Kogarah is one of Sydney’s middle-class heartlands. Property tends to be neighbourhoods of houses and medium density developments, with high-rise near stations and shopping centres. The CBD is a reasonably short train ride on the Eastern Suburbs and Illawarra Line, giving access to the CBD and Eastern Suburbs in the North, and Cronulla and the Illawarra region to the south. Proximity to the airport makes the area particularly popular with people who work there. Access to Botany Bay and the Georges River, a multitude of parks, open up a myriad of family-friendly recreational opportunities.
Primary: Kogarah public school
Primary: St Partrick’s Catholic Primary School
Secondary: St George Girls High School
Secondary: Kogarah High School
Secondary: Moorefield Girls High School
Secondary: James Cook Boys High School
Train: Kogarah Station
Bus: These Bus lines stop near Kogarah: 455, 947, 958, 422.
CBD: Kogarah is 14kms from the CBD
Kogarah Town Centre.
Cafes such as Ethos Coffee Community, Culture Bean, Kafé Neo & Kaimaki.
Parks include Hogben Park and Civic Avenue Reserve.
The predominant age group in Kogarah is 30-39 years. Households in Kogarah are primarily Couple family with children.
In general, people in Kogarah work in a professional occupation.
Currently the median sales price of houses in the area is $1,150,000.
Households are likely to be repaying $1800 – $2399 per month on mortgage repayments.
Currently, the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment in Kogarah is $500 per week.
50% of people residing in Kogarah rent properties.
Kogarah is a great suburb with a lot of good facilities. The suburb has a shopping centre, two hospitals, as well as a range of restaurants and shops. The people are friendly and the close proximity to the city, M5, Princess Highway making it easy to get places.