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Georges River CouncilPopulation forecast

Hurstville Remainder

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The 2021 population forecast for Hurstville Remainder is 22,935, and is forecast to grow to 24,525 by 2036.

Hurstville (Remainder) includes two sections: one to the north of the Hurstville City Centre, and the other to the south of the Hurstville City Centre. The northern section of Hurstville (Remainder) is bounded by Stoney Creek Road and Irene Crescent in the north, Croydon Road, Botany Street, the suburb of Carlton and Lily Lane in the east, the railway line, Jack Brabham Drive, Durham Street, Forest Road, The Avenue, Cross Street, Park Road, Queens Road, Patrick Street, Bond Street, Dora Street, Carrington Avenue, Garthons Lane, Gloucester Road, Pearl Street and Forest Road in the south, and King Georges Road and Edmund Street in the west. The southern section of Hurstville (Remainder) is bounded by the railway line, Woniora Road, Hillcrest Avenue, Empress Lane and the railway line in the north, Woids Avenue in the east, First Avenue, George Street, Cole Street, Salisbury Street and Halstead Street in the south, and Poulton Creek, Hillcrest Avenue and King Georges Road in the west.

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