Hurstville City is one of Australia's most culturally diverse local government areas and a large population of our residents identify with different cultural, language, religious and ethnic groups.
Hurstville City Council aims to build a diverse and harmonious City with a strong sense of community through community development services and social planning for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
In 2011, 41.7 per cent of Hurstville City residents were born overseas with 85 per cent of these born in non-English speaking countries and 49 per cent speaking a language other than English at home.
Many of Hurstville City's multicultural residents come from China, Hong Kong, Greece, Macedonia, Italy, Lebanon, New Zealand, Indonesia, India, Malaysia, Spain and Philippines.
New Outreach Office in Hurstville for the Spanish speaking community
The service is available every Wednesday from 10am – 1pm at Grevillea Room - Hurstville Library, Corner of Dora St & Queens Rd, Hurstville.
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For appointments contact Graciela Rosales on 0402 259 989 or email@example.com
For general queries contact Jamal Bassam 9330 6069 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Hurstville City Council Multicultural Strategy (661.25kB) - provides a planning framework that will give Council a strategic direction in responding to the cultural diversity of the City.
Hurstville City Community Profile - snapshot of multicultural communities in the Hurstville local government area.
Hurstville City Social Atlas - socio-demographic characteristics of the City.
Hurstville City Population Forecasts - for community groups, investors, business, students and the general public.
For more information, telephone Council's Community Development Officer on 9330 6222.