Sydney Suburb Highlights
The glamorous suburb of Mosman is home to the beautiful and magical Balmoral Beach. Like a gentle impressionist painting, Balmoral beach is lined with bathers languishing on the soft sands. Calm waters mean that safely doing laps is possible and children can play serenely.
Two sought-after areas that line Sydney Habour on the North side facing the Opera House and middle Harbour in the other direction. Cremorne, and especially the ritzy Cremorne Point, provide incredible views with their sloping vantage points.
Hugging the Harbour Bridge is the incredibly central suburb of North Sydney on the North Shore. Competing with the CBD for the business center of central Sydney, it offers apartments, shops and office blocks with some older buildings resisting the tide of progress.
Quite possibly the most convenient Sydney suburb. Straight off the Harbour Bridge and you are home. Cammeray has access to the beautiful Middle Harbour of Sydney, with its sheltered waterways and marinas.
Its waterfront position adds prestige to the Neutral Bay name, known for its million-dollar views of Sydney Harbour. Today, Neutral Bay continues to attract people to its picturesque cafe and al fresco dining scene.
The pinnacle of Sydney success is a waterfront home facing the Harbour Bridge on Point Piper. With a limited number of homes, it is a tiny suburb with high demand.
Just above Double Bay and Point Piper, and overlooking the harbour is the very established and grand suburb of Bellevue Hill, with the super-rich enjoying half acre blocks. Bellevue Hill is always in the top 3 most expensive suburbs in Sydney.
If socialite spotting is your thing, then the upmarket shops and restaurants of Double Bay will be heaven. This is is the Beverley Hills of Sydney. The glitterati like to be scene lunching in one of the many cafes that line the streets.
Elegant and leafy with a distinctly Parisian air is Woollahra, close to the city on the eastern side. Sophisticated terraces and shops sit side by side, with an air of smugness.
Rows upon row of beautiful terrace houses that symbolise the yesteryear of Sydney. Paddington is all things hip and romantic at the same time. Beautiful boutiques and restaurants dot the back streets, along with canopies of shady trees.
This is one of the suburbs that often tops the most expensive and coveted Sydney neighbourhoods. A small exclusive point, it offers convenience to the CBD (only 4 kms east ) plus waterfront access, gracious waterfront homes and magnificent older mansions.
Well and truly into the prestigious Eastern Suburbs belt, wedged between Bellevue Hill, Dover Heights, Point Piper and Vaucluse following the waterside, and dotted with marinas and expensive restaurants.
Situated between Bondi, Rose Bay and Vaucluse is Dover Heights. If you are looking for a larger, imposing family home with more of a tranquil suburban flavour, yet close to beaches and some action, then Dover Heights will be the place to have it all.
Iconic, world famous… is how any description of Bondi starts. Our most well known beach has reincarnated itself as hip and sophisticated, from its grungier past working class past.
Originally a fishing village, removed from the hustle and bustle of Sydney, it is now one of the most exclusive suburbs of Sydney. The vibe is one of stepping back in time, so if commuting isn’t an issue and lifestyle is your most important decision, then Watson’s Bay is the perfect compromise.
Hugging the hill and peninsula of the eastern suburbs is one of Sydney’s most expensive suburbs. Just after Rose Bay and before the quaint village of Watsons Bay.
Bronte Beach is one of Australia’s most sought after suburbs and one of its most expensive per square meter. Houses here are fought for with serious ardour.
Clovelly is a small seaside suburb just below Randwick and between Coogee and Bronte. Over the last 15 years, it has been gentrified from its working-class roots, with a large demand from beach thirsty buyers!
Coogee has a smaller Bondi vibe with heaps of backpackers and young people hanging out creating a fun and lively atmosphere.
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.
Maroubra is one of Australia’s top surfing beaches! Maroubra has retained its working-class attitude and presents a laid back atmosphere, with the locals enjoying a much more causal scene than Bondi or Bronte.