Sydney

If you work in the CBD, living in Sydney is about as convenient as it gets. Bordered by harbour, beautiful parks and dotted with restaurants, galleries and more, Sydney is a great place to live. People who live in Sydney are predominantly professionals and office workers who walk to work. The city is a cultural… Read More

Strathfield South

Strathfield South is a suburb, in the Inner West of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia 13 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district, in the Strathfield local government area. North Strathfield and Strathfield are separate suburbs, to the north. Strathfield South is located between Liverpool Road (Hume Highway) and the Cooks River, bordered on the east by Coronation Parade and to the west by the… Read More

Strathfield

Just 14km from the CBD, with a major train station and several well-regarded schools, it’s no wonder Strathfield is popular.  While Strathfield’s finest historical mansions may now house some of the district’s best schools, there are still plenty of regal homes to find, amongst the new apartment towers.  Strathfield is known as a multicultural community,… Read More

Ryde

As the third-oldest settlement in NSW behind Sydney and Parramatta, Ryde and its heritage listed buildings have quite a story to tell. Peppered with great infrastructure and surrounded by every convenience, Ryde is an ideal location for that time-honoured Australian home. Easy access to freeways, parks, schools and shopping centres – it’s clear why everyone… Read More

Penrith

As the last major suburb standing between metropolitan Sydney and the delights of the Blue Mountains National Park, Penrith locals have a lot of reasons to be proud. With great access to education, affordable housing, excellent sporting facilities (Go Panthers!), shopping centres and a national park nearby, Penrith has a lot to offer no matter… Read More

Mosman

Luxurious Mosman boasts historical homes, breathtaking views and plenty of amenities. People Once ensconced in Mosman, people tend to stay put, as is evidenced by the healthy population of silver foxes, which includes a mix of couples and singles. Lifestyle Between Mosman and bordering Cremorne, you’ll find all you need in terms of shopping, restaurants… Read More

McMahons Point

McMahons Point offers a unique lifestyle, That of a city location but with a village feel, its pretty tree-lined streets and parks are an oasis within this vibrant and busy suburb. Take a stroll up Blues Point Road where you will find an abundance of fresco dining options, pubs and diverse boutiques and stores. This… Read More

Marrickville

This is the multicultural hub of Sydney’s inner-west. People Multicultural Marrickville is home to a wonderful mix of single professionals and established families. Lifestyle If you can name a shop or amenity, Marrickville probably has not one, but two or three. Here, locals are spoilt for choice. Homes Marrickville’s diversity continues with its buildings –… Read More

Kensington

Delivering a high distinction on the location test, there’s a lot going on in this over-achieving neighbourhood. 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. Bordering Centennial… Read More

Hunters Hill

Jutting out into Sydney’s glittering harbour, this little waterside suburb boasts more than just a pretty setting.  There’s a real sense of history in Hunters Hill; from its heritage-listed homes to its exclusive private schools and tight-knit community. Bordered by the Parramatta River on one side and Lane Cove River on the other, there’s certainly… Read More

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