Mortlake Place Fact Sheet
Mortlake Place Fact Sheet

With a strong industrial history, Mortlake has reinvented itself as a desirable waterside suburb.

Mortlake offers the investor two business precincts: a small neighbourhood shopping village at the junction of Mortlake Street and Brays Road; and along Tennyson Road a combination of light industrial, commercial and restaurants. Businesses servicing consumers benefit from the redevelopment of much of the industrial land into high density residential, resulting in an increasing primary trade area.

Several of the historic structures of the Australian Gas Light Company (AGL), established in 1883, remain intact today.

Key attributes

  • Between 2006 and 2011, Mortlake’s residential population grew by 54% and with a recent 391 apartment development approved by the NSW State Government this growth will continue.
  • Opened in 1928, the Mortlake to Putney Ferry is the last remaining vehicular cable ferry on Sydney Harbour.
  • Residential properties have experienced sound growth in the last 10 years.

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Page last updated on: 21/11/13

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