The suburb of Greenacre is conveniently located and geographically very easy to travel to. It offers the residents many forms of public transport with connections available to all parts of Sydney.
The main Motorways that service this area and nearby suburbs are the M5 (King Georges Road Exit) and M4 Motorways (Centenary Drive Exit) all nearby (8-10 minutes). Other main roads that connect with Greenacre are Hume Highway, Roberts Road, King Georges Road, Centenary Drive, Punchbowl Road and Stacey Street. Driving to the City Of Sydney is between 25-35 minutes, Parramatta 20 minutes, Hurstville 20 minutes, Ryde 15 minutes, Strathfield 10 minutes and Liverpool via M5 Motorway 20 minutes (Times may vary during peak periods).
The Train Stations which are in close proximity are Wiley Park, Punchbowl, Bankstown and Strathfield. Depending on where in Greenacre you live will determine the closest. Strathfield and Bankstown are well serviced by the local buses in the area combined with the M90 service which operates to Burwood and Liverpool, Greenacre has multiple options to the CBD. Check out the 131500.com.au website for schedules.
Shopping is a breeze living in Greenacre with Chullora Marketplace, Coles, IGA, Bankstown Central, Centro Roselands and Rhodes Shopping Centre only a few minutes away by car, depending on your location. The convenient shopping facilities available on Waterloo Road offer Supermarkets, Fruit Markets, Cafes, Deli’s, and Restaurants. There is plenty of parking available on the eastern side of Waterloo Road, with entries from Wilbur Street and Wangee Road.
The area offers many different styles of homes and will suit buyers looking to achieve value for money and be within reasonable distances of major parts of Sydney. The majority of homes were built around the post war era of World War 2 and are of timber and fibro/weatherboard construction. The area features many cul-de-sac locations with brick veneer homes, these were built around the mid 1960’s. They are now proving to be very popular with buyers as they are an attractive alternative and look great when modernised. Of late, the area has also experienced quality medium density developments and many older style homes have been demolished and had new single and double storey homes built in their place.