The Vancouver southern suburbs are a group of municipalities to the south of Vancouver in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Canada. They are fairly urban and defined by their relationship to Vancouver. Here is where much of the Lower Mainland's population growth and suburban sprawl takes place. This region lies between of the north arm of the Fraser River to the north and the United States border to the south; from the Georgia Strait to the west to Surrey in the east. Beyond Surrey is the Langley, in the Fraser Valley region.
- Surrey, fastest-growing municipality in the Lower Mainland
- Richmond, home to a large Chinese immigrant population and YVR IATA (Vancouver International Airport)
- White Rock, beach front community.
See Lower Mainland#Get in for information on Vancouver International Airport and the US border.
The Translink system (Public transit) serves all the southern suburbs. Richmond and Surrey are particularly well-connected, as they are accessible by the Skytrain system.