This is Erko


Endlessly connected

Arbor, Park Sydney is at the forefront of the new Erskineville (affectionately known as ‘Erko’ to the locals), where appealing new housing blends with the suburb’s industrial heritage to create one of Sydney’s most exciting up-and-coming neighbourhoods. At Arbor, you can be part of this next chapter and enjoy a front row seat to the delights of this unique suburb.

Arbor’s central location connects you with key transport, leading schools and universities, and an unparalleled selection of leisure activities. Add to this everything from organic groceries, local bars and creative arts spaces, through to rambling parklands and bike paths, and it’s clear to see how connected your life will be.


Arbor is perfectly situated in Sydney’s inner south, close to Erskineville train station and just one stop from one of Sydney’s major transport hubs at Central Station. Within easy reach of Sydney’s university precinct and world-class hospitals, Arbor is also ideal if you’re travelling to international destinations, with Sydney Airport 10 minutes away.


Minutes by train to Sydney CBD


Kilometres to Sydney International Airport


Kilometres to Royal Prince Alfred Hospital


Kilometres to University of Sydney


Minutes cycle to Green Square Library


Minutes walk to Erskineville Oval


Nearby parklands and ovals as well as Park Sydney’s own green spaces and integrated pathways help create and maintain a connection to nature. Enjoy more opportunities to develop your wellbeing and your relationship with the natural world.

New permanent cycleways link you with the broader bike network in the City of Sydney, while new shared paths connect schools and make it easier for children and families to get around.

Erskineville Oval is a popular events and sports ground which is a three minute walk away from Arbor Park Sydney. Perfect for some early morning exercise or an evening jog. Perfect for some early morning exercise or an evening jog.

A dog walkers paradise, Sydney Park is only minutes away with over 40 hectares of landscaped gardens, wetlands and heritage vestiges from Sydney’s brickmaking past.

The Erko life

Once home to the city’s brickmakers and tanners, Erskineville is alive with stunning historical architecture and quaint little streets. Although it’s jam packed with some of Sydney’s best brunch spots, pubs and bars It still maintains a welcoming village feel. All within view of the city’s skyline that rises up on the horizon.

Enmore Road Street Art

The Imperial Hotel

The Royal Hotel

Shenkin Coffee



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