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In Sydney’s St George region, Hurstville is a standout favourite – a vibrant business and entertainment hub, a strong multicultural community, and quick access to sprawling parklands and Georges River – all within a half hour commute to Sydney’s CBD. With all this and so much more on offer, there is plenty to explore in this family-friendly neighbourhood.
One of Hurstville’s biggest drawcards is its strong multicultural community. Delicious eateries, restaurants and cafes are in abundance, most of which centres around the main shopping district – Westfields, which spans across three city blocks, and Hurstville Central. All the big name brands and smaller shopping boutiques have a presence here, catering to the growing families in and around the Hurstville area. And although there has been plenty of development, there remain heritage buildings that speak of a bygone era and keeps the area connected to its roots.
There is no sign of development slowing down with high-rise apartments continuing to pop up around the central hub. Away from the bustle are tree-lined streets filled with low-density apartments and double brick homes with fenced-in yards. Families are spoiled for choice with established public and private schools in abundance. Parklands are sprinkled throughout, with plenty more green space to explore in neighbouring suburbs.
And although Hurstville has its own private hospital, just down the road in Kogarah is the area’s largest medical facilities with St George Hospital and St George Private Hospital. Then there is the ease of commuting in and out of the region. Hurstville is a major transport hub with express trains having you in the heart of Sydney CBD in under 30 minutes, while Hurstville’s bus interchange provides greater connectivity to surrounding suburbs – over to the shorelines of Botany Bay and Georges River.
There is a lot to Hurstville, its bustling at all times of day, and that’s the way locals like it.
Hurstville Adventist School
Hurstville Boys High School
St George Christian School
Danebank Anglican Girls School
Sydney Technical High School
Hurstville Public School
Beverly Hills Public School
St Mary’s Star of the Sea Catholic School
Hurstville Grove Infants School
16km from Sydney CBD
Hurstville Train Station on the Illawarra Line
Hurstville Private Hospital
Hurstville City Library
Hurstville Museum and Gallery
Hurstville Aquatic Leisure Centre
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