The club's cheer squad, The Flames, performing during the Dragons' Anzac Day match against the Roosters in 2018.
Rockdale Town Hall
Inside Jubilee Oval
Kogarah Community Centre
Inside WIN Stadium
Memorial Square, Hurstville
Outside Jubilee Oval, that includes a Walk of Fame
Westfield Hurstville
St George Leagues Club, Beverley Park, Sydney
St George Leagues Club, Beverley Park
Charity Shield logo
St George Hospital, Kogarah
The pre-match formalities taking place prior to the 2018 Anzac Day clash between the two clubs.
Members of the NRL Women's team assembling outside Jubilee Oval during a promotional appearance in August 2018.
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The St. George Illawarra Dragons is an Australian professional rugby league football club, representing both the Illawarra and St George regions of New South Wales.

- St. George Illawarra Dragons

The area's identity is reflected in the name of the St George Illawarra Dragons team who play in the National Rugby League, and the St. George Bank.

- St George, Sydney
The club's cheer squad, The Flames, performing during the Dragons' Anzac Day match against the Roosters in 2018.

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Kogarah Community Centre

Kogarah, New South Wales

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Suburb of Southern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia.

Suburb of Southern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia.

Kogarah Community Centre
Railway Parade in 1915. The former Kogarah Post Office on the right was built in 1892 and is now a community centre
Kogarah Bed Race 2006, Railway Parade
Kogarah Monetarium
Montgomery Street
Belgrave Street
Kogarah High School
St Paul's Anglican Church
Resurrection of Christ Greek Orthodox Church

Kogarah is located 14 kilometres (9 miles) south-west of the Sydney central business district and is considered to be the centre of the St George area.

The NRL side, St George Illawarra Dragons have their Sydney office based at nearby Jubilee Oval, often referred to as Kogarah Oval.

St. George Dragons

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Kogarah School of the Arts where the club was formed in 1921
Herb Gilbert
Frank Burge
St George 1921
Harry Kadwell
Snowy Justice
Ken Kearney
Harry Bath
Illawarra Steelers v St George Dragons

The St. George Dragons is an Australian rugby league football club from St George District in Sydney, New South Wales that played in the top level New South Wales competition and Australian Rugby League competitions from the 1921 until the 1997 ARL season, as well as the unified 1998 National Rugby League season.

On 23 September 1998, the club formed a joint venture with the Illawarra Steelers, creating the St. George Illawarra Dragons team which competed in the 1999 NRL season and continues to compete in the league today.

The Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, two of Sydney's most famous landmarks, photographed at dusk

Sydney

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Capital city of the state of New South Wales, and the most populous city in both Australia and Oceania.

Capital city of the state of New South Wales, and the most populous city in both Australia and Oceania.

The Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, two of Sydney's most famous landmarks, photographed at dusk
Top to bottom, left to right: Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge; Queen Victoria Building; University of Sydney; Bondi Beach; Stadium Australia; skyline of the CBD
Charcoal drawing of kangaroos in Heathcote National Park
The Founding of Australia, 26 January 1788, by Captain Arthur Phillip R.N., Sydney Cove. Painting by Algernon Talmage.
Thomas Watling's View of Sydney Cove, c. 1794–1796
The Castle Hill convict rebellion of 1804
Aerial illustration of Sydney, 1888
A tramcar on George Street in 1920. Sydney once had one of the largest tram networks in the British Empire.
Sydney Harbour Bridge opening day, 19 March 1932
Sydney hosted the 2000 Summer Olympics.
Sydney lies on a submergent coastline where the ocean level has risen to flood deep rias.
Almost all of the exposed rocks around Sydney are Sydney sandstone.
Typical grassy woodland in the Sydney area
A summer thunderstorm over the inner-city taken from Potts Point, 1991
Satellite photo of the Sydney area at night. Wollongong can be seen at bottom left, while Gosford and the Central Coast are visible at the far right.
An inner-city street. Pictured: Paddington.
Newtown is one of the most complete Victorian and Edwardian era commercial precincts in Australia.
Vaucluse, Bondi and other surrounding suburbs
Kurnell, La Perouse, and Cronulla, along with various other suburbs, face Botany Bay.
Chatswood is a major commercial district.
A typical suburban street in Northern Sydney. Pictured: Lindfield.
An aerial view of Greater Western Sydney; as well as being mostly suburban in nature, western Sydney is also made up of various industrial precincts and business parks.
Parramatta (visible in the background) is a major commercial hub and centre for Greater Western Sydney.
St Andrew's Cathedral; an example of early Neo-Gothic architecture
General Post Office
Frank Gehry's Dr Chau Chak Wing Building
Terraces in Kirribilli
The Centennial Parklands is the largest park in the City of Sydney, comprising 189 ha.
The Anzac War Memorial in Hyde Park is a public memorial dedicated to the achievement of the Australian Imperial Force of World War I.
The central business district. Sydney is the financial and economic centre of Australia, having the largest economy and contributing a quarter of Australia's total GDP.
Pitt Street, a major street in the CBD, runs from Circular Quay in the north to Waterloo in the south, and is home to many large high-end retailers.
State Savings Bank
Bondi Beach
Chinese New Year celebrations in Chinatown. Sydney is home to the nation's largest population of Chinese Australians.
Lebanese flags at the 2008 World Youth Day in Sydney. Sydney is also home to the nation's largest population of Lebanese Australians.
St Mary's Cathedral is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney.
The Art Gallery of New South Wales, located in The Domain, is the fourth largest public gallery in Australia.
The Australian Museum is the oldest museum in Australia.
The State Theatre on Market Street was opened in 1929.
A concert at the Sydney Opera House
Australia's national broadcaster, the ABC, is headquartered in Ultimo.
Sailing on Sydney Harbour
Sydney Olympic Park was built for the 2000 Olympics and has become a major sporting and recreational precinct.
The Supreme Court of New South Wales was one of three of the earliest established courts in Australia.
Parliament House holds the Government of New South Wales and is the oldest public building in Australia.
Sydney's local government areas
The University of Sydney
St John's College is the oldest Roman Catholic college in Australia.
Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
Light Horse Interchange, the largest of its kind in Australia
The CBD and South East Light Rail connects Sydney's CBD with the South Eastern suburbs.
Central station is a major hub for various forms of public transport.
George Street, blanketed by smoke from the bushfires in December 2019
Warragamba Dam is Sydney's largest water supply dam.
Stadium Australia
Sydney Cricket Ground
Western Sydney Stadium
Allianz Stadium (being redeveloped)
Almost all of the exposed rocks around Sydney are Sydney sandstone.
The Sydney Hospital, completed in 1816.
Various eastern suburbs line Sydney's coastline. Pictured: Tamarama, Bronte
Darling Harbour is a major entertainment and tourism precinct
The University of New South Wales
The Northern Beaches Hospital

The regions of Sydney include the CBD or City of Sydney (colloquially referred to as 'the City') and Inner West, the Eastern Suburbs, Southern Sydney (including St George and Sutherland Shire), Greater Western Sydney (including South Western Sydney, Hills District and the Macarthur Region), and Northern Sydney (including the North Shore and Northern Beaches).

Sydney is home to nine of the sixteen teams in the National Rugby League competition: Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks, Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, Penrith Panthers, Parramatta Eels, South Sydney Rabbitohs, St George Illawarra Dragons, Sydney Roosters, and Wests Tigers.