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Making Waves At Clovelly

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Clovelly Beach has attracted swimmers from all over Sydney since its days as “Little Coogee”. Over the years the beach has been the site of racehorse training and controversial mixed bathing, and was home to Sydney’s favourite fish, Bluey. Racehorses at Little Coogee In the 19th century, the suburb we know as Clovelly was called Little Coogee. From the 1860s the area was dominated by…

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Eastern Suburbs Property Hotspots

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It’s a fact: In the 12 months to 31 December 2022, the citywide median value fell -12.1%, according to CoreLogic. But not all property prices moved in unison, with certain suburbs and property types – including here in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs – outperforming the market by a long way. With that in mind, we reveal the suburbs we think will be the Eastern Suburbs’ best…

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Sydney’s Eastern Beaches Outperforming In Changing Market

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Sydney’s property market looks very different today than it did six or 12 months ago. But despite rising interest rates, falling auction clearance rates, growing economic uncertainty and increased cost of living pressures, property prices in our local area have been holding up remarkably well. We explore the state of the real estate market on Sydney’s eastern beaches and analyse why it’s outperforming most other…

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Suburb Spotlight – SOUTH COOGEE

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Location Situated just 9kms south-east of the Sydney CBD, South Coogee is synonymous with superstar homes, azure Pacific Ocean views and open green spaces. Bordered by Coogee and Maroubra, the suburb is close to all the beachside action. Latham Park is the suburb’s largest recreational facility, with bowling greens, tennis courts and fields to delight the sporting fanatic. The suburb also offers connection to the…

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Suburb Spotlight – MAROUBRA

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Location Situated 11kms south-east of the Sydney CBD, Maroubra offers the perfect balance of recreational space and amenity. Famous for its surf breaks and the occasional controversy, this beachside suburb has evolved into one of the Eastern Suburbs most desired coastal addresses. The suburb boasts two surf lifesaving clubs; Maroubra SLSC and South Maroubra SLSC and is credited as the training ground for some of…

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Suburb Spotlight – CLOVELLY

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Location Just 8kms south-east of the city, Clovelly is a small coastal suburb home to the East’s only concrete beach and one of the oldest surf lifesaving clubs in the world. This little slice of ocean pool paradise is often referred to as Australia’s answer to Amalfi. Set between Gordons Bay and Bronte along the famous coastal walk to Bondi, Clovelly offers scenic clifftop parklands,…

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Suburb Spotlight – RANDWICK

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Location Just 6kms south-east of the city, Randwick is one of the East’s largest suburbs. Home to landmarks including the Randwick Racecourse, Centennial Parklands and The Prince of Wales Hospital precinct, Randwick has everything from entertainment to exceptional amenity and abundant green space. The suburb also boasts a selection of local schools as well as TAFE and UNSW campuses, and has found new connectedness in…

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Suburb Spotlight – COOGEE

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Location Just 8kms from the city and 10kms from Sydney Airport, Coogee offers a beachside lifestyle of ultimate convenience. With Coogee Surf Club positioned to the Southern end and the famous blue and white dome of The Pavilion at the North end, Coogee is one of the most recognisable beaches in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs. Residents have everything at their fingertips, from great coffee to beachside…

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Suburb Spotlight: Waverley

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Waverley is part of Sydney’s eastern suburbs. Waverley House, a distinctive landmark for the area, is the namesake for this suburb, its own name originating from owner Barnett Levey’s favourite book ‘Waverley’, by Sir Walter Scott. Nestled between the beaches and shopping centres there is something on offer for everyone. Today let’s shine a little light on what makes Waverley such a sought after suburb!…

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Spotlight on Bondi: One of Australia’s Most Iconic Suburbs

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Located 7 kilometres from Sydney’s Central Business District, Bondi is globally recognised as the epitome of Australian culture. But how did this Eastern Suburbs town become synonymous with Australia’s international identity? Read on to uncover why Bondi has become a standout suburb. Culture ‘Bondi’ is Aboriginal for ‘water breaking over rocks.’ That’s why it comes as no surprise that a hallmark of its widespread appeal…

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A Dog Lover’s Guide to the Eastern Suburbs

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Sydney is a great city for dog lovers. With 38% of New South Wales pet owners being dog owners, the rise of dog-friendly establishments is hardly surprising. The Eastern Suburbs is seeing a surge in restaurants and cafes opening their doors to our furry pals – meaning you will never have to leave your pooch behind, no matter what you’re doing. The East is the…

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Suburb Spotlight: Bronte

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Nestled on Sydney’s eastern coastline between Bondi and Clovelly and just 8 kilometres east of the CBD, Bronte is a beachside suburb that nearly 7000 residents call home. With a family friendly atmosphere, it’s clear to see why this lush Sydney suburb is high on the list for young families looking to buy. Who lives in Bronte? Bronte is a short commute to the CBD…

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