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Known for its central suburb, Double Bay, 2028 lies East of Sydney’s Central Business District, and looks overview of the Diendagulla. Double Bay Beach offers unrivalled views of Bradley’s Head and Clark Island. The suburb of Double Bay has easy access to Sydney, allowing for local residents to always be in touch with Australia’s most Modern offerings, but Double Bay offers a large number of entertainment facilities, as well as everyday facilities such as supermarkets, meaning that everything is always within reach!


Just 7km away from the Sydney central business district, the area of Rose Bay is located in the New South Wales area. This location boasts views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge in addition to the famous and world-renowned Sydney Opera house. With an array of sporting events such as the National Rugby League and Woollahra Golf club, you’ll feel right at home here in 2029 if you are a sports lover. And for those who own a dog, you can go for walks and take in some sea air at Rose Bay beach, which is a also popular place to go swimming.


Situated on the coastline of the Tasman Sea, 2030 is an eastern suburb of Sydney, located around 9 kilometres east of the Sydney Central Business District. Primarily a residential suburb, many properties boast views of iconic landmarks such as the Sydney Harbour and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The Dudley Page Reserve in 2030 is a popular location for weekend visitors, who like to enjoy the sunset and partake in picnics. Dover Heights is believed to have its name derived from the cliffs in Dover, Kent, due to a resemblance.


Not far from Sydney’s Central Business District is the small seaside suburb of Clovelly in 2031. Home to one of the world’s first Surf Life Saving Clubs, Clovelly Beach is a safe place for all the family to relax, swim, and surf. A little to the west is Randwick, which boasts excellent cafes and restaurants, beautiful parks, and great public transport links. So, for anyone hoping to hop on over to Sydney from 2031, all it takes is 15-minute ride on one of Randwick’s frequent buses.


With a population of about 4,920 people, Bellevue somehow stands as one of the richest settlement areas in Sydney. It’s just 5 KM east of Sydney's busy central district and is home to some of the biggest names in Australia. It’s lined with a good array of both private and public schools and residents equally enjoy easy access to supermarkets, farmers' markets and community markets. Plus, their cuisine is continental and versatile, with both local, continental and fast foods available on diverse menus. The 2023 Postcode areas are also exciting and productive places for business hopefuls, successful entrepreneurs, professionals and families hoping to give their children the best education can offer.


Kensington, in New South Wales, is just 6km away from the Sydney central business district. In close proximity to green outdoor spaces such as Moore Park, Fitzpatrick Park, Ingram Street Reserve and more, which are homes to an array of local wildlife, you can enjoy the outdoors on your doorstep. You’ll also find a campus of the University of New South Wales if higher education appeals to you, and there is also the Australian Golf club in this location, in addition to the Randwick Racecourse.


Being located in the beachside area of the City of Randwick and known for its secure swimming conditions, the area of Coogee in 2034 is incredibly popular with locals and tourists – particularly with families. With a rock pool area on the beach, and many festivals such as The Annual Coogee Family Fun Day, The Coogee Arts Festival, and the Island Challenge, you will not get bored in this seaside haven. The neighbourhood of South Coogee is nearby, offering the recreational area that is Latham Park, in which you can find football fields, tennis courts and cricket pitches.


Home to the ideal suburban communities Pagewood and Maroubra just 8km south of Sydney’s central business district, 2035 is a much sought-after location to live in. Maroubra is home to the breathtaking Maroubra Beach, a beautiful sandy beach and a prime spot for surfing. There are many wonderful restaurants to enjoy and dine-in in 2035 for the food lovers out there. 2035 offers you the optimum suburban living experience, with Sydney’s city centre also being just a few kilometres away.


Home to coastal suburbs just 13km south of Sydney’s central business district, 2036 boasts some breath-taking beaches, such as Yarra Bay, Frenchmans Bay, and Little Bay. It is a 40-minute bus ride from Chifley into Sydney’s city centre, therefore 2036 is a prime location for commuters to live. Do you want to be able to take in the gorgeous South Pacific Ocean whilst being close by to the international business city of Sydney? If so, we recommend looking a 2036 and its stunning suburbs.


In the 2037 area, you can explore the Glebe and Forest Lodge neighbourhoods. In Glebe, which is located a mere 3km away from the Sydney central business district, you can immerse yourself in the natural scenery of Blackwattle, and Rozelle Bay. With a shopping centre that has a food court and a cinema, as well as a Saturday market offering clothing, crafts and arts, Glebe has a real community feel. Neighbouring Forest Lodge is more of a peaceful, tranquil area which, in spite of its popularity with students, is a great place to unwind in its many cafes and local pubs.


Annandale is only 5km away from the Sydney central business district. You will find various churches in this location as well as a few local schools. In addition to the Johnston Creek, the Annandale area is bordered by White’s Creek and Sydney Harbour. In addition to the cafes and shops, you will find that there are plenty of local restaurants in the neighbourhood should you get hungry, and with several green, leafy parks you’ll feel right at home with the whole family in this suburb.


The only suburb you'll find in 2039 is the Rozelle suburb. You'll find cafes, walks along the waterside, a secondary college campus and a few beautiful parks here. To the east of this suburb, you'll find the Anzac bridge and cycle paths that cross into Rozelle over the Rozelle Bay. The Rozelle Bay itself surrounds the area on the east and western borders. Aside from the picturesque scenery, other perks include that you can make use of the convenient services in Rozelle. From building services to real estate agents, plumbers, gas fitters, and furniture movers, Rozelle Bay offers amenities, services, and attractions to be enjoyed.


An inner-west suburb of Sydney, situated just 6km away from the Sydney central business district, 2040 is a culturally diverse neighbourhood with multiple things to offer. Bicycle routes and paths interconnect with various areas within the suburb. The neighbouring Leichhardt area features an Aquatic Centre, in addition to the Leichhardt Oval, both of which are well worth a visit – the Oval is actually home to the Wests Tigers! With links to and from Sydney, you can visit the city that is most populous in Australia with ease.


Covering the areas of Balmain, Balmain East, and Birchgrove, 2041 is located in the locality of Leichardt, in New South Wales. The has undergone a transformation from a working-class industrial suburb into an easy-going place with a great community feel. The area has become desirable for upper-middle-class families due to the good schools and amenities like pubs and cafes. Points of interest within the 2041 area include Mort Bay and Snails Bay, giving the suburb a reputation as an excellent place for day trips.


The well-known Elmore Theatre provides live comedy and music in the 2042 area, and there are a number of gay pubs in which you can sip on a refreshing drink of your choice. Catering to the goth presence in the location, the yearly celebrated Under The Blue Moon festival attracts locals and visitors alike. With a Sydney Institute Design Campus and a shopping strip, this neighbourhood is vibrant and culturally diverse. With a number of galleries, cafés, and restaurants in the area, Newton provides plenty of things to do – including festivals such as The Feastability and the Sydney Fringe.


Being only 6km away from the Sydney central business district, the Erskineville suburb is located in the New South Wales state and has a diverse and cultured community. With several public and private schools, as well as buses and trains servicing the area, you have essential features available to you in the 2043 location. From modern apartments to the many hotels and takeaway food shops, you’ll feel right at home in this residential suburb.


Encompassing the areas of St Peters, Sydenham, and Tempe, 2044 is in the locality of Leichhardt in New South Wales. St Peters is named for the third oldest Anglican church located in Sydney and has other heritage-listed sites including the St Peters railway station. Similarly, Tempe is named for the mansion on the Southern Banks of Wolli Creek, Tempe House. Sydenham is highly recommended for families and is cited as an excellent place to live, as stated by locals. Points of interest in the area include Victoria Park, Iron Cove, and Moore Park, all situated 5 kilometres away from 2044.


2025 is one of the regions in Adelaide that still holds on to its country values, upholds the historical sites, and embraces more sustainable development. There are so many heritage homes within the area, tranquil backstreets, and lovely garden homes to peruse on a visit to Haberfield. Plus, it’s just 6.4 KM away from Sydney's central business district, making it an obvious choice for many resettlers within and outside Sydney. The homes don’t really boast large acreage, yet it seems the grand, traditional character of the town is what keeps people flocking in. Additionally, it’s not the most affordable area, probably because of its proximity to the city, yet there’s a diverse demographic to benefit from, untouched nature to enjoy, and a pleasant environment to settle into.

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