The Canterbury-Bankstown region is the area located around the T3 Bankstown railway line, to the south of the Inner West region and to the north-west of the St George area. Usually considered as a cheaper alternative to living in Sydney’s Inner West, the Canterbury-Bankstown region has a lot of high-density housing towards the eastern side, which gradually turns into larger family homes as you move closer to Western Sydney. A hugely multicultural area, Canterbury-Bankstown is home to a variety of ethnicities, including Chinese, Indian, Korean, Fijian, Vietnamese, Lebanese, Greek, Italian, Yugoslav and African. This is reflected in the pop ups of restaurants, delicatessens, fresh food markets, sweet shops and cultural institutions for community meet-ups. The major commercial areas are located in Bankstown, Campsie and Roselands.