Mascot is a suburb in the Inner-South of Sydney 7 kilometres south of the CBD. Sydney Airport, Australia’s principal airport, is an influential presence. There is also a number of airport hotels in the suburb. The suburb is served by three railway stations on the Airport & South Line. Mascot railway station is located in the residential and business area of the suburb. Under the governance of the Bayside Council, the suburb of Mascot has seen a swift transition from the old industrial preceding’s to a revitalised contemporary suburb.
Primary: St Therese Catholic Primary School
Primary: Mascot Public School
Secondary: J J Cahill Memorial High School
Train: Mascot train station
Bus: These Bus lines near Mascot : 301, 303, 307, 357, 305, 320, 418, 62T8.
CBD: Mascot is 7kms from the CBD
Mascot has a wide range of restaurants like Pitsa Gourmet, Da Mario, Pochito & Ramen Ichiraku
Cafes such as Cupino, Bourke Street Bakery, Mascot Corner & The Renegades.
Parks include L’ Estrange Park and Mascot Memorial Park.
The predominant age group in Mascot is 20-29 years. Households in Mascot are primarily childless couples.
In general, people in Mascot work in a professional occupation.
Currently the median sales price of houses in the area is $1,260,300.
Households are likely to be repaying $3000 – $3999 per month on mortgage repayments.
Currently the median rental for a 2 bedroom apartment in Mascot is $630
49% of Mascot Residents rent properties.
Convenience is one of Mascot’s greatest strengths, offering residents almost everything they need within walking distance. Mascot provides residents with a multitude of shops, stores and clinics that are necessary for everyday living and has an abundance of cafes and restaurants.