley Senior Campus 

Marist Catholic College Penshurst

Bethany College

Danebank Anglican School for Girls

St George Christan School

Carinya School

Woniora Road School

Aspect South East Sydney School, Hurstville

Healthcare

Hospital

Hurstville Private Hospital 

Waratah Private Hospital

St George Hospital

Medical Centre

Hurstville City Medical Centre

MedFirst Medical Centre

Hurstville Medical Practice

MedFirst Medical Centre

Other health professionals

Dr Zhang’s Medical Centre

Criniti Medical Practice

Bupa Hurstville

Back 2 Active Healthcare

Retail Precincts

Westfield Hurstville is the flagship here, as a major retail shopping centre that covers all the main big-box chains like Coles, Woolworths, Big W and Kmart, and a wide range of dining options on the roof, leading to the cinemas.

One-stop service with plenty of shops ranging from banking, to dental, to computer supplies and everything in between.

Located around the train station, Hurstville is a central hub that features a diverse range of  restaurants, supermarkets, pharmacists, and other assorted services, making it ideal for your everyday life.

Suburb Market Report

Hurstville has a median property value growth of 14.14% for the past year and 16.96% growth within a five year period, which is higher than average compared to surrounding Sydney suburbs. While new developments and pop-up residential buildings continue to rise around the city centre, Hurstville is sure going to grow into an even more dynamic suburb

MEDIAN

House: $1,678,000
Unit: $657,560

MEDIAN RENTAL PRICE

House: $580 PW
Unit: $450 PW

MEDIAN RENTAL YIELD

House: 1.8%
Unit: 3.6%

VACANCY RATE

2.97%

ANNUAL GROWTH RATE

House: 3.0%
Unit: -2.2%

NUMBER OF PROPERTIES LISTED

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