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Surrounded by bright blue waters lies 2046, where there are plenty of places to sit and enjoy the sun. Admire the large waterfront homes over at Russel Lea, on one side you’ll see vibrant Iron Cove and on the other Five Docks Bay; take a leisurely stroll or cycle around the curve of the bay. Abbotsford is picturesque and known for its charm, 2046 is filled with trendy cafes, chic restaurants, and great parks. If you’re keen to see more, head over to Chiswick harbour where you’ll find an abundance of boutique coffee shops to appreciate!


The Drummoyne location is home to many amenities, features and plenty of things to do. In addition to a vibrant shopping mall (the Birkenhead Point Outlet Centre), various churches of different denominations, and an Olympic-sized swimming pool you’ll find a pedestrian and cycling route that extends for 7km around the nearby suburbs. There are schools in this area and various clubs and sporting events, including the Drummoyne Rowing Club and the Drummoyne Rugby Club. The 2047 location is also bordered by the Parramatta River on three sides.


Over 50 suburbs are located in the 2550 postcode area, many of which have spectacular natural surroundings. For example, in Angledale, creeks and small streams flow through the area, and the Burragate area is also surrounded by natural scenery and rivers. The Jellat Jellat location is also bordered by a river, and Myrtle mountain has a national park to the south of the location. 2250 has several services and amenities, including painting and decorating services and building contractors. Rocky Hall, in 2550, features services such as building extensions and renovations, and Verona similarly has electrician services and an earth slashing contractor.


2049 covers the areas of Lewisham, Petersham and Petersham North in the locality of Leichhardt. The area is around 7 kilometres south-west of the Sydney central business district and has a number of heritage-listed properties including the Long Cove Creek Railway Viaducts and Petersham Reservoir. 2049 is serviced by a number of transport links, including the Lewisham railways station and bus links. There is a commercial area nearby with a range of shops. Petersham is considered the heart of Sydney’s Portuguese community!


Camperdown is just 4 KM southwest of the busy central district of Sydney. It’s a top region in 2050 with a good number of modern cafes, restaurants, serviced apartments, hotels and parks. You’ll certainly find more than a splash of industrialization in this cozy suburb. Plus, there are standard medical centres, eateries, parks, fitness centres, and other thrilling recreational centres. It may not be the most bustling town, yet it's still perfect for young professionals, singles, or students to have a riveting time.


In New South Wales, 2060 covers several areas, including Lavender Bay, North Sydney, and Waverton, in the locality of Chatswood. It is situated around 3 kilometres away from the nearest urban centre of Sydney. 2060 has several great features including Berry’s Bay, McMahons Point, and St Leonards Park, at a great distance of just over 1 kilometre away. Lavender Bay has been described as a beautiful harbourside suburb, with several landmarks including the Lavender Bay Baths of 1910.


Milsons Point and Kirribilli are two vibrant suburbs situated 2.2 KM North of Sydney. They boast voguish parks, a refreshing harbour bridge, and scenic parks, and picture-perfect lookouts. Both towns have excellent transport links that work in and out of 2061. The bus links, ferry wharves, and the train station at Milsons Point guarantee this. 2061 also has an average population age of 20 to 39, with the population totalling 3,826 in Kirribilli and 2,166 in Milsons Point. There’s a lot to do within the region, with community events, entertainment, and fine dining options to choose from. Beyond that, there’s a good array of parks, recreational centres, schools, and walking trails to benefit from.


Just 4.9Km away from Sydney lies Cammaerie, the major suburb within 2062. It’s a highly residential area lined with greenery, tall trees, and country-styled homes. Across most streets, you’ll find moderately sized cottages, some voguish houses, and vintage homes that are certainly the result of a well-planned town. Around 2062, you’ll still find standard parks in strategic areas, a golf course for those who love the sport, and a few shopping complexes mostly scattered within the town's central area. The road networks are thankfully not overcrowded, and there are well-defined walking and cycling tracks uphill for both children and adults to enjoy. While 2062 does boast a number of restaurants, primary schools, fitness centres, and grocery stores, its proximity to the city is one of the bonuses for people who love a wider range of amenities to choose from.


Located at the Lower North Shore of Sydney, 2063 is strategically placed in a region that’s historically blessed and naturally sublime. The main suburb, Northbridge is undoubtedly rich, vibrant and quite affluent. It’s just 6 Km away from Sydney Central Business District, so some of the highly-priced rentals and real estate properties are slightly understandable. Even more, major supermarkets, malls, restaurants, and top-tier hotels are not far to reach. You’ll find many families, professionals, newlyweds, singles, and retirees around Sydney investing in this serene, quiet, yet high in demand town within 2063.


Discover an abundance of opportunities in Artarmon, just 9km northwest of the Sydney central business district. Equipped with efficient public transport train, bus, and highway links to the city, 2064 is perfect for city-lovers. Clear your head while trailing along with one of Artarmon’s many cycle routes across the Reserve. During your spare time, head down to local cafes for coffee and a cake or visit one of 2064’s many restaurants for a delicious meal.


Towards the upper Northern shore of Sydney lies 2065, which covers the areas of Crows Nest, Gore Hill, Greenwich, and St Leonards to name just a few! Offering a suburban lifestyle with easy access to Central Sydney, 2065 is perfect for those looking to live a modern life in Australia. Commuting to city work is simple and easy, and weekends are sorted, with easy access to beaches and Sydney’s many attractions! Schools are also plenty, such as Greenwich Public School, and North Sydney Girls High School.


In the Lower North Shore of Sydney lies 2066, hosting a number of suburbs including Lane Cove West, Riverview, Lane Cove, Northwood, and more. This area is just over 10km away from Sydney and has a number of recreational facilities including Lane Cove Golf Course, and borders Lane Cove River. The residential area has a great selection of schools in the area, as well as Lane Cove Library and multiple playgrounds and parks to explore and delight in. 2066 also has a number of heritage sites and commercial areas.


2067 is home to Chatswood and Chatswood West, a major business residential district located on the lower north shore of Sydney, approximately 10km from Sydney's central business district. This area is one of the north shore's major commercial and retail districts, also known as the Sydney Global Economic Corridor. 2067 hosts the corporate headquarters of big-name brands such as PepsiCo and Abigroup, but also has a number of local outdoor markets and a delicious range of restaurants and cafes. The Willoughby Spring festival is held annually in September, as a testimony to a modern and multicultural Chatswood.


2068 covers the areas of Castlecrag, Willoughby, Middle Cove, and Willoughby North in the locality of Chatswood. Castlecrag is a suburb of historical interest as it was designed by Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin, designing homes using natural stone to blend into the environment. 2068 has been described as a great suburb with a true village atmosphere, with fantastic parks and nature reserves. Areas appealing to visitors include Mowbray Point (1.2 kilometres away) and Sailors Bay (1.6 kilometres away), giving both residents and visitors something fun to do!


The New South Wales area is where you will find Castle Cove and Roseville, as well as Roseville Chase. The 2069 location is full of fascinating things to do. Its parkland stretches for kilometres and kilometres and there is even a Castle in the area which was constructed in 1903. The residential zone features the crucial amenities that make life easy, including a café and a baker. Travelling further out is recommended should you require more variety. In Roseville, the selection of parks makes getting fresh air and exercise a breeze. Here you will also find the vital amenities needed to live comfortably, but if you want to get something that’s unavailable, hop on the train and go to the central business district for more of a selection.


You’ll have no trouble finding activities to do in 2070, situated just 13km northwest of the Sydney Central Business District. Follow the A1 Pacific Highway for a direct route into Australia’s most famous city. Discover independent coffee shops, bistros, and restaurants nestled in the suburbs of Lindfield. There are plenty of opportunities to be one with nature in East Lindfield, home of Nungara Reserve and Garigal National Park, or Lindfield’s Lane Cove National Park. 2070 is the ideal location for growing families with a good selection of schools and proximity to Sydney.


In Killara, in the 2071 postcode, there are various amenities. As well as some top primary schools, you will also find good transport links such as the Killara railway station. This means that you have easy access to the central business district but will also enjoy the leafy green, beautiful open spaces in the Killara area. So, if you need to access shopping centres, just hop on the train and within 25 minutes you will be in the central business district. But if you want to enjoy the relaxing ambiance of the area, or perhaps go to a café or restaurant, the Killara area has a little bit of everything.


Famed for its Golf Club, the suburb of Gordon, within the postcode of 2072, lies North of Sydney’s central business district. With a population of just over 7,000 and a wonderful suburban lifestyle to offer, thanks to its plentiful amenities, 2072 is a wonderful place to live in modern Australia. 2072 is also well within reach of multiple National parks and exciting nature reserves. As well as this, 2072 has very simple connections to the greater metropolitan areas of Sydney, making it a wonderfully situated location to call home.

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