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Alexandria is an inner-city suburb that is about four kilometres to the CBD

Bellevue Hill

A haven for the privileged, this exclusive hilltop suburb is home to some of Australia’s most prominent families who love the privacy of Bellevue Hill’s discreet high-walled estates and protective gardens.


With a prime spot on the tip of a peninsular just west of the Sydney CBD, Birchgrove is an affluent suburb home to professionals and celebrities.


Bondi is undoubtedly one of Sydney’s most internationally recognised icons, and there’s unlikely to be a tourist in town who hasn’t set out to see its golden shores and rolling surf.

Bondi Beach

Along with the Opera House and Harbour Bridge, Bondi is undoubtedly one of Sydney’s most internationally recognised icons, and there’s unlikely to be a tourist in town who hasn’t set out to see its golden shores and rolling surf.

Bondi Junction

This is an increasingly popular residential suburb with a wide variety of architectural styles from elegant Victorian terraces, Federation homes, weatherboard cottages and modern high-rise apartments mixed with a commercial centre.


Bronte is home to one of Sydney’s most picturesque beaches, where the lush expanse of Bronte Gully cascades down to parkland and golden sands framed by dramatic clifftops.

Centennial Park

The prestigious suburb of Centennial Park is primarily devoted to the magnificent expanse of greenery known as Centennial Parklands – Sydney’s answer to Central Park.


Retaining a traditional Australian beachside ambience, the suburb of Coogee is one suburb to the south of Bronte and just 7km from the CBD.


Only 6 kilometres from the city, Cremorne is fringed by water.

Darling Point

Darling Point remains one of Sydney’s most aspirational real estate addresses. This refined inner city haven is prized for its gracious architecture, boutique peninsula setting and wonderfully convenient location just 3km from the CBD.


Like so many of Sydney’s inner city suburbs, Darlinghurst’s gentrification just seems to continue. Bordering the south west of the CBD, it’s one of Sydney’s most renowned entertainment hubs, with lower Oxford Street and the bustling Taylor’s Square home to countless bars and clubs.

Double Bay

As Sydney’s answer to Rodeo Drive or Knightsbridge, Double Bay is the high-fashion capital of the Eastern Suburbs. Perfectly turned-out ladies who lunch flock to its exclusive designer stores and chi chi restaurants.

Dover Heights

Dover Heights is located just one suburb north of North Bondi just 8km from the CBD, and is characterised by the dramatic oceanfront clifftops which create its eastern border.

East Sydney

This Darlinghurst precinct centres on a vibrant urban enclave known as ‘Little Italy’, named for the prevalent array of authentic Italian eateries lining the main drag, Stanley Street.


Nestled in between Woollahra, Darling Point and Bondi Junction, the diminutive suburb of Edgecliff is made up of only 15 streets, conveniently located just 3km from the CBD.

Elizabeth Bay

Just 2km east of the CBD, this picturesque, diminutive harbourside enclave is one of Sydney’s most charming, with its elegant architecture reflecting its early heritage. Many Elizabeth Bay properties enjoy spectacular harbour views either back to the city or north across Rushcutters Bay.


Glebe is something of a village-style suburb sitting on the peripheries of CBD. Its proximity to both the business district and at three universities means this place is an eclectic mix of students, professionals and long-term locals.


Kensington is best known as the home of the University of New South Wales (UNSW) and the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA); but this little postcode’s appeal doesn’t begin and end with hitting the books.


Kingsford is a short stroll is the University of New South Wales and NIDA (The National Institute of Dramatic Art) whose graduates include superstars Mel Gibson, Cate Blanchett and Baz Luhrmann.

Lane Cove

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Leichhardt is a residential suburb best known as the hub of Sydney’s Italian community. Norton Street and Marion Street buzz with cafes, trattorias and bakeries, and thousands of people visit the annual Italian Festa food festival, every October.

Little Bay

One of Sydney's undiscovered jewels until recent times, Little Bay is a tranquil seaside suburb situated between Malabar and La Perouse on the northern headland of historic Botany Bay - some 12 kilometres south of the Sydney CBD and less than 15 minutes from Sydney Airport.


Longueville is on The Lower North Shore which traces its history back to the Aboriginal rock carvings and middens that are hidden under local houses and in their gardens.


One beach south along the coast from Coogee, Maroubra is quieter and less densely populated than its neighbour Bondi. Its beachfront promenade sports only a few cafes, rather than a hectic waterfront strip, and its laidback, down-to-earth atmosphere is favoured by families.


Multi-layered and diverse, Marrickville is a melting pot of cultures with an all-embracing attitude. It’s a foodie hangout, has a vibrant music and art scene, and enviable infrastructure that keeps locals well connected.


Mascot is a suburb in south-eastern Sydney located 7 kilometres south of the Sydney central business district.


With coastline on three sides the charming streets of Mosman are studded with premium properties.


A secret gem in the middle of the lower north shore, Naremburn is nestled between Willoughby and Crows Nest.

Neutral Bay

Neutral Bay is just over the Harbour Bridge and nestled on the water.


Located on Sydney's Northern Beaches, Newport offers a great opportunity to create the ideal work/life mix in a highly sought after area.

North Balgowlah

North Balgowlah is 13 kilometres north-east of the CBD in the local government area of the Warringah Council but still considered to be in the Northern Beaches district of Sydney.

North Bondi

With Bondi Beach right on its doorstep, and Bondi Junction and Rose Bay only moments away, laid-back North Bondi has all the perks that come with urban coastal living.


Northbridge is a suburb on the lower North Shore of Sydney, 7 kilometres north of the Sydney central business district. Northbridge is the perfect mix of quiet surrounds and easy access to Chatswood, Northern Beaches and CBD.


Just 3km from the CBD, quaint and charming Paddington is one of Sydney’s best-known suburbs.

Point Piper

Comprising just 10 streets of which six are tiny cul-de-sacs, diminutive Point Piper is an ultra-exclusive peninsula jutting northward into Sydney Harbour between Double Bay and Rose Bay, 4.5km from the CBD.

Potts Point

Sophisticated and cosmopolitan, Potts Point is often referred to as ‘Parisienne’ in its ambience, with its main tree-lined boulevard, Macleay Street, blessed with a traditional grandeur mixed with a chic urban buzz.

Queens Park

Queens Park is a small suburb in the eastern suburbs of Sydney located approximately 6 kilometres east of the Sydney central business district.


Approximately 6km from the CBD, Randwick is bordered by the lush expanses of Queens and Centennial parks to the north, the suburbs of Coogee and Clovelly to the east, Kingsford to the south and Kensington to the west. Its name is synonymous with racing.


In the midst of urban renewal, Redfern is rapidly becoming a thriving district of culture with a trendy bar and art scene.

Rose Bay

Split almost perfectly in half by the main artery, Old South Head Road, Rose Bay is a salubrious suburb just 7kms from the CBD.


Rosebery is an inner city suburb of Sydney just six kilometres from the CBD. Whisper Quiet, only 10 mins from the city and beach.

Rushcutters Bay

Less than 3km from the CBD, this diminutive harbourside suburb is a favourite with executives, enamoured by its proximity to the city and the array of entertainment on offer in nearby Darlinghurst, Potts Point, Paddington and Kings Cross.

Surry Hills

Once the centre of Sydney’s garment trade, the Surry Hills of today is a trendy and essentially gentrified inner city address with a distinct arty edge.


Cosmopolitan, vibrant and multicultural, the City of Sydney is made up of a pastiche of precincts each with its own unique character.


Tamarama is a beachside suburb, eastern suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia.


Very much a family oriented suburb, exclusive Vaucluse is all about large blocks of land, lush gardens, swimming pools and sweeping views, either back across Sydney harbour or out to sea.


Waterloo is a great inner-city location, with an up-and-coming lifestyle.

Watsons Bay

Set at the entrance of the peninsula which culminates in dramatic South Head, Watsons Bay has grown into an exclusive family address.


Waverley is located 7 kilometres east of the CBD, and is located in the adjacent suburb of Bondi Junction.


With a village appeal, Waverton is within easy reach the CBD.


Surrounded by foreshore parks and featuring a quiet ambience this leafy suburb is perfectly positioned just outside of all the action!


Cosmopolitan, refined and charming, Woollahra is 4km east of the CBD. Considered the grown up version of its neighbour Paddington, Woollahra’s leafy avenues are lined with a variety of properties.


This inner city harbourside suburb has undergone one of the area’s most notable gentrifications over the past decade, with a dramatic transformation of this former working class area.