Elizabeth Bay is a harbourside suburb three kilometres away from the city. It’s a suburb roughly described by its residents as their own getaway, with views of calming waters right out of their backyards or windows.
If there was such a thing as a hidden treasure in the world of suburbs, Chippendale would be a strong contender. Outlasting its working class history, the suburb has reimagined its destiny and became a pleasant extension of the city.
Personality: this is what Dulwich Hill is all about as a suburb. The beauty of the neighbourhood is defined by both its appearance and its ability to make people feel comfortable and at home.
Waterloo is a neighbourhood out of the ordinary. It has everything you’ll want from a big city, while owning its identity as a safe space for everyone, no matter their interests or preferences.
Building from its industrial history, Mascot is urbanising at the right pace—keeping up with the times with its new commercial and apartment blocks, without disturbing serene and green spots that more suburbs should aspire to have.
If what you have in mind is a neighbourhood you’ll call your home for the long haul, Kogarah is the place for you. It has everything that you might need at every stage of your life …
Kings Cross, or “The Cross” for many, is a neighbourhood that balances elements of vibrance with peacefulness; productivity with a lifestyle of fun. Formerly a notorious red light district …
Pyrmont is a great place to live. It’s emerging and elegant, without neglecting the basics. Being a part of this suburb means co-writing the new pages of its history for many decades to come.
In the past, Rozelle couldn’t quite compare with the charm of old Balmain. But through time, Rozelle has developed its own personality and unique features that drew the attention of homebuyers and visitors alike.