Concord

Suburb Profile

Overview

Known for its village atmosphere, wide streets, and long list of parks and amenities, Concord is one of the most well-rounded and family-friendly suburbs in the inner-west. Families mingle with retirees and young professionals who love Concord’s convenient location to the city and Homebush, and its community feel.

Dubbed the ‘parklands suburb of the inner-west’, Concord is one of the greenest areas in Sydney. The suburb is teeming with well-maintained parks, such as Queen Elizabeth Park, as well as sporting fields and playgrounds for children of all ages. Residents have all the amenities they need at their doorstep, including a prestigious golf club, a library, top-notch medical facilities, and a shopping village. Majors Bay Road is the main commercial precinct; a leafy, lively strip lined with supermarkets, boutiques, salons, workout studios and eateries. There are more shopping options in nearby Drummoyne, Five Dock and Strathfield.

For families, there are excellent schools in the catchment area and a slew of private schools in surrounding suburbs. Concord is easily accessible by public transport. Buses operate throughout the suburb, and there are train stations in Concord West and North Strathfield. For residents who prefer to commute by ferry, Cabarita Wharf runs regular services.

The property market in Concord is dominated by freestanding houses, many of which sit on large blocks. The suburb is also dotted with apartment blocks, terraces and semi-detached homes in a mix of post-war, modern and heritage styles. 

Schools servicing the Concord area:

Concord High School

Concord Public School

Mortlake Public School

St Mary’s Primary School

Distance from Sydney CBD:

12.5km

Transport:

Buses run regularly through the suburb, and there are train stations in Concord West and North Strathfield. Sydney Ferries operates services to nearby Cabarita Wharf.

Amenities:

Bayview Park

Central Park

Concord Bowling Club

Concord Golf Club

Concord Oval

Concord Library

Concord Repatriation General Hospital

Edwards Park and Playground

Henley Park

Howes Park

Queen Elizabeth Park

Events:

Business Networking Luncheon – each Friday, Concord Golf Club hosts a networking event for its members in the community

Concord Carnival – an annual family fun day at Greenlees Park

Concord Farmers Market – a market selling fresh, seasonal produce on the first and third Sunday of the month

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