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2007 is a region within New South Wales just 2 km from Sydney. Ultimo, the inner-city suburb in the 2007 region, boasts over 8,845 people and is bordered by significant landmarks like Darling Harbor, Pyrmont, and Chippendale. Ultimo is also populated by large warehouses, broadcasting stations, museums, and parks. In terms of housing, 2007 is still primarily characterized by heritage homes and old Victorian buildings. Plus, since it’s home to the University of Technology Sydney Campus, Ultimo is also a central residential area for students.
There are three areas within the 2008 postcode; Chippendale, Darlington, and Golden Grove. Chippendale’s fast-growing suburban area features creative buildings, lovely landscapes, and relatively busy streets. Their city gates are open to tourists, locals from neighbouring towns, and former residents visiting their families. With a large number of primary, secondary, and tertiary institutions in the 2008 Postcode area, it’s obvious why the number of students in the area keeps increasing yearly. Plus, thanks to the big-budget price tags that come with most homes, housing solutions are adequate for established professionals and entrepreneurs who have the means to own generously spaced terraces and multi-room bungalows.
St Bartholomew’s Park, Pyrmont Park, and Pirrama Park are among the top recreational and green spaces in the area of Pyrmont in the 2009 location. From the peninsula of Pyrmont Park, you have views of Balmain East, while in Pirrama Park, leisure spaces are available to you, such as barbeque equipment, cafés, and facilities for children. In Darling Harbour you will find a casino called The Star, but there are also other commercial features such as the Sydney Fish Market and the headquarters of Vodafone.
Appreciating the services offered by the suburbs in the 2010 postcode is easy since there is plenty to use. Darlinghurst features a public school, a park, and an art school, in addition to St Vincent Hospital. You've also got a museum to the northwest and many other services such as cafes, hairdresser fitness centres, and hotels. Surry Hills has cycle paths to enjoy in addition to parks and walking trails. There are also restaurants and graphic design services in this neighbourhood, in addition to a solicitor and legal businesses.
With excellent views of the World famous Sydney Opera House, via Garden Island, 2011 is an exciting and thriving postcode close to the heart of Australia’s most popular city! Home to Rushcutters Bay, famous for its harbourside suburbs of high-end flats and views of countless yachts. Small boats are docked at the harbour. Elizabeth Bay famous for Elizabeth Bay House, a Regency-style house that overlooks the harbour. 2011 is a beautiful mix of modern Australian life and Australian history!
Just south of Sydney’s central business district is 2015, home to the suburbs of Alexandria, Beaconsfield, and Eveleigh. 2015 is blessed with a vibrant rich history, thanks to its strong connections to the greater Sydney area, and its past as a small municipality, since 1868. 2015 is blessed with a healthy and vibrant population of just under 13,000, which benefits from local amenities urban connections, and local nature reserves, such as Sydney Park.
Located about 40+ KM from the Sydney Business District, suburbs like Glendenning, Colebee, and Oakhurst sit pretty on the greenery of New South Wales. These towns have indeed increased over the years alongside the real estate market. Besides, the suburbs in 2761 are not without pure gem vacation spots, picture-perfect attractions, and recreational centres. Places like Glendenning, Joe McAleer Park, and the calm and comfy rest stops are just some of the most suitable places to relax, rejuvenate and prepare for a new week. The markets in these suburbs are equally relatively safe and easy to access. Feel free to visit the night markets or get fresh produce from the nearest farmers' market. 2761 may be home to many entrepreneurs, professionals, and students alike, but it's also an excellent place to raise a family, thanks to the standard education system.
Lush green open spaces, parks and golf courses, including the Eastlake Golf Course and the Lakes Golf course, provide perfect locations to indulge in recreational activity. But in the area of 2018 much more is available, including a school, a few churches and a shopping centre. Rosebery is also extremely close to the Eastlake neighbourhood, providing the Turruwul park, with ample green open space, several schools including the Sydney International Film School, and a shopping centre.
Despite being close to the airport, 2019 is a green, leafy area. It is family-friendly and in close proximity to plenty of lush green parks and beautiful beaches. It boasts a blend of urban and rural elements, with a few coffee shops and pubs. It also has a couple of pharmacies and the 309 bus route runs through the area, which will take you to Redfern and Green Square station. You'll have no problem accessing the central business district should you need to explore further out. It's a homely country town with an urban twist.
From the shops along the Botany Road to the wide variety of takeaway food, there is something for everyone in the 2020 area. Mascot offers a real community vibe and its close proximity to a university, beaches, and schools make it a great location for families. It is only 7km away from the Sydney central business district if you need to access the city, but with nature and urban features on your doorstep, as well as the essential amenities, you might want to stay in Mascot.
Centennial Park, Moore Park, and Paddington are all within the area of 2021, in the locality of Bondi. Overall, Bondi has been described as a cosmopolitan area with frequent visitors from abroad, as travellers have stated it is a great place to return to. Rental prices in 2021 have risen, as well as the cost to buy property. Notable areas of interest within 2021 include Rushcutters Bay, Macleay Point, and Elizabeth Point, all conveniently located under 2.3 kilometres away.
An area that has gone through many developments in the recent past, Bondi Junction now features many residential changes, an increase in transport networks, and various other amenities and services. You'll notice the commercial area that provides plenty of retail shops. It is known as one of the biggest shopping areas in the metropolitan area of Sydney. The 2022 area is also renowned for its rugby league club – the Sydney Roosters, or the Eastern Suburbs District Rugby League Football Club. If you need to get around, there are plenty of transport links in the area too.
Located beside the harbour, 2023 is a suburb of Sydney in the Municipality of Woollahra. It is located in an incredibly affluent area, being named the most expensive suburb in Australia in 2018. A median house price for the area is reported at $5.4 million, with the highest taxable income averages in Australia. The real estate of 2023 is incredibly exclusive, with houses in the area selling for sums as much as $60 million in the case of the Rona estate. Other notable houses include the historic Queen Anne home Caerleon (sold last for $22 million) and Ginahgulla, also known as Fairfax House.
Situated near the beach, 2024 is a suburb of Sydney located in New South Wales. The suburb is around 7 kilometres east of the Sydney central business district. There are many beautiful, natural points of interest to visit, including Bronte Beach, Nelson Bay, and Bronte Park. Here in 2024, you can participate in cliff-top walking paths and enjoy the beautiful scenery. There are a number of heritage-listed sites including Bronte House and Waverly Cemetery.
Woollahra, the central suburb of 2025, lies close to the Diendagulla and the South Pacific Ocean, within reach of countless surrounding suburbs and attractions that make the most of these ocean and water views, such as the World famous Bondi Beach. Known for its village shopping centre, Woollahra is a wonderfully modern suburb, yet still surrounded by a rich history and plenty of natural grounds. 2025 lies to the East of Sydney’s Central Business District, so its urban connections are also strong.
Home to the suburbs of Bondi and North Bondi, both Coastally-based Eastern suburbs of Sydney, in New South Wales. 7 Kilometres East of Sydney Central Business District. Both suburbs are within very easy access of the World-famous Bondi beach, a very popular location for both tourists and locals. Both Bondi and North Bondi are popular with young independent people, seeking to live in a metropolitan area bursting with life and culture. With access to multiple coastal walks and the North Bondi Rocks, there is never a lack of things to do in 2026.
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