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Avalon is a northern suburb of Sydney and is located 35 km from the CBD. It is a beautiful beachside town filled with parks, kids playgrounds, bicycle paths & tennis courts with the iconic village, cafes, restaurants and cinema all within easy reach.
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Bronte is a beachside suburb of Sydney only 8 klms east of the CBD & just over a kilometre walk south of Bondi. Bronte Beach sits on Nelson Bay, surrounded by Bronte Park and offers scenic clifftop walking paths south to Coogee and north to Tamarama & Bondi Beach. There is an ocean-fed lap pool tucked in beneath the south headland providing one of Sydney’s finest saltwater swim experiences (free entry). The wide grassy park behind the beach has barbecues and picnic tables and gives way to a wooded gully between rows of expensive houses on the opposing hillsides.
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Bondi / Tamarama
Bondi is of course world-renowned for its iconic beach – with a well deserved reputation as one of the world’s most attractive beaches & top surfing destinations. Only 7klms to the city centre & with public transport readily available, Bondi has something to offer everyone from art galleries, cafes, surf shops, nice restaurants, cool bars and designer clothing stores. To discover other stunning beaches nearby, take the coastal walk to Tamarama, Bronte and Coogee. Make sure you visit the popular "Icebergs" gracing the cliffs at South Bondi and take a walk along Gould St for its special array of restaurants, cafes and shops.
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Clovelly / Coogee
Clovelly is a small beach-side suburb in Sydney's eastern suburbs with Coogee just to its south and located only 8 kilometres south-east of the CBD. Clovelly & Coogee are both mainly residential suburbs with both beaches very popular with swimmers. Clovelly is home to one of the first surf lifesaving clubs in the world, Clovelly Surf Life Saving Club, which was founded in 1906, with the Coogee Life Saving club following the year after in 1907.
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Darling Point / Rushcutters Bay
Darling Point is regarded as one of the most exclusive & prestigious suburbs in Australia located only 4klm from the Sydney CBD. Darling Point is bounded by Sydney Harbour to the north, Double Bay to the east, Edgecliff to the south and Rushcutters Bay to the west. It also offers all necessary conveniences right at your doorstep with only a short walk to the local store and Edgecliff shopping centre and train station.
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Elizabeth Bay / Potts Point
Located on the harbour only 3klm east of the CBD this area is well renowned as a coffee lovers mecca, with a particular favourite being "Gypsy Espresso". Macleay Street offers a large array of restaurants, designer shops, galleries, supermarkets and cafés. With beautiful natural parks and spectacular harbour views on offer it is also still within easy walking distance to Kings Cross station.
Originally called “Keltie Bay” after the master of the First Fleet vessel HMS “Sirius”, the suburbs current name evolved because of the pair of bays on its northern harbour foreshore. Governor Macquarie originally bought 20 acres for development as a Botanic Garden, but the garden never eventuated. The 1920’s and 30’s were the growth years for Double Bay with the bulk of its stylish apartments and elegant bungalows being built.
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Known for its heritage Victorian terraces with cast-iron lace detailing, Paddington is where you'll spot the latest trends in fashion, art, food and wine. Bustling Oxford Street is lined with fashion and shoe salons, as well as homeware stores, cafes & restaurants. Paddington Markets, held on Saturdays, are a Sydney institution with some of the city’s top designers starting out here. At the cusp of Glenmore Road, Five Ways is a hub of activity with the popular Royal Hotel, delis, grocers and cafes.
Queens Park / Randwick
Located only 6 km from the CBD, Queens Park was originally part of the Sydney Common & later the Lachlan Swamps Water Reserve. Today it is a large urban park, part of Centennial Parklands. Randwick was named after the village of Randwick in Gloucestershire, England, birthplace of Simeon Henry Pearce, who became Mayor of Randwick no less than six times. Simeon and his brother James, who migrated to Australia in 1842, were responsible for the early development of Randwick and Coogee. Randwick of course is famous for the renowned Randwick Race course which has recently undergone a multimillion dollar face lift.
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Redfern / Moore Park
Redfern is an inner-city suburb of Sydney only 3klms south of the CBD. Bordering Moore Park is a large area of Parkland consisting of 3 parks being Moore Park, Centennial Park and Queens Park. Moore Park is the location of two of Sydney's largest sporting venues, the Sydney Cricket Ground and Sydney Football Stadium. It also lends host to Sydney's Entertainment Quarter, Fox Studios and Hordern Pavilion - a multipurpose entertainment venue.
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Rose Bay is a harbourside, eastern suburb of Sydney, located 7 kms east of the CBD. Rose Bay has views of both the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge together. From 1938, seaplanes landed in Sydney Harbour on Rose Bay, making this Sydney's first international airport. There are two golf courses located in Rose Bay. Woollahra Golf Club is a public 9-hole course and Royal Sydney Golf Club is a private 27-hole championship course, not open to the public.
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Surry Hills is an inner-city suburb of Sydney located immediately south-east of the CBD. It is bordered by Elizabeth Street and Chalmers Street to the west, Cleveland Street to the south, South Dowling Street to the east, and Oxford Street to the north. Popular with young professionals, it is renowned as a vibrant entertainment and design precinct with a diverse mix of residential, commercial and light industrial areas. Crown Street marks the heart of the suburb and is packed with top restaurants, cafés, boutiques and speciality design stores.
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Vaucluse / Watsons Bay
Watsons Bay sits on the end of the South Head peninsula and takes its name from the sheltered bay and anchorage on its western side, in Port Jackson (Sydney Harbour). It provides views across the harbour to the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The Gap is an ocean cliff on the eastern side with views to Manly at North Head and the Pacific Ocean. Vaucluse is the only adjacent suburb, to the south. Vaucluse is a mainly residential suburb. For many years, it was the most affluent suburb in Sydney and in terms of houses and properties is still in the top five most expensive suburbs.
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Woolloomooloo (WUU-lu-mu-LOO) is a harbour side, inner-city eastern suburb of Sydney. Woolloomooloo is 1.5 kilometres east of the Sydney central business district. It is in a low-lying, former docklands area at the head of Woolloomooloo Bay, on Sydney Harbour. The Domain sits to the west, the locality of East Sydney is near the south-west corner of the suburb and the locality of Kings Cross is near the south-east corner. Potts Point is immediately to the east. This has changed only recently with recent gentrification of the inner city areas of Sydney. The redevelopment of the waterfront now houses some of Sydneys best restaurants.
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