Bayside Council, Georges River Council, Canterbury-Bankstown Council
Kingsgrove is 13 kilometres south of the Sydney central business district and lies across the local government areas of the Canterbury-Bankstown Council, Bayside Council and the Georges River Council.
The main shopping centre is located on Kingsgrove Road, south of Kingsgrove railway station. Commercial and industrial developments are located on the northern side of the railway line, west of Kingsgrove Road. There are also some commercial developments scattered along Stoney Creek Road and Canterbury Road. A small group of shops on Stoney Creek Road is known as the Kingsway locality. Kingsgrove RSL Club is located in Brocklehurst Lane behind Kingsgrove Road.
Kingsgrove Road boasts a variety of food outlets, gift stores, restaurants, cafes, hair salons and services such as Solicitors, Accountants and General Practitioners. There is also a Woolworths supermarket, a Bunnings Warehouse and two petrol stations in the area.
Kingsgrove is well connected to both the road and public transport network.
Kingsgrove Road has entrance and exit ramps for the M5 Motorway, with access towards Sydney Airport and Sydney CBD. Moorefields Road and William Street are other main roads in the suburb.
Kingsgrove railway station is on the East Hills line of the Sydney Trains network. This line provides a direct access to both Sydney CBD and Sydney Airport.
There are two bus depots in the suburb - one for services operated by State Transit and the other for services operated by Transdev. Bus routes 423 and L23 link Kingsgrove to the Sydney CBD via Marrickvile and Newtown.