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Hurstville railway station entrance

Hurstville is a suburb in southern Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It is 16 kilometres south of the Sydney CBD and is part of the St George area. Hurstville is the administrative centre of the local government area of the Georges River Council.

Hurstville has become a central business district for the southern suburbs of Sydney. It is a large, multiethnic suburb with a multitude of commercial buildings and high-rise residential buildings dominating the skyline. Hurstville has two major shopping centres, Westfield Hurstville and Hurstville Central. There are also a few smaller shopping centres such as Hurstville Times Plaza, East Quarter, Metro Centre, Union Arcade and Hurstville Arcade (formerly Jolleys Arcade and Woolworths Arcade).

Hurstville railway station is a major station on the Illawarra line of the Sydney Trains network. All Suburban and all Intercity trains stop at Hurstville. Hurstville is 20 minutes from Sydney Central railway station on the express service.


Rockdale Plaza drive

View of the city

Within its boundaries, the City of Rockdale is home to a diverse spectrum of commercial, residential, industrial, and natural landscapes – plus, of course, a vibrant mix of people.

The City of Rockdale has an estimated population of 103,164. As a multicultural area, around 55% of our residents come from a non-English speaking background. Languages spoken in our community include Arabic, Chinese, Greek, Italian, Macedonian and Spanish. The area is attractive to new residents and business owners for many reasons, not merely its proximity to the centre of Sydney. It is well serviced by buses (public and private) and trains (travelling along the Illawarra and East Hills railway lines), and major roads such as the Princes Highway and General Holmes Drive.

The City of Rockdale has several commercial centres – Rockdale, Bexley, Arncliffe, Brighton Le Sands, Kingsgrove and Ramsgate – and three notable industrial areas (Arncliffe, Rockdale and Kogarah).

Brighton Le Sands

Brighton-Le-Sands Beach

Beach-front dining

A relatively quiet and reserved suburb of Sydney, Brighton-Le-Sands is home to a large Greek-Australian community, and is an attractive draw card for young couples due to the vibrancy of its culture and its beachside location.

Located right on Botany Bay sits the quaint and peaceful suburban beach of Bright Le Sands Beach . Also known as Lady Robinsons Beach, the local aquatic attraction is the symbolic home to many beach-goers and summer lovers in the local region. A major attraction to the area, the crystal clear waters of Botany Bay provide a glorious setting for family events and activities such as barbecues, picnics, functions and get togethers.

As a prominent and flourishing residential area of Sydney, Brighton Le Sands is subsequently home to a variety of different parks and recreational areas. Important for growth in the community and for the foundations of community spirit, the upkeep of the local parks and playing fields has become a genuine interest to the citizens of Brighton Le Sands. The Brighton Memorial Playing Fields is one such locale which takes pride of place within the hearts of the locals. An ideal day out for a multitude of fun and exciting activities, The Brighton Memorial Playing Fields are an activity-gem to the locals and tourists of Brighton Le Sands.


Kogarah Fair

Annual Charity Bed Race

Kogarah is a suburb of southern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Kogarah is located 14 kilometres south of the Sydney central business district and is considered to be the centre of the St George area.

Kogarah’s main shopping area is located around Kogarah railway station on Railway Parade, Regent Street and on the opposite side of the railway line on Station Street. The commercial area also extends to surrounding streets such as Montgomery and Belgrave Streets. Kogarah Town Centre is a shopping centre on Railway Parade. This commercial area includes the St. George Bank national headquarters in a large office building in Montgomery Street, which is a large employer in the area. Many high rise apartment buildings have also been built around the commercial area in recent years. The noted builder, James Goyen, had his works depot at 18 Montgomery Street, and later at 4 Montgomery Street. He built the original building of what was, for many years, the St George Technical College (now a campus of the Sydney Institute of TAFE).


Sans Souci


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Sans Souci is a southern Sydney suburb. Sans Souci is 17 kilometres south of the Sydney central business district and lies across the local government areas of the Bayside Council and the Georges River Council. It is part of the St George area.

Sans Souci sits on the western shore of Botany Bay. Lady Robinsons Beach and Cook Park run along the eastern border. Kogarah Bay runs along the western border. Sans Souci is connected to Taren Point, in the Sutherland Shire, to the south, by the Captain Cook Bridge over the Georges River.

Sans Souci is a mostly residential area. A shopping strip is located on Rocky Point Road, near the intersection of Sandringham St, including the Sans Souci Shopping Village, The Party People, various fast food outlets and the post office. Another small group of shops is located at the intersection of Clareville Avenue and Russell Avenue, on the border with Dolls Point and Sandringham. It includes Sans Souci Library and a variety of small shops and retailers. Two primary schools are located in the suburb: Sans Souci Public and St Finbars.