St Peters, Sydenham and Tempe

The suburbs of St Peters, Sydenham and Tempe are located to the south and east of the Marrickville council area. They are characterised by narrow streets, semi-detached housing and are a gateway to Sydney Airport and southern Sydney.

The total population for these suburbs is 6,741, with the average age being 36, compared with 37 years for the wider Australian population.
The median weekly individual income for these suburbs ranges between $520 to $675, above the Sydney average of $518.

These suburbs are predominantly made up of couples without children.


Individual facts sheets for each of these suburbs can be found in the library to the right. These fact sheets contain a historical overview of each suburb and more detailed demographic information

The suburbs of St Peters, Sydenham and Tempe are located to the south and east of the Marrickville council area. They are characterised by narrow streets, semi-detached housing and are a gateway to Sydney Airport and southern Sydney.

The total population for these suburbs is 6,741, with the average age being 36, compared with 37 years for the wider Australian population.
The median weekly individual income for these suburbs ranges between $520 to $675, above the Sydney average of $518.

These suburbs are predominantly made up of couples without children.


Individual facts sheets for each of these suburbs can be found in the library to the right. These fact sheets contain a historical overview of each suburb and more detailed demographic information

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