Como is an established residential area, with some parklands. Como is bounded by the Woronora River and the Georges River in the north, Carina Creek in the east, Bindea Street in the south and the Woronora River in the west. Como is named after Lake Como in Italy.

Settlement of the area dates from the mid 1800s. Population was minimal until the 1880s when the railway was constructed, with Como becoming a large shanty town for many of the railway workers and their families. Once the railway was built Como became more of a holiday centre, and continues to be known today as a recreational area for boating and fishing. Significant development occurred from the 1950s. The population has been relatively stable since the mid 1990s, a result of little change in dwelling stock and the average number of persons living in each dwelling.

Major features of the area include Bushland Reserve, Como Public Reserve, Henry Lawson Reserve, Scylla Bay Oval and two schools.

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