LifestyleIf ultra convenience, super-handy transport and great views speak to you, then Edgecliff could have your name written all over it.
Just 4 kilometres from Sydney’s CBD, surrounded by Double Bay, Woollahra, Paddington, Rose Bay and Darling Point, is this bustling eastern hub.
At its heart sits the Eastpoint Shopping Centre. Perched above the underground railway station, with the eastern suburb bus interchange just nearby, this meeting point is a busy intersection for commuters, visitors and locals.
Taking advantage of its great central location, Edgecliff provides a huge range of fabulous restaurants and cafes, high-end shopping, spectacular beaches and harbour front attractions, in all directions.
Fitness junkies head to nearby Centennial Park, with it’s myriad of walking, cycling and rollerblading paths, horse riding, picnic and barbecue areas and sporting fields, whilst fashionistas, stalk the exclusive boutiques and salons in nearby Double Bay village.
PeopleEdgecliff’s handy proximity to the city and fabulous transport network, make it a popular zone for young singles, couples and professionals.
HomesA concentration of high rise apartments revelling in panoramic harbour views are the order of the day in sought-after Edgecliff.
You’ll also find a select number of beautiful Victorian terrace houses and workers cottages lining the nearby leafy streets, a selection of luxury townhouses, plus a fabulous line up of grand classical apartments still showcasing their old world glamour.
TransportYou’ll never have transport woes living in Edgecliff. Busy Edgecliff Train Station is on the Bondi Junction line, linking commuters to the city and beyond.
The bus interchange has regular buses into the city, eastern and southern suburbs and a country link.
SchoolsEdgecliff is home to Ascham School, one of the oldest and most prestigious girls’ schools in Australia. Founded in 1886, one of its buildings, dates back to 1864 and heritage listed on the National Estate.
Sydney Grammar School is just on the Edgecliff border, whilst a superior range of education including Woollahra Kindergarten, Double Bay Public School, Scots College and Cranbrook, are all within easy access.
Shopping/RestaurantsShopping options are abundant in Edgecliff. The main shopping precinct at Edgecliff Centre offers a range of supermarkets, fruit and vegetable and specialty stores. Travel a little further and you have some of Sydney’s best designer shopping and fine dining to lose indulge in.
Just down the hill, the lovely Double Bay village displays a vast array of high-end fashion and homewares, art galleries, beauty salons and speciality bakeries.
Only 10 minutes away is the ultimate shopping centre at Westfield Bondi Junction. Here you can immerse yourself in the latest Australian and international stores, premium brands, dining, events and more.
Casa Bella Pizza
Freshly made traditional and gourmet pizzas and delicious Italian food are Casa Bella’s calling card. Offering a casual home-style dining experience, whether you choose to dine-in or take away, this family friendly Italian Pizzeria serves up quality and hearty portions.
Flavour of India
Flavour of India is a proud restaurant institution in Sydney, with a menu that captures flavours and cooking styles from every corner of the beautiful continent that is India.
If you enjoy Japanese cuisine in an intimate atmosphere, then Makizo in Edgecliff is the place to visit. Combining Classic Japanese dishes with innovative, one-of-a-kind new ideas, this asian-fusion restaurant is at the forefront of modern cuisine.
Located in the beautiful neighbouring suburb of Woollahra, Chiswick is an iconic restaurant providing a beautiful light-filled space with a contemporary dining room, casual bar area with a large communal table and shaded outside seating. CHISWICK is a local place where you can drop in for a quick bite or a drink at the bar, a special celebration with friends or Sunday lunch with the family.
Recreational FacilitiesThere is no shortage of recreational facilities in the areas surrounding Edgecliff. It is only minutes to some of Sydney’s best beaches including Bondi, Bronte, Tamarama, Clovelly and Coogee, close to major golf courses such as Royal Sydney and he Woollahra Golf Club, and handy to the sprawling Centennial Park, with a plethora of activities.
Other popular spots nearby include:
Cooper Park Double Bay
This large bushland reserve offers many walking tracks and facilities for families and nature lovers. There is a children’s playground, tennis courts, sports fields, and grassed picnic areas.
Nielsen Park at Vaucluse
Blessed with spectacular harbour views, Nielsen Park is one of Sydney's favourite recreational areas. The idyllic place for a picnic and watching the harbour activity, whilst relaxing in stunning surrounds.
Redleaf Beach at Double Bay
Redleaf Beach is beautiful harbourside beach in the Double Bay precinct, providing swimmers with a safe harbourside tidal enclosure. The wrap-around pontoon provides a refreshing walk, the cafe' on the hill provides delicious meals, and there are fantastic views looking out to Darling Point and Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Blackburn Gardens in Woollahra
Blackburn Gardens is a beautifully restored heritage garden displaying spectacular views of Sydney Harbour. The Garden adjoins Woollahra Library, Murray Rose Pool (formerly Redleaf Pool) and Seven Shillings Beach. The garden features manicured lawn with a secret garden, sundial and water feature.