Located 6 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district, Drummoyne sits on the peninsula between Iron Cove and Five Dock Bay. It is surrounded on three sides by Sydney Harbour and the Parramatta River and, as such, has some of Sydney\'s best waterfront views. Drummoyne neighbours the similarly historic Five Dock, Abbotsford and Balmain, though Russell Lea is the only adjacent suburb by land. Some of the substantial old Victorian and Edwardian homes remain in Drummoyne, along with the smaller semi detached houses built in the earlier part of the 20th century.

Drummoyne is linked to Rozelle by the Iron Cove Bridge and Huntleys Point by the Gladesville Bridge. Victoria Road, one of Sydney\'s busiest roads, cuts through the heart of Drummoyne en route to the Sydney CBD. Victoria Road\'s presence makes the CBD transport hub extremely accessible, as numerous and frequent bus routes from Sydney\'s west merge in Drummoyne. Regular Ferry and Rivercat services from the Wolseley Street wharf also provide a transport option for Drummoyne residents, servicing the Parramatta-City route. Another ferry wharf, servicing the Birkenhead-City route, is at Birkenhead Point.

Local Amenities
• Drummoyne is mostly residential with some commercial developments and its population is wealthier than the average Australian. The main shopping strip is located along the Victoria Road strip and the intersecting Lyons Road. There is also a shopping plaza at this point.
• A shopping mall is located at Birkenhead Point, known as the Birkenhead Point Shopping Centre, featuring a Coles supermarket and factory outlet stores.
• A short drive in one direction is St Josephs College in Hunters Hill and in the other you can find Domremy College and Rosebank College in Five Dock.
• Drummoyne Oval, situated on the banks of the Parramatta River is home to Sydney\'s 1st grade cricket side Balmain UTS and hosts the NSW Blues Cricket side in the National ING Cup Competition. Drummoyne if fact has 23 parks as not surprisingly due to its location, 17 of these have water views.
• Drummoyne Olympic Pool is on the banks of Iron Cove. The only thing separating the open water from this chlorinated pool is 3 metre of poolside deck.
• The Bay Run is a popular 7km route for walkers, dogs and runners along the mangrove lined foreshore taking in Rodd Point, a recreational reserve belonging to Sydney National Parks.
• On the waterfront you find the Drummoyne Rowing Club and Drummoyne Sailing Club, both with fabulous restaurants.
  • Suburb:Drummoyne
  • Postcode:2047
  • Population:10,388
  • Municipality:City of Canada Bay