The is known for its pleasant heritage ambiance and streetscape and close proximity to the historic Homebush rail station, one of Sydney’s first rail stations built in 1855. The centre is located on the 1878 “Village of Homebush” estate, where the name of the Town Centre is derived. The buildings in the centre date back to the early 1900s and feature many federation and interwar style buildings.
Homebush Village is located on the south side of Homebush railway station and is separated by Homebush Primary School. There is parking available in streets adjacent to the town centre and off street parking with Strathfield Library a just short walk down Rochester Street.
There are some 25 shops in the village with a good mix of businesses including a community bank, takeaway shops, supermarket, butchers, green grocery and cafés. The village benefits from a variety of cafés, restaurants including Sri Lankan and Indian restaurants.