Suburb Profiles


Modern living at its best. Rhodes offers supreme convenience with  vibrant shopping centres, rail links and easy access to major arterial roads.  Modern architecture, waterfront parklands and recreation facilities make this a sanctuary in today’s busy world.  Only half an hour by train  for those working in the CBD, Parramatta and Macquarie Park,  Rhodes is fast becoming a hub for busy professionals, young families and downsizers. 


With a central parkland and a host of recreation facilities at its core, Liberty Grove is an established community within easy reach of Rhodes shopping precinct and Concord West village. Liberty Grove opened in 1998. It was built  to cater for the increasing number of people buying investment properties in Sydney in the lead up to the Sydney 2000 Olympics.  Now, families and young professionals enjoy the convenience, security  and modern architecture of this suburb offering views over Homebush Bay, Olympic Park and beyond.


Combining waterfront living, a range of transport options including ferry and rail, Meadowbank offers both a small, well established shopping strip near the rail station and a newly established shopping centre in the Shepherd’s Bay development. Meadowbank TAFE is situated on the east side of the station and is a major educational institution. With a range options from bungalows in quiet residential streets, to modern apartment buildings overlooking the Parramatta river and older style apartments near sweeping parklands, this diverse suburb is peaceful, yet accessible.


Only 16 km from the CBD, Wentworth Point is rapidly emerging as a desirable destination for young professionals, families, retirees and investors. Embraced by Homebush Bay, Parramatta River and parklands, and characterised by high quality apartments with ready access to a ferry service to the CBD, and a short stroll or bus ride to Rhodes station over Bennelong Bridge. Marina Square is a vibrant dining and retail hub.  The Piazza offers relaxed dining options, the Pulse recreation club boasts gym, tennis courts, pools, library and function rooms.  With a local school recently established, young families are gravitating to the friendly, modern community. An array of recreation facilities at nearby Sydney Olympic Park, and bicycle trails through Bicentennial Park are drawcards for those wanting a balanced lifestyle.


Purpose built for the Sydney 2000 Olympic games, Sydney Olympic Park boasts first class recreational and sporting facilities, plus an emerging business precinct. A prestige residential precinct is fast evolving which takes advantage of the sweeping views of the city skyline to the East to the Blue Mountains in the west.  With private tertiary educational facilities, this suburb boasts ready access to arterial roads and will soon have rail and bus links beyond compare.