Renowned as one of Sydney’s most livable areas, St George is located to the south of the city, approximately 10 kilometres from the CBD. The St George area encompasses 35 suburbs and stretches along the coast of Botany Bay from Keeymagh to Sandringham. To the west, St George extends to Salt Pan Creek and the M5 East Freeway to the north.

The suburbs which form St George are Allawah, Arncliffe, Banksia, Bardwell Valley, Bexley, Bexley North, Beverley Park, Beverly Hills, Blakehurst, Brighton-Le-Sands, Carlton, Carss Park, Connells Point, Hurstville, Hurstville Grove, Kingsgrove, Kogarah, Kogarah Bay, Kyeemagh, Kyle Bay, Lugarno, Monterey, Mortdale, Narwee, Oatley, Peakhurst, Peakhurst Heights, Penshurst, Ramsgate, Ramsgate Beach, Riverwood, Rockdale, Sandringham, Sans Souci, South Hurstville.

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Extensive trains and buses can be used to get around the St George area and beyond. There are also ferry services which connect to the city.


St George is very popular for families, with this demographic making up approximately 58% of the population. There are ample open spaces throughout the area; notably Carss Bush Park, Kogarah Park and Rockdale Park. The St George area also borders the Georges River National Park, which is great for a family day trip to enjoy a picnic or BBQ, take a long walk, go fishing or take the boat out. For those who do have a boat, there is a local marina at St George. Along with ample green space, St George is also popular with families as a result of the rich artistic and cultural events held at Hurtsville Museum and Art Gallery and Hurtsville Entertainment Centre. Each year in September and October, Hurtsville also becomes home to an annual showcase of local creative and community culture — The Discovery Festival. Along with many fresh produce and artisan markets and community events, there’s something for everyone all year round.

Bordering Botany Bay means the St George area has a lot of beautiful coastlines, giving residents a ‘beachside suburb’ lifestyle while still being within commuting distance to the city. There are also many restaurants and bars lining the esplanades: it’s the perfect spot to be wined and dined.

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A significant amount of development is currently planned for Kogarah as part of the ‘New City Plan’. This plan aims to expand the city to meet the forecast demand and growth in population by 2031, so development will be rolled out over multiple stages over the next decade. You can read more about the ‘New City Plan’ here.


There are several public primary and secondary government-run schools in the are to service a large number of families who call St George home. The most highly recommended public school in the region is Sans Souci Public School, located on Rocky Point Road. There are also a number of Catholic schools in the area, most of which cater from K–12. The most highly-recommended private school is St Finbar’s. As well as co-ed schools, there are also many single-gender schools in the region, including — all-boys schools — Georges River College, James Cook Boys Technology High School and Marist Brothers High School as well as — all-girls schools — Bethany College, Moorefield Girls High School and St George Girls High School.

Location & Transport

The St George region of Sydney is located approximately 40 minutes drive from the city and only 15 minutes from the airport, make the area ideal for commuters and FIFO workers. While the area is mostly residential, there are also key commercial areas in the area which are located at Hurtsville, Kogarah and Rockdale. Hurtsville is the largest CBD in the south Sydney area, with many key businesses operating from this area. By car, the area is serviced by the South Western Motorway and the Princess Highway as well as the busy King Georges Road.

The public transport system in St George is very well connected, both by train and by bus. The Illawarra Line runs throughout St George and the South Coast Line and Airport Line both also operate frequent services which connect to the city.