Mortlake is a suburb of Sydney, located approximately 17km from the CBD. It is notable as the former site of the Australian Gas Light Company (AGL) gas works, which is now closed and in the process of redevelopment into the Breakfast Point residential development. It also is home to the southern bank of the Putney Punt, the only surviving punt service in Sydney. Until 1948, an electric tramway connected Mortlake south to the suburbs of Burwood, Enfield and Ashfield.

Mortlake is the terminus for bus routes 439 & L39 (to Circular Quay via Five Dock Shops and Leichhardt) and 464 (to Ashfield railway station).

Local Amenities
• There are village shops in Mortlake including beauty services, gift shops and cafes with childcare services nearby.
  • Suburb:Mortlake
  • Postcode:2137
  • Population:996
  • Municipality:Shire of Moyne