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Postal codes for Sydney, Australia

Post code listings for Postal codes for the suburbs of Sydney, Australia When available population data is included.

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2000 Australia Square Post Office
2000 Circular Quay
2000 Clarence Street Post Office
2000 Cockatoo Island
2000 Darling Harbour
2000 Dawes Point
2000 Garden Island
2000 Grosvenor Place Post Office
2000 Haymarket
2000 Millers Point
2000 Parliament House Sydney
2000 Railway Square Post Office
2000 Royal Exchange Post Office
2000 Spectacle Island
2000 St James
2000 Sydney South
2000 Taylors Square
2000 the Rocks
2000 the Rocks Sydney
2006 Sydney University
2007 Broadway
2007 Ultimo
2008 Chippendale
2008 Darlington
2009 Pyrmont
2010 Darlinghurst
2010 East Sydney
2010 Surry Hills
2011 Elizabeth Bay
2011 Kings Cross
2011 Potts Point
2011 Rushcutters Bay
2011 Woolloomooloo
2012 Strawberry Hills
2015 Alexandria
2015 Beaconsfield
2016 Redfern
2017 Waterloo
2017 Zetland
2018 Eastlakes
2018 Rosebery
2019 Banksmeadow
2019 Botany
2020 Mascot
2020 Sydney Airport
2021 Centennial Park
2021 Moore Park
2021 Paddington
2022 Bondi Junction
2023 Bellevue Hill
2024 Bronte
2024 Charing Cross
2024 Waverley
2025 Woollahra
2026 Ben Buckler
2026 Bondi
2026 Bondi Beach
2026 Bondi North
2026 North Bondi
2026 Tamarama
2027 Darling Point
2027 Edgecliff
2027 Point Piper
2028 Double Bay
2029 Rose Bay
2029 Woollahra Park
2030 Dover Heights
2030 Rose Bay North
2030 Vaucluse
2030 Watsons Bay
2031 Clovelly
2031 Randwick
2031 St Pauls
2032 Daceyville
2032 Kingsford
2033 Kensington
2034 Coogee
2035 Lurline Bay
2035 Maroubra
2035 Pagewood
2036 Chifley
2036 Hillsdale
2036 La Perouse
2036 Little Bay
2036 Malabar
2036 Matraville
2036 Phillip Bay
2036 Port Botany
2036 Yarra Bay
2037 Forest Lodge
2037 Glebe
2038 Annandale
2039 Rozelle
2040 Leichhardt
2040 Lilyfield
2040 Taverners Hill
2041 Balmain
2041 Birchgrove
2042 Enmore
2042 Newtown
2043 Erskineville
2044 Sheas Creek
2044 St Peters
2044 Sydenham
2044 Tempe
2045 Dobroyd Point
2045 Haberfield
2046 Abbotsford
2046 Canada Bay
2046 Chiswick
2046 Five Dock
2046 Rodd Point
2046 Russell Lea
2046 Wareemba
2046 Wychbury
2047 Drummoyne
2048 Stanmore
2048 Westgate
2049 Lewisham
2049 Petersham
2050 Camperdown
2060 Berrys Bay
2060 Blues Point
2060 Lavender Bay
2060 Mcmahons Point
2060 North Sydney
2060 Waverton
2061 Kirribilli
2061 Milsons Point
2062 Cammeray
2063 Northbridge
2064 Artarmon
2065 Crows Nest
2065 Gore Hill
2065 Greenwich
2065 Mater Misericordiae Hospital
2065 Naremburn
2065 Royal North Shore Hospital
2065 St Leonards
2065 Wollstonecraft
2066 Lane Cove
2066 Linley Point
2066 Longueville
2066 Northwood
2066 Riverview
2067 Chatswood
2067 Chatswood West
2067 Fullers Bridge
2068 Castlecrag
2068 Middle Cove
2068 Willoughby
2069 Castle Cove
2069 Roseville
2070 Lindfield
2071 Killara
2072 Gordon
2073 Pymble
2074 Turramurra
2074 Warrawee
2075 St Ives
2076 Normanhurst
2076 Wahroonga
2077 Asquith
2077 Hornsby (18,800)
2077 Waitara
2079 Mount Colah
2080 Mount Kuring-Gai
2081 Berowra
2081 Cowan
2082 Berowra Heights
2082 Berowra Waters
2084 Cottage Point
2084 Duffys Forest
2084 Terrey Hills
2085 Belrose
2085 Davidson
2086 Frenchs Forest
2086 Sorlie
2087 Forestville
2087 Killarney Heights
2088 Balmoral
2088 Beauty Point
2088 Clifton Gardens
2088 Georges Heights
2088 Middle Head
2088 Mosman
2088 Mosmans Bay
2088 Spit Junction
2088 Taronga Park
2088 the Spit
2089 Kurraba Point
2089 Neutral Bay
2090 Cremorne
2092 North Seaforth
2092 Seaforth
2093 Balgowlah
2093 Clontarf
2093 Dobroyd Head
2093 Manly Vale
2094 Fairlight
2095 Manly
2095 North Head
2095 North Steyne
2096 Curl Curl
2096 Harbord
2096 Queenscliff (1,416)
2097 Collaroy
2097 Collaroy Plateau
2097 Wheeler Heights
2099 Cromer
2099 Dee Why
2099 Narraweena
2099 North Curl Curl
2099 Wingala
2100 Allambie
2100 Allambie Heights
2100 Beacon Hill
2100 Brookvale
2100 North Manly
2100 Oxford Falls
2100 Warringah Mall
2101 Elanora Heights
2101 Ingleside
2101 Narrabeen
2102 Warriewood
2103 Mona Vale
2104 Bayview
2105 Church Point
2106 Newport
2106 Newport Beach
2107 Avalon
2107 Avalon Beach
2107 Bilgola
2107 Careel Bay
2107 Clareville Beach
2107 Stokes Point
2107 Whale Beach
2108 Palm Beach
2108 the Basin
2109 Macquarie University
2110 Hunters Hill
2110 Woolwich
2111 Boronia Park
2111 Gladesville
2111 Henley
2111 Huntleys Point
2111 Monash Park
2111 Tennyson
2112 Denistone East
2112 Putney
2112 Ryde
2113 Adwill Place
2113 Macquarie Centre
2113 North Ryde
2113 Sagar Place
2114 Denistone
2114 Faraday Park
2114 Meadowbank
2114 Melrose Park
2114 West Ryde
2115 Ermington
2116 Rydalmere
2117 Dundas
2117 Telopea
2118 Carlingford
2118 Carlingford Shopping Square
2118 Kingsdene
2118 Roselea
2119 Beecroft
2119 Cheltenham
2120 Pennant Hills
2120 Thornleigh
2120 Westleigh
2121 Epping
2122 Eastwood
2122 Marsfield
2125 West Pennant Hills
2126 Cherrybrook
2129 Flemington Markets
2130 Summer Hill
2131 Ashfield
2132 Croydon
2133 Croydon Park
2133 Enfield South
2134 Burwood
2135 Strathfield
2136 Enfield
2136 Strathfield South
2137 Cabarita
2137 Concord
2137 Mortlake
2137 Strathfield North
2138 Concord West
2138 Rhodes
2139 Concord Repatriation Hospital
2140 Flemington
2140 Homebush
2140 Strathfield West
2141 Berala
2141 Lidcombe
2141 Silverwater
2142 Blaxcell
2142 Camellia
2142 Clyde
2142 Granville
2142 Rosehill
2143 Birrong
2143 Potts Hill
2143 Regents Park
2144 Auburn
2145 Girraween
2145 Greystanes
2145 Mays Hill
2145 Pendle Hill
2145 Wentworthville
2145 Westmead
2146 Old Toongabbie
2146 Toongabbie
2147 Kings Langley
2147 Lalor Park
2147 Seven Hills
2148 Blacktown
2148 Kings Park
2148 Marayong
2148 Prospect
2148 Westpoint
2150 Harris Park
2150 Parramatta
2151 North Parramatta
2151 North Rocks
2152 Northmead
2153 Baulkham Hills
2153 Chisholm Centre
2153 Model Farms
2153 Winston Hills
2154 Castle Hill
2155 Kellyville
2155 Parklea
2155 Rouse Hill
2156 Annangrove
2156 Glenhaven
2156 Kenthurst
2157 Glenorie
2158 Dural
2158 Round Corner
2159 Arcadia
2159 Berrilee
2159 Fiddletown
2159 Galston
2160 Guildford North
2160 Leawarra
2160 Merrylands
2161 Guildford
2161 Old Guildford
2161 Sheridan Heights
2161 Yennora
2162 Chester Hill
2162 Sefton
2163 Carramar
2163 Leightonfield
2163 Villawood
2164 Horsley Park
2164 Smithfield
2164 Wallgrove
2164 Wetherill Park
2165 Fairfield
2165 Fairfield East
2165 Fairfield Heights
2165 Fairvale
2166 Cabramatta
2166 Canley Heights
2166 Canley Vale
2166 Lansvale
2167 Glenfield
2168 Ashcroft
2168 Busby
2168 Cartwright
2168 Heckenberg
2168 Hinchinbrook
2168 Miller
2168 Sadleir
2170 Casula
2170 Chipping Norton
2170 Cross Roads
2170 Hammondville
2170 Liverpool
2170 Lurnea
2170 Milperra Bridge
2170 Moorebank
2170 Mount Pritchard
2170 Prestons
2170 Warwick Farm
2171 Austral
2171 Badgerys Creek
2171 Bringelly
2171 Catherine Field
2171 Cecil Park
2171 Hammondville East
2171 Hoxton Park
2171 Kemps Creek
2171 Leppington
2171 Pleasure Point
2171 Rossmore
2171 Sandy Point
2171 Voyager Point
2171 West Hoxton
2173 Holsworthy Milpo
2174 Ingleburn Milpo
2176 Abbotsbury
2176 Bossley Park
2176 Edensor Park
2176 Greenfield Park
2176 Prairiewood
2176 St Johns Park
2176 Wakeley
2177 Bonnyrigg
2190 Bankstown East
2190 Chullora
2190 Greenacre
2191 Belfield
2192 Belmore
2193 Ashbury
2193 Canterbury
2193 Hurlstone Park
2194 Campsie
2195 Lakemba
2195 Mccallums Hill
2195 Wiley Park
2196 Punchbowl
2196 Roselands
2197 Bass Hill
2198 Georges Hall
2199 Yagoona
2200 Bankstown
2200 Condell Park
2200 Manahan
2200 Mount Lewis
2203 Dulwich Hill
2204 Marrickville
2205 Arncliffe
2205 Turrella
2206 Clemton Park
2206 Earlwood
2206 Undercliffe
2207 Bardwell Park
2207 Bexley
2208 Kingsgrove
2208 Kingsway West
2209 Beverly Hills
2209 Narwee
2210 Lugarno
2210 Peakhurst
2210 Riverwood
2211 Padstow
2212 Revesby
2213 East Hills
2213 Panania
2213 Picnic Point
2214 Milperra
2216 Banksia
2216 Brighton-Le-Sands
2216 Kyeemagh
2216 Rockdale
2217 Beverley Park
2217 Kogarah
2217 Monterey
2217 Ramsgate
2218 Allawah
2218 Carlton
2219 Dolls Point
2219 Sandringham
2219 Sans Souci
2220 Hurstville
2221 Blakehurst
2221 Carss Park
2221 Connells Point
2221 Kyle Bay
2221 South Hurstville
2222 Penshurst
2223 Mortdale
2223 Oatley
2224 Kangaroo Point
2224 Sylvania
2224 Sylvania Heights
2225 Oyster Bay
2226 Bonnet Bay
2226 Como
2226 Jannali
2227 Gymea
2228 Ewey Bay
2228 Miranda
2228 Yowie Bay
2229 Caringbah
2229 Dolans Bay
2229 Lilli Pilli
2229 Port Hacking
2229 Taren Point
2230 Bundeena
2230 Burraneer
2230 Cronulla
2230 Gunnamatta Bay
2230 Maianbar
2230 Woolooware
2231 Kurnell
2232 Audley
2232 Grays Point
2232 Kareela
2232 Kirrawee
2232 Loftus
2232 Sutherland
2232 Woronora
2233 Engadine
2233 Heathcote
2233 Yarrawarrah
2234 Alfords Point
2234 Bangor
2234 Illawong
2234 Lucas Heights
2234 Menai
2330 Mount Pleasant
2430 Lansdowne
2519 Mount Pleasant
2536 Lilli Pilli
2546 Beauty Point
2558 Eagle Vale
2558 Eschol Park
2558 Kearns
2559 Claymore
2560 Airds
2560 Bradbury
2560 Campbelltown
2560 Glen Alpine
2560 Leumeah
2560 Rosemeadow
2560 Ruse
2560 Wedderburn
2563 Menangle Park
2564 Macquarie Fields
2565 Denham Court
2565 Ingleburn
2566 Bow Bowing
2566 Minto
2566 Raby
2566 St Andrews
2567 Narellan
2568 Menangle
2570 Camden
2745 Luddenham
2745 Wallacia
2747 Cambridge Park
2747 Kingswood
2747 Llandilo
2747 Werrington
2748 Orchard Hills
2749 Castlereagh
2749 Cranebrook
2749 Mount Pleasant
2750 Emu Plains
2750 Penrith
2752 Warragamba
2753 Londonderry
2753 Richmond (5,560)
2756 Cattai
2756 Ebenezer
2756 Glossodia
2756 Mcgraths Hill
2756 Mulgrave
2756 Windsor
2757 Kurmond
2759 Erskine Park
2759 St Clair
2760 Colyton
2760 Dunheved
2760 Oxley Park
2760 St Marys
2761 Plumpton
2762 Schofields
2763 Quakers Hill
2765 Berkshire Park
2765 Box Hill
2765 Maraylya
2765 Marsden Park
2765 Nelson
2765 Oakville
2765 Riverstone
2765 Vineyard
2766 Eastern Creek
2766 Rooty Hill
2767 Doonside
2770 Bidwill
2770 Blackett
2770 Dharruk
2770 Emerton
2770 Hebersham
2770 Lethbridge Park
2770 Minchinbury
2770 Mount Druitt
2770 Shalvey
2770 Tregear
2770 Whalan
2770 Willmot
2773 Glenbrook
2779 Hazelbrook



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