Eastern Suburbs Region

The Eastern Suburbs describes the metropolitan area directly to the east and south-east of the Sydney central business district in Sydney and extends from the peninsula of South Head at Watsons Bay in the north to La Perouse at Botany Bay in the South. The largest commercial areas in the Eastern Suburbs are found at Bondi Junction, North Randwick, Maroubra and Double Bay. The Eastern Suburbs features some of Sydney's well-known beaches such as Bondi Beach, Bronte Beach and Maroubra Beach.

Includes the following suburbs:

Bellevue Hill Coogee Kensington Queens Park
Bondi Double Bay Kingsford Randwick
Bondi Junction Eastgardens Maroubra Rushcutters Bay
Botany Eastlakes Mascot Waverley
Bronte Edgecliff Pagewood Woollahra
Clovelly Elizabeth Bay Potts Point  


Inner West Region

The Inner West describes the metropolitan area directly to the west of the Sydney central business district. The suburbs of the inner west are predominantly located along the southern shore of Port Jackson (Parramatta River), stretching south to the shores of the Cooks River. The suburbs within the region are characterised by medium to high-density housing and include some of the older constructions in Sydney such as the terrace houses.

Includes the following suburbs:

Annandale Drummoyne Petersham Sydenham
Ashfield Enmore Rhodes Tempe
Camperdown Marrickville Stanmore Ultimo
Chiswick Meadowbank Strathfield  


Lower North Shore Region

The Lower North Shore is over 80 square kilometers in area and encompasses all of the northern shore of Sydney Harbour stretching from the Lane cove River in the west to Middle Head (Mosman) in the east and includes Mosman, Kirribilli and Longueville. The region is home to hundreds of parks and reserves, including Sydney Harbour National Park and the Lane Cove National Park. Significant commercial and retail centres on the Lower North Shore include North Sydney, Crows Nest, St Leonards and Neutral Bay.

Includes the following suburbs:

Neutral Bay
St Leonards


St George Region

St George Area (also known as St George District or St George Region) is an unofficial name applied to a group of southern suburbs in Sydney. The biggest commercial areas in the St George Region are located at Hurstville, Kogarah and Rockdale. Hurstville is the largest central business district in this region and features Westfield Hurstville. The area includes all the suburbs in the local government areas of the City of Hurstville, the City of Rockdale and the Municipality of Kogarah. The eastern boundary of the district is Lady Robinson Beach on Botany Bay.

Includes the following suburbs:

Wolli Creek


Sydney CBD and Fringe Region

Sydney is the largest and most populous city in Australia and the state capital of New South Wales. The City of Sydney itself covers a fairly small area comprising the central business district and its neighbouring inner-city suburbs. Sydney has a reputation as an international centre for commerce, arts, fashion, culture, entertainment, music, education and tourism. Shopping locations in Sydney include Pitt Street, George Street, King Street, Market Street, and Castlereagh Street, shopping complexes such as the Queen Victoria Building and Westfield Sydney, arcades such as The Strand Arcade and Mid City Centre, and department stores such as Myer and David Jones.

Includes the following suburbs:

Alexandria Erskineville Paddington Surry Hills
Chippendale Glebe Pyrmont Sydney
Forest Lodge Haymarket Rosebery Woolloomooloo
Darlinghurst Redfern St Peters Zetland
Darlington Newtown Waterloo  


Upper North Shore Region

The Upper North Shore refers to the suburbs from Chatswood north, east of the Lane cove river and south of the uppermost border of the Ku-ring-gai council area. The area is known for its clean leafy streets, stately homes and high property prices. Chatswood is one of the largest retail areas. It is home to large shopping centres such as Westfield Chatswood, Chatswood Chase and apartment towers such as The Sebel.

Includes the following suburbs: