About Bexley

About Bexley

Bexley town centre, as seen today, dates back to the early 1920s. The suburb as a whole contains many grand homes and places of interest dating back to the late 1800s. Our Town Centre is currently developing a new role as a  health care, personal well being and niche business destination. There are many hidden gems to be discovered. Come to see a health care professional and stay for a massage, hairstyle, coffee or a tasty pub lunch, enrol in a “sip and paint” art class, buy supplies for the evening meal. Our cafes and food outlets draw people far and wide.

Where to Stay

Bexley has its own budget motel, the Bexley Motel, located in Kingsland Road in the middle of our the town centre. Manager Dale is very welcoming and will help with any information you may need during your stay. Book your stay directly with the hotel by clicking here.

What to Do

Plan a walk past some of the many heritage houses and features in the area. Today Bexley has over 50 private houses of heritage significance recognised by Heritage NSW and Bayside Council. Listings are included in the environmental heritage schedule in Bayside Councils LEP 2021 available here.

Perhaps the best known house is Lydham Hall which is open to the public and managed by the St George Historical Society. For more information click here.

If you have more time take a short 15 minute walk to the Prime Minister’s walk through Bardwell Valley wetlands and test your knowledge of Australian Prime Ministers for the first 100 years from federation.

As well as heritage homes and park walks, Bexley offers 2 golf clubs, an RSL club, heritage listed Bexley Oval and generally everything that could be expected of a well established Sydney suburb. Bexley Golf Club is one of Sydney’s more established clubs founded in 1939. It’s facilities can be viewed here.

Bexley Area Map

Getting to Bexley

By Car

There’s ample free council off street parking around our centre with generous time limits.

By Taxi or Uber

By Bus

There are multiple routes that service Bexley including: 420, 420N, 452, 492, N20. Click these links for routes and timetables.

By Bicycle

Our recent Town Centre upgrade includes a number of bicycle loops where cyclists can safely secure their bicycle.

By Train

Our nearest train station is at Rockdale where you can either connect to the 420, 452 or 492 bus service or take a 20 minute walk to Bexley.

By Plane

On arrival at Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport take a 15 minute bus trip on either the 420 or 420N bus service to the heart of Bexley Town Centre.

Places of Interest

More information about places of interest shown on the above Bexley Area and Shopping Village maps can be viewed below.