Suburbs

Balmoral

Surrounded with iconic beaches boasting magnificent surroundings and views, Balmoral’s location just eight kilometres from Sydney’s CBD makes it an ideal entertainment and residential destination. Known for its stunning properties and luxurious yachts, this area is listed as part of the Register of the National Estate, as the ‘Balmoral Beach Conservation Area’ (including heritage sites dating back to the 1930s). These glorious beaches feature exclusive views over the Sydney Harbour National…

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Cammeray

Cammeray’s short five kilometre distance from Sydney’s CBD makes it the ideal location for families looking for a convenient, safe location amongst the stunning settings of the city. Serviced by bus networks and the CBD, the area has a close relationship with North Sydney, Milsons Point and Crows Nest. Named after the Cammeraygal Aboriginal tribe who once resided in the region, Cammeray hosted Sydney’s first quarry which enabled the city’s first sandstone buildings to be formed. Playing…

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Cremorne

Situated just six kilometres from Sydney’s CBD, Cremorne is a popular destination in Lower North Shore – the perfect place to find units, apartments and townhouses for sale. With extensive public transportation networks, along with access to ferries and buses, Cremorne’s convenient location to Sydney’s CBD, northern shores and stunning beaches makes it a desirable location to purchase property. As a suburb renowned for its…

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Kirribilli

Covering a small area just three kilometres north of Sydney’s CBD, Kirribilli resides at the northern end of the marvellous Sydney Harbour Bridge. With links to the southern end of the central business district via the Warringah Freeway, and north to Chatswood, Kirribilli’s connection to public transport provides convenient routes across the entire region (including rail, bus and ferry access). Kirribilli doesn’t host its own self-titled railway station, but with Milsons Point station just…

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Kurraba Point

Officially name the harbourside suburb on July 4, 2010, by Geographical Names Board, Kurraba Point is situated just four kilometres away from Sydney’s CBD and shares its postcode with Neutral Bay. Spanning across Kurraba Reserve’s foreshore area, this suburb has immediate access to the harbour and boasts extraordinary views from the likes of Hodgson Lookout and Spains Warf Lookout. Perfect for families and dogs to enjoy, Kurraba Reserve features seats, convenient lighting, a bubbler and a…

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Lavender Bay

Covering an area of just 0.2 km² North of Sydney’s CBD, Lavender Bay resides between McMahons Point and Milsons Point. Including renowned residents, such as John Firth-Smith, Norman Lindsay and Sir Donald Bradman – one of the first Australians to receive a private phone number – the suburb has played an important part in hosting national icons. Despite the lack of ferry access to the area, the public wharf located along the bay allows for private verssels to access the area. For those looking…

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Lower North Shore

Located across from Australia’s iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Lower North Shore district stretches across the edge of the CBD’s harbour, up to the Hornsby Plateau. With a passion for exploring the many features and awe-inspiring settings of the Lower North Shore, our professional real estate agent team have established a renowned reputation for helping market-goers find the ideal units, apartments or townhouses for sale amongst the beauty of the harbour side.

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Mcmahons Point

Situated three kiometres north of Sydney’s central business district, McMahons Point covers a small area of just 0.3 km². With transport available for routes through and around the peninsula via ferry and the reliable railway network, residents of McMahon’s Point enjoy easy access to the neighbouring suburbs of Waverton, North Sydney and Milsons Point. Additional transportation support is also available at North Sydney station, with bus networks running to and from the area. Known primarily…

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Milsons Point

As the first entry point available after the leaving the Harbour Bridge from the South end, Milsons Point attracts heavy flows of traffic. Transport is available throughout the city via railways, roads and ferry systems, though many residents opt to go by foot. Serviced by the Balmain, Pyron Bay and Rydalmere lines, the Milsons Point ferry wharf is situated west of the Harbour Bridge. Named after free settler James Milson (1785-1872), Milsons Point’s position across from Sydney Cove allowed…

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Mosman

As one of the larger areas in Sydney’s North East, Mosman’s short 8km trip to the CBD makes it a notable destination for both locals and visitors. In 1997, the Government Gazette published a notice stating it had assigned Mosman as the primary suburb under the Mosman local government. After much public debate, the Mosman Council later advised that residents were permitted to make use of the following local names: The Spit, Spit Junction, Georges Heights, Clifton Gardens, Beauty Point and Balmoral. Providing…

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Neutral Bay

Positioned just five kilometres from Sydney’s thriving CBD, Neutral Bay covers a span of 1.6km² and boasts scenic views of the harbor and surrounding shores. With two ferry stops also delivering easy accessibility to nearby hotspots – including one at the bottom of Hayes Street and the other at Hurraba Point – the suburb makes for an exceptional choice to look for townhouses, apartments and units for sale. With an abundance of transport options to choose from, residents of this stunning…

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North Sydney

Situated just three kilometres north of Sydney’s spectacular CBD, this suburb is recognised for its abundance of shopping attractions, dining hotspots, art galleries and convenient transport. Linked by the Sydney Ferries Network, as well as road and rail systems, North Sydney spans across the stunning Harbour Bridge and the CBD hub. Previously called Warung (meaning ‘the other side’) by Aborigines residing in the Sydney Harbour area of Port Jackson, North Sydney is known for its involvement…

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Waverton

Located four kilometres north of Sydney’s CBD, this suburb’s main transportation networks rely on the likes of rail, bus and ferry. As a tribute to Robert Old, an early resident of the area, Waverton was given its name in 1929. Once belonging to William Carr, it previously took on the name of an English village that related to his family ties. Balls Head Bushland Reserve is a popular destination in in this area, for those who like to lead active lifestyles. Named after Lieutenant Henry…

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