The city of Hurstville, located in New South Wales, has ample historical significance. It was reportedly within these boundaries that the first contact between Australian Aborigines and European settlers took place.
Hurstville has continued to attract settlers from around the world, and is currently the home of a swiftly growing Asian population. This suburb has become a major hub of Asian culture and encompasses many Chinese restaurants, grocery shops, and services.
Notable landmarks to visit include the Westfield Hurstville shopping centre on Forest Road, as well as the St Clair Recording Studio, where major recording artists, including the Bee Gees, recorded in the '60s.
With a population of 26,000 and rising, Hurstville attracts many residents interested in enjoying a suburb with a large commercial area, as well as a convenient commute into Sydney. The Hurstville Railway Station offers express trains transporting commuters to the city in approximately 20 minutes.