Beverly Hills is one of the many southern Sydney suburbs in NSW sharing the same postcode with Narwee and Lugarno of 2209. It is located about 17km from the south side of Sydney CBD and is well known for it’s variety of restaurants, cafes, as well as a movie theatre positioned in the center of action.
No major changes has happened to this local area in the last 20 years, although new restaurants and other local businesses come and go on the main road of King Georges Road. Due to it’s proximity to other large suburbs such as Hurstville (2.9km away), Beverly Hills has seen a rise in house, apartment and unit prices throughout the years.
Born Overseas: 50.6%
No. of Families: 2757
Average Household Income: $1549 per week
Fully Owned Home: 39%
Mortgage Owned Home: 30.1%
Rental Home: 27.5%
Median Mortgage Repayment: $2167 per month
Median Rent Payment: $450 per week
* Suburb Profile Data from Census 2016
This is the map outlining the suburb of where Beverly Hills is within South Sydney. The border streets that divides the town includes Moorefields Road, Potts St, Stoney Creek Road and more.
You will find a number of schools inside this district with both primary school and high school education available. There are both public and catholic school systems within the region.
Beverly Hills North Public School
This primary school is positioned on the borderline of Roselands and the North side of Beverly Hills. It caters for about 700 students from all different ethnic backgrounds. The schools offers a variety of learning programs, services and extra curricula including dancing, choir, public speaking, debating and more.
Education Level: Primary (K-6)
School Type: Public (Co-ed)
No. of Student: 645
Address: 1-3 Shorter Avenue
Phone: 02 9759 3849
Beverly Hills Public School
With over 100 years of history, this primary school has been serving the local community with a caring and supportive environment. It places an important preference on racial understanding, tolerance and cultural harmony while enveloping the love of learning for pupils, parents and teachers.
Education Level: Primary (K-6)
School Type: Public (Co-ed)
No. of Student: 527
Address: Cnr of Stoney Creek Rd & King Georges Rd
Telephone: 02 9580 5074
Regina Coeli Catholic Primary School
This co-ed primary school provides Catholic education that caters for different learning needs of approx. 455 students. A Catholic school community that is committed and proudly teaches the Catholic values while developing every student academically, emotionally, physically, socially and spiritually.
Education Level: Primary (K-6)
School Type: Private – Catholic (Co-ed)
No. of Student: 455
Address: 2 Tarrilli Street
Telephone: 02 9150 4313
Beverly Hills Girls High School
As the only high school in the area that provides secondary education to female students, Beverly Hills Girls High is proud and committed to nurture the talents, abilities and efforts of each individual students with a core belief that “Women Can Do Anything”! Their teaching principle is to focus on ensuring that each students are able to learn with maximum interaction in a safe, caring and respectful environment
Positioned on the corner of King Georges Rd and Broad Arrow Rd, young women who studies here will find it easy to access and walk to the school from both the Beverly Hills and Narwee Train Station.
Education Level: Secondary (Yr 7-12)
School Type: Public (Girls School)
No. of Student: 1176
Address: Broad Arrow Road
Telephone: 02 9150 4280
Beverly Hills Primary Schools Ranking
Beverly Hills Primary School – NSW Score Ratings & Rankings from Better Education (2016 data)
Beverly Hills Secondary Schools Ranking
Beverly Hills High School – NSW Score Ratings & Rankings from Better Education (2016 data)
One of the main features of living in Beverly Hills has to be the convenient transport options that are available. With the M5 motorway located just a few minutes away, commuters who travel by car will find it incredibly easy to get into the city, Northern suburbs and also other towns in the South West region.
There is a railway station located in the center of the suburb that takes you into the CBD in less than 30 mins. You’ll also find buses that takes you to nearby suburbs and into the inner west areas such as Burwood and Strathfield.
The Beverly Hills train station is located on the main road of King Georges Rd and is just a short walk to nearby amenities including cinema, restaurants, local pub and cafes. It operates on the T2 Airport Line from the western suburb of Macarthur via East Hills, the domestic and international airport and into the Sydney CBD.
T2 Line: See Timetable
Wheelchair Access: Yes
Address: Cnr of Morgan St & King Georges Rd
Telephone: 02 9563 7650
Website: Click here to visit
Bus Stops / Routes
There are a number of buses that travels to and from Beverly Hills to the surrounding suburbs providing easy access to other areas within Sydney. See below for bus numbers that operates via this local area.
From Hurstville To Burwood
– via Beverly Hills, Roselands, Lakemba, Belfield & Strathfield.
See 450 Timetable & Stops
From Hurstville To Bankstown
– via Beverly Hills, Roselands, Lakemba & Greenacre.
See 946 Timetable & Stops
Shopping & Grocery
There are currently no large shopping centres or plazas in the Beverly Hills district. This suburb is mainly filled with local restaurants including cuisine such as Chinese, Japanese, Greek and more. However, there is a convenience store on the main road for nearby residents to purchase some quick household stuff.
The nearest shopping places are listed below:
This is currently the only major supermarket in Beverly Hills for all local people’s grocery needs. It’s located close to the train station and is a great place for locals to get household items, fresh meat, fruits and vegetables.
Address: 22-26 Tooronga Terrace
Phone: 02 9150 0190
This suburb is filled with lots of restaurants and quality cuisines. Along with the cinema and a close by local bar, it proves to be a night spot for many residents living within the southern Sydney area.
Beverly Hills Hotel
The Beverly Hills hotel is one of the entertainment spot of choice for people living within the St George District. It is a local pub which patrons often visit after a movie in a nearby cinema offering lots of delicious food and drinks. They also run many daily lunch specials and deals including vouchers to the local theatre.
Address: 427 King Georges Road
Phone: 02 9570 1455
Beverly Hills Cinema
Catch all the latest blockbuster movies from this local cinema situated in close proximity with many popular restaurants within the suburbs. They are now part of the Events Cinemas group with lots of movie promotions along with everyone’s favourite popcorn and drinks combo deals.
Address: 447-453 King George Rd
Telephone: 02 9580 5400
Website: Click here for details
Banks / ATM
There are currently no major bank branches in Beverly Hills. To gain access to some of the finance services such as personal, business and home loan applications, applying for credit card or any other banking services and investment opportunities, you’ll need to visit banks in the nearby suburbs which is listed below:
- Riverwood Banks
- Kingsgrove Banks
- Roselands Banks
You can however gain cash withdrawals from one the the ATMs located on the streets of Beverly Hills. Here’s a list of ATMs inside the town. (Fees may apply)
Australia Post Office
Hidden away beside a local chemist, the Australia Post office in Beverly Hills is a rather small shop that handles the mailing and postage needs of locals living in the area.
Address: 20 Beresford Avenue
Telehphone: 02 9580 3294
Here you will find a number of organisations that works to provide better living standards for people living within the local area. Most of them are tailored to all aged groups and ethnic backgrounds.
There is currently no library operating in this regional area. To burrow books, magazines, DVDs etc, you can go to nearby local libraries on the list below:
Beverly Hills does not have a community centre specifically focused in this area and that’s because there are a few nearby ones which are doing a wonderful job for surrounding communities alike. Please refer to the below list for the nearest local community centre.
- Riverwood Community Centre
- Penshurst 3Bridges Community Centre
Regina Coeli Church
If you have religious belief, the Rehina Coeli Parish is a Catholic community inspiring locals to live the Gospel message. Located just beside the Regina Coeli Catholic Primary School, this local church strives to enrich both old and young people by supporting everyone involved, bringing justice into the Beverly Hills community and beyond.
Address: 70 Ponyara Road
Telephone: 02 9554 8155
Hospital / Medical
This suburb is situated close to some of the major hospitals nearby so it’s convenient for locals living in the area to seek urgent medical services, especially in an unlikely event where emergency attention is required. Please see below for the nearest public hospitals near the region.
- St George Hospital – Kogarah
- Bankstown Lidcome Hospital
- Canterbury Hospital
For residents seeking general medical examinations, basic checkups, assessment and so on. There are several local General Practitioners (GP) available , here’s a list of family doctors serving patients in the Beverly Hills area.
Affility Medical Practice
This local GP service is run by Dr MK Wan and it is located on the main road near the train station. People wanting to visit this family practice can find off street parkings on morgan street next to the railway (Parking time limits may apply)
Address: 488 King Georges Road
Telephone: 02 9585 8222
Dr James Siokos
Dr Siokos is an accredited male GP looking after residents who are seeking general health practice around the town. He also provides afterhours service for existing patients, please see health direct for more information.
Address: 28 Frederick Ave
Phone: 02 9502 4155
Dr George Han
Whether you have a flu, a fever, a cold or any other uncomfortable health symptoms, this licensed local GP is here to provide the assessment and care for you and your family. Bulk billing is also available in this clinic on request.
Address: 20 Norfolk Ave, Beverly Hills NSW 2209
Phone: 02 9580 0866
Beverly Hills Medical Centre
Hidden inside one of the residential street, the Beverly Hills Medical Centre provides medical checkups for nearby residents who needs attention to their health.
Address: 109 Morgan Street
Telephone: 02 9502 3355
Sports / Fitness
Although there aren’t any specific sports centre located in this suburb, there are several local gyms that local and nearby residents can go and enjoy some workouts.
If you prefer a larger sports venue with indoor sports facilities and perhaps cheaper membership etc, then you may want to check out some of the sports and fitness centres in the surrounding suburbs below.
There are no swimming pools for the public located this suburb, but for the people who lives in this area and wants to have a swim or enjoy other facilities such as a spa or sauna may do so in one of the pools nearby listed below:
- Hurstville Swimming Pool
- Roselands Swimming Pool
Parks / Outdoor
Having the privilege to enjoy the great outdoor, especially a park is one of the many highlights of living in Australia. This is no different than a New South Wales suburb such as Beverly Hills.
See below for all the beautiful parks inside this local area.
Beverly Hills Park
This park has an excellent covered play area for young children with play equipment such as the slide and swings. There is also a large footy field, soccer field and even a cricket field for any locals who enjoys playing sports.
- BBQ Facilities
- Kid’s Playground
- Picnic Area
- Public Toilet
- Dogs allowed on leash
Address: Cnr of Venessa St & The Crescent
Is Beverly Hills a good suburb to live in?
Beverly Hills proves to be a good area for singles, couples and families with lots of food and entertainment to keep locals happy. The fact that it has it’s own cinema really tells the story. There is also a train station, various bus routes and the suburb is extremely close to the M5 motorway should residents wish to travel into the city, the eastern suburbs, up north or out west by car.
There are several primary schools and a girls high school in the area so it’ll be convenient for parents with young children to access quality education. Most of the amenities are situated on the main road, so many surrounding and smaller streets do enjoy a quiet and suburban environment that the area offers.
The only downside appears to be the lack of financial institutions, namely a bank? However, residents who do require banking services do enjoy the close proximity of other banks from close by suburbs such as Roselands, Kingsgrove and Hurstville.
If you are interested to move into this area, or if you’re looking for a property to invest in Beverly Hills, then you may want to seek the professional help from the local real estate agents to help you find an available and suitable place.