Shopping, culture, family-friendly living and just under an hours commute to the Sydney CBD, South Hurstville is a lively inner-city suburb popular with families and the thriving multiethnic community that makes up a large portion of its demographic.
Located 22 kilometres south of Sydney, South Hurstville is part of the St George area and has a population of just under 5,000 residents making it significantly smaller than its sister suburb of Hurstville, which has a population of over 26,000. Bordered by Connells Point, Blakehurst and Allawah, South Hurstville’s location is one of its most promising features. With popular Ramsgate Beach just six kilometres away, the banks of scenic Georges River two minutes to the south, and two major shopping centres within easy reach, South Hurstville is a convenient hub.
Residential development in South Hurstville is a mix of low- and medium-density housing with plenty of new apartment developments continually under way. While neighbouring Connells Point, Kyle Bay and Blakehurst enjoy waterfront properties along Georges River, South Hurstville’s landscape has more of a contemporary urban feel.
With all the amenities you could need from an inner-city borough, including South Hurstville Shopping Centre, bustling King Georges Road, well-known Kings Head Tavern and numerous primary and secondary schools, South Hurstville is a convenient city-away-from-the-city.
Hurstville South Public School
St. Raphael’s Catholic Primary School
Hurstville Boys High School
Hurstville Public School
22km from Sydney
25km from Bondi Beach
Sydney Buses operate daily bus services
Sydney Trains operate daily train services from Hurstville Station