Location: Douglas Park


Douglas Park NSW 2569 is a suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. The town is a part of the Macarthur Region in the Wollondilly Shire. Located 80km southwest of Sydney’s CBD.

Douglas Park is surrounded by low hills, pasture, and bushland. To the south of the town, the Nepean River runs through a rocky gorge. The causeway crossing the river on Douglas Park Drive is a popular swimming and canoeing site for residents, and others from surrounding districts.


Getting Around

Douglas Park has its very own train station located on Station Street. The railway reached Douglas park in 1863 as a station on the extension of the Main South Line from Campbelltown to Picton. Now the station is part of the Transport NSW’s Southern Highlands Line.

The suburb is serviced by Picton Bus Lines, which provides a bus route connect Douglas Park to Picton and Wilton.

Douglas Park is located near the Hume Highway and the F5 Freeway, allowing easy and direct access to other suburbs within the southwest and Sydney.

Local Area Statistics



Population 1273
Male 667
Female 606
Median Age 36

Source ABS Census 2011



All private dwellings 451
Average people per household 3.1
Median weekly household income $1,659
Median monthly mortgage repayments $2,014
Median weekly rent $250
Average motor vehicles per dwelling 2.4

Source ABS Census 2011