Suburb Profiles

Alexandria

This inner city suburb dates back to the late 60s. Originally a residential area, getting its name from Princess Alexandria, the wife of King Edward VII. Just 4 km from the CBD and has great transport via Redfern and Green Square Station. Alexandria has a reputation of affordable living that makes it so attractive for all families, students and young professionals. With its wide green sporting grounds, leafy streets, Golden Triangle, classic terraces and semi-detached houses make Alexandria so appealing.…

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Annandale

Architectural and affluent, Annandale is a forever-home location for many lucky families. With one end boasting water views of Rozelle Bay, a cafe laden intersection at Johnston and Booth streets in the middle, and another border on the ever bustling Parramatta Road connecting residents to the city, Annandale offers something for everyone. Steeped in history, Annandale’s unusually wide streets are home to heritage-listed homes, churches and galleries. There’s a balance in the air in Annandale,…

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Burwood

West of the CBD (about a 20-minute drive), Burwood boasts great shopping and eating together with plenty of schools, excellent transport and some gorgeous Federation homes. Peek inside one of Burwood’s simple but excellent cafes and you’ll spot city workers on their day off and grandmas enjoying a good book. Burwood is a proudly multicultural community, with many local families hailing from China and India. There’s plenty to explore in Burwood. Roughly grouped around the railway station are…

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Camperdown

Camperdown is an Inner Western suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Camperdown is located 4 kilometres south-west of the Sydney central business district and is part of the Inner West region. Camperdown lies across the local government areas of the City of Sydney and Marrickville Council. Camperdown is a heavily populated suburb and is home to the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, the University of Sydney and the historic Camperdown Cemetery. It was also once home to the Royal…

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Chippendale

Chippendale is one of Sydney’s smallest suburbs and enjoys a bustling student population due to its proximity to Sydney University and UTS. Chippendale takes its name from William Chippendale who was granted a 95 acre estate in 1819. Terrace row houses feature predominantly in Chippendale due to the industries of the last century. Built as the houses of trades people, shopkeepers and alike as they were economical and satisfied the whole spectrum of housing needs. Today these terraces and workers…

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Concord

Concord is a suburb in the Inner West of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It is 15 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of the City of Canada Bay. Concord is known as the 'Parkland Suburb' of the Inner West. Concord West is a separate suburb, to the north-west. Concord features a small shopping strip on Majors Bay Road. Several cafes and restaurants featuring outside dining are located here. Concord is well served by Sydney Bus services…

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Darlington

Darlington is a small, inner-city suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Darlington is located about 3 kilometres south of the Sydney central business district and is part of the local government area of the City of Sydney. Although Darlington is small in area it can be split into a number of subdivisions including the Golden Grove locality. Much of the western half of the suburb has become part of the campus of the University of Sydney while the south-west and the east has…

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Drummoyne

Spectacular views, easy access and excellent outlet shopping, all set amongst blue-chip real estate, Drummoyne is increasingly popular, and it’s obvious why! Drummoyne is home to people at many stages of life. Here, you’re most likely to find younger singles and couples as well as more established families with older kids. More than 70% of working people in Drummoyne spend their weekdays in offices, as professionals, managers or administrative staff. Victoria Road (one of Sydney’s busiest roads)…

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Earlwood

Earlwood is located in the inner-west of Sydney, just 12 km south of the CBD. With bus services and train lines to help you get to your everyday locations. You can find a shopping plaza, Coles supermarket and many other shops located in nearby distance. Also you will never be left hungry with a number of restaurants and cafes scattered through the town. This town stretches along the southern bank of Cooks River to the northern bank of Wolli Creek making it a relaxing environment and provides wonderful…

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Enmore

Enmore is a small inner west suburb of Sydney and is primarily residential, although there is a commercial strip along Enmore Road. Enmore is located 5 km\\\'s south west of the Sydney CBD and is serviced by State Transit Authority buses. 30 - 39 years is the predominant age group and households comprised of 41.3% family, 31.1% lone person and 14.9% groups. Dwelling Types 32.6% apartments, 47.3% semi/terrace, 17.4% separate houses and 2.7% other. There are nearby schools in Newtown…

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Erskineville

Erskineville is famous for its village atmosphere only 5km from Sydney’s CBD. Erskineville began as one of the earliest grants in the colony of NSW given to the superintendent of convicts Nicholas Devine. Devine left his property to his carers the Rochford’s in 1830. The estate was then subdivided and part sold to George Erskine who built Erskine Villa on the site. In 1893 it became the brand new suburb of Erskineville. Erskineville village features cafes, pubs and specialty shops, as well as…

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Haberfield

Haberfield is a suburb in the Inner Westof Sydney, in the state of New South Wales. Haberfield is located 9 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district in the local government area of the Municipality of Ashfield. Haberfield sits south of Iron Cove, which is part of Sydney Harbour. It is bounded to the east by the Hawthorne canal, to the northwest by the Iron Cove Creek canal and to the southwest by Parramatta Road. Its main road is Ramsay Street and the point of land that faces Iron…

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Homebush West

There is always something to do in Homebush West with the Sydney Markets located immediately north of the train line at Flemington. The commercial area has a number of specialties including Produce, Flowers, Growers, Fresh Food, Paddy's Markets, Sydney Markets Plaza and more. Marrickville has four primary public schools: You can find many schools colleges and Churches nearby, which make this positive town attractive to young families. Homebush is located just 16 kilometres from the CBD with Homebush…

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Leichhardt

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Marrickville

Marrickville has become the new and independent town of art couture and live music with its vibrant community. With its close neighbours of Stanmore, Enmore, Newtown, St Peters, Sydenham, Tempe, Dulwich Hill and Petersham. Marrickville is a wide multi-cultural community, which means it offers a vast range of cafes and restaurants featuring Italian, Portuguese, Lebanese, Thai, Vietnamese, Turkish, Modern Australian, Nepalese, Chinese, Greek and Japanese. The town has it all, Marrickville Metro Shopping…

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Mascot

With all the multi-storey development going on in the neighbourhood, it’s safe to assume that Mascot’s on the rise… literally. The area has more than its fair share of apartments and is a popular choice for professionals who want a well-priced pad that’s still close to everything Sydney’s famous for – beaches, restaurants and shopping. It seems that’s everyone is aware of the charms of this little neighbourhood. Young, old; independent or in a family, there’s a meeting of new residents…

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Newtown

Newtown’s famous King Street and eclectic reputation brings people from all over Sydney. The area’s name is attributed to a local merchant, John Webster, who in 1832 named their store ‘New Town Stores’. Newtown sees affordable terraces and semi detached houses alongside original mansions and restored homes of grand proportions. Converted industrial spaces and new apartment blocks complete Newtown’s residential offerings. Located only 5km from the CBD, Newtown offers a fantastic central…

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Petersham

Clear your head the picturesque parks of Petersham. Petersham Park has to be the most outstanding. It’s classic Victorian manner design. With beautiful gardens, cricket field, and a cycle path also makes the park great place for exercise, picnics and sports. The suburb offers a wide variety of daycare centres, preschools Public Schools and high schools. Petersham also has excellent access to the University of Sydney and the University of Technology, with less than five kilometres away and a campus…

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Redfern

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St. Peters

St Peters is a suburb in the Inner West of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales. St Peters is located 7 kilometres south of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of Marrickville Council. The Princes Highway is a major arterial road in southern Sydney. It has its origins in St Peters at the intersection with King Street and Sydney Park Road. Also located at this intersection is St Peters railway station which is served by trains on the Bankstown Line of the Sydney Trains…

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