SUBURB PROFILES

Abbotsford

Lifestyle Located ten kilometres from the CBD, Abbotsford sits on the peninsular between Abbotsford Bay and Hen and Chicken Bay, on the Parramatta River. It is a small suburb comprising only 48 streets or lanes. It has a pizzeria and cafe and bowling and sports club. Abbotsford remains a popular choice among home buyers who value the quiet, secluded nature of the suburb. With a variety of housing styles on offer, ranging from apartments to spacious waterfront homes, Abbotsford attracts…

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Breakfast Point

Lifestyle Breakfast Point is the location of one of the largest urban renewal projects in Sydney. There are several streets with architecturally designed modern houses and many modern apartment blocks in the suburb, such as Hunter\'s Wharf on the Parramatta River. All residents receive membership to the country club which offers two pools, spa - gym sauna and weights room, restaurant, meeting room and library with views over the Parramatta River. It has a full sized oval and chapel…

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Burwood

Lifestyle Burwood is located 12 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district and is the administrative centre for the local government area of Burwood Council. Burwood Heights is a separate suburb to the south. The Appian Way is a street in Burwood, known for its architecturally designed Federation-style homes. Burwood has a mixture of residential, commercial and light industrial developments. The main shopping strip runs along Burwood Road. Westfield Burwood is a large…

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Cabarita

Lifestyle Cabarita is a small suburb consisting of 30 roads and lanes. A new housing community has grown along the waterfront know as Cape Cabarita, replacing industry and swamplands from the past. Prince Edward Park sits beside Cape Cabarita on the waterfront and contains a marina and restaurant. Transport Cabarita Ferry Wharf is the commuter wharf serving the suburb of Cabarita. It is located on the Rydalmere ferry route travelling between Rydalmere and Circular…

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Canada Bay

Lifestyle Canada Bay is located 11 kilometres west of the Sydney CBD. Canada Bay is also a bay on Parramatta River between Concord and Five Dock. The suburb of Canada Bay sits on the southern shore and is bordered by the suburbs of Burwood and Croydon. The City of Canada Bay takes its name from the bay but its administrative centre is located in the suburb of Drummoyne. Transport The bicycle user group of Canada Bay runs bike bus groups to different areas of…

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Chiswick

Lifestyle Chiswick is 9 kilometres west of the CBD comprising some 30 streets. Chiswick sits on the peninsula between Abbotsford Bay and Five Dock Bay, on the Parramatta River. Transport The Chiswick Ferry Wharf means transport is available to Circular Quay. Buses operate from a terminus nearby, with buses running to Circular Quay either via Drummoyne or via Leichhardt. Local Amenities • Chiswick has a small group of shops including (pizzeria…

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Concord

Lifestyle Concord is located 15 kilometres west of the CBD. Concord is known as the \'Parkland Suburb\' of the Inner West. Transport Concord is well served by bus services that connect Burwood and Strathfield with Ryde and Macquarie Shopping Centre and Burwood with Mortlake/Breakfast Point, Cabarita, and Bayview Park. There are also 2 bus service from Mortlake to the City and from Bayview Park to the city via Five Dock. There are bus services from Burwood and…

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Drummoyne

Lifestyle Located 6 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district, Drummoyne sits on the peninsula between Iron Cove and Five Dock Bay. It is surrounded on three sides by Sydney Harbour and the Parramatta River and, as such, has some of Sydney\'s best waterfront views. Drummoyne neighbours the similarly historic Five Dock, Abbotsford and Balmain, though Russell Lea is the only adjacent suburb by land. Some of the substantial old Victorian and Edwardian homes remain in…

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