A buyer’s guide to Randwick real estate
If you’re after a suburb with the best of both worlds – city conveniences, and endless outdoor activities – then Randwick could be the one for you.
Situated just 6 kilometres south-east of Sydney CBD, and 2 kilometres from Coogee Beach, Randwick is a largely residential suburb with an enviable list of quality cafes, restaurants, entertainment, shopping, and expansive public parklands and beaches – What more do you need?
The location for several major Sydney hospitals, and tertiary educational institutions, the suburb is lively and diverse.
Spotted with some of Sydney’s most beautiful, heritage listed buildings, Randwick, home to a community of families who’ve lived in and owned the same properties for generations, young families, professionals, students and travellers dwelling in a broad range of properties.
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While this eastern suburb may be largely famous for the premiere horse racing track, Royal Randwick Racecourse, you’re only just scratching the surface for what this suburb has to offer.
You won’t need to venture far from Randwick for fantastic dining options. The broad range of restaurants, cafes and bars along Avoca Street and commercial hub Belmore Street have garnered a reputation for serving up quality global cuisines to satisfy any craving.
Along with fine eateries, Randwick Plaza Shopping Centre and Royal Randwick Shopping Centre house major supermarkets, leading and local retail stores.
‘The Spot’ located at the intersection of Perouse Road and St Pauls Street, is a heritage listed conservation area including the iconic art deco The Ritz Cinema, cafes and bars. The hub is a popular destination for students from nearby University of New South Wales (UNSW), and TAFE NSW Randwick Campus.
Randwick is truly a playground for the outdoor lover. Bordering the north of Randwick is Centennial Park, and Queens Park – part of the expansive Centennial Parklands. It boasts over 189 hectares of greenspace, and Australia’s largest community sports precinct, hosting over 35 different sports, including soccer, tennis, basketball, cricket, and horse riding!
When you’re ready to cool off, take a short 15-20 minute walk or 10 minute bus ride east and you’ll find yourself at Coogee Beach.
Convenience truly is key to this vibrant suburb, with a commute to Sydney CBD taking you around 15 minutes by bus.
- Randwick Public School
- Rainbow Street Public School
- Randwick Girls’ High
- Randwick Boys’ High
Shopping & Entertainment
- Westfield Bondi Junction
- The Ritz Cinemas
Outdoor & Recreation
- Centennial Park
- Queen’s Park
- Coogee Beach
- Maroubra Beach