St Peters, 2044

Bordering Sydney Park and the old Bedford Brickworks, St Peters is a combination of repurposed industrial areas and modern apartments. Several kilometres from the Sydney CBD, the suburb takes its name from St Peter’s Anglican Church.

The area has become a hot spot for businesses utilising the areas traditionally industrial heritage. Most have re-designed unused or unloved warehouse spaces to create a community of breweries, cafes and shared office spaces or studios. Being on the border of Erskineville, the creative influence has spread and shows no signs of slowing down.

It features Sydney Park Cycle Centre, May Lane graffiti street art, Sydney Trapeze School, Sydney Indoor Rock Climbing Centre, Town and Country Hotel, St Peters Town Hall, Southern Cross Hotel, Olympic rings outside St Peters Recycling Centre and St Peters Church Zenix. 

Schools and child care centres include St Peters Public School, St Peter's Catholic School, Helping Hands St Peters, FROEBEL Alexandria Early Learning Centre and Tillman Park Early Learning Centre.

St Peters has its own train station and mutiple Sydney bus services run along Princes Highway.