Time to Sydney CBD, NSW
Train 0.40h
Car 36 mins
Walking 2.42h
Cycling 0.52h

Multicultural village
With a multicultural community, plenty of schools servicing the area and homes ranging from simple apartments to architect-designed houses, Homebush is a great place to put down roots.
Homebush made its mark on the world map during Australia’s hosting of the Olympics in 2000. That particular area has since been named ‘Olympic Park’, but Homebush is a good sport about it.

Flemington market and commute
For those who prefer organic, sustainable produce there are several stores specialising in health food, and Flemington Market is not far away. Homebush Train Station is a sizeable station and although limited stops trains do not stop here, there are services (about two per hour throughout the day and increased services at peak hour). Buses are available, or Flemington, Strathfield and North Strathfield train stations are not far away. Traffic into the city is often congested during peak times, so about a third of locals opt to take the train.
There are shops including a post office and restaurants on Rochester Street and The Crescent near the train station and Homebush Public School (primary). Homebush Boys High School also services the suburb.

Median property price
Homebush 2140

$700 pw

$530 pw