DiJones Eastern Suburbs Paddington office

Eastern Suburbs real estate

DiJones Paddington

Level 1/222 Glenmore Road

+61 2 8356 7878

home@dijones.com.au

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8:30am - 5:30pm

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DiJones Woollahra

98 Holdsworth Street

+61 2 8356 7878

home@dijones.com.au

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Sydney's Eastern Suburbs is close to the beating heart of the City of Sydney, and is a blend of big city vibe and coastal living with a whole lot of style and elegance thrown in. Spanning from Sydney Harbour to the beautiful beaches of Bondi, Tamarama and Bronte, it is home to fabulous bars and restaurants, designer fashion stores, world renowned swimming spots, coastal walks and parklands.

In 2016, the area registered a population of just under 270,000. There are plenty of daycares, schools and higher education opportunities in the area, as well as access to bus networks and other public transport, and major roads to the city and suburbs. The median house price for Eastern suburbs real estate is just over $1.7 million (2021).

Things to see and do in the Eastern Suburbs

Life in the Eastern Suburbs' is certainly busy, but it's exciting. It is where the new and old mingle charmingly: Paddington is home to some of Sydney's oldest Victorian architecture. Not far from there lies the world-famous beaches of Bondi (as seen on Bondi Rescue), Coogee and Bronte. There's something for everyone in the Eastern Suburbs.

For lovers of horse racing, Randwick is a favourite destination - home to the Royal Randwick Racecourse. The suburb of Randwick is also home to Botany Bay National Park and the Centennial Parklands, which include three of Sydney's largest parks - Centennial Park, Moore Park and Queens Park. Here, walking trails offer an abundance of nature to enjoy in the city.

For those who love the beach, a short hike will transport you back in time. This 2.7km trail to the Macquarie Lighthouse is a great stroll for anyone interested in Australian history. There are even guided tours of Macquarie Lighthouse, where you can learn about the lighthouse named after NSW's first Governor, Lachlan Macquarie. Another fantastic opportunity for outdoor adventure is the 6km walk from Coogee Beach to Bondi – taking you along a path with views of sprawling sand and crashing waves.

If you want a taste of metropolitan lifestyle, with a mix of history and stunning beaches, Sydney's Eastern Suburbs is the place to be.