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Very central and eclectic, with light rail access and easy airport reach, yet close to fantastic Eastern suburbs beaches and bordering Centennial Park, Randwick is a very astute choice for buyers. Many character homes but also a good variety of apartments. Beyond the hustle and bustle, Randwick is primarily residential. The majority of its homes are apartments catering to working professionals and students. These range from 1960s and ’70s blocks to charming Tudor and Gothic-influenced apartments.

Locals enjoy a buzzing commercial hub well-equipped with independent and franchise stores, bars, cafes and a whole host of other amenities. Hospitals, University NSW – Randwick is just a flash away from an exhibition at Moore Park’s Entertainment Quarter, or a surf at Coogee, Bronte or Clovelly beach.

At Randwick, nothing is ever too far away.

Who lives here

Families with kids, professionals, singles, retirees, doctors

Great for…

Easy commute to CBD, airport, Hospitals, University NSW. Near parks and beaches. Shopping and Cafes

The market

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Median house price


Median unit price


Distance to city

20 min drive to city

Primary schools

Randwick PS
St Margarets Mary’s Catholic
Rainbow Street Public
Claremont College
Coogee Boys Prep School
Centennial Park School
Emanuel School
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart

High Schools

Brigidine Catholic College
Randwick Girls High
Emanuel School
International French School
Randwick Boys High School

Interested in Randwick?

Whether you’re hoping to find your forever home or just looking to invest, we’re here to answer all your questions and help you find the perfect property. Get in touch with Charlotte and her team today.

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