A Guide to the Most Liveable Suburbs in Sydney, Australia
Nov 14, 2018 11:36
Sydney is a city that needs no introduction. As the unofficial capital of this great country, there is a lot to love about Sydney. The stunning harbour, ideal climate, and host to some of the world's most identifiable and renowned landmarks, who wouldn’t want to live here? So you are considering moving to this great city, or even moving within, here is our pick of Sydney’s most liveable suburbs.
Lavender Bay has taken out the enviable position as number one for most liveable suburbs in Sydney. So easy feat, by any stretch! This lower north shore suburb is close to all that Sydney has to offer; shops, culture, schools, employment hubs, topographic variety and views of the harbour. The design and leafy atmosphere of this suburb is one to consider.
Having been rezoned in 2013 for urban development, this suburb is nearly unrecognisable. A new mecca for families, the area provides a friendly community, primary school, high school and expansive town centre. The best bit? Because it is a new and fast evolving suburb, it isn’t yet priced accordingly and there are great Sydney house and land packages available for the savvy home owner or investor.
Who wouldn’t want to wake up to that Luna Park smile? Milson Point is a revered suburb offering fantastic harbour views, restaurants, shops and employment hubs. If you have ever been on a harbour cruise then chances are you have sailed past this very suburb. You will find families here, but mostly an affluent mix of homeowners and renters. Well worth the look, if only for a great view of Luna Park.
Waverton is a suburb in Sydney where you can just breathe. It is known for its open spaces, which is saying a lot as it’s one of the most populated and visited city in the country. Here you will also find trains and ferries, harbour views, shops and employment hubs. For those greenies, you will also be pleased to know that Waverton scores above average for tree cover offering its residence and idyllic atmosphere and more privacy.
You would have at some point gone to a pub at Millers Point. The suburb is home to some of Sydney’s best pubs, each rich in history. The culture of the suburb is another drawcard for those who want to be connected to the pulse of the city. Residents and visitors are often spoiled for choice when it comes to restaurants, shops and iconic views of the harbour.
Elizabeth Bay is the spot where you meet for a coffee, a long lunch or a dinner with friends. The options for eating out need to be seen to be believed, and that’s why this is where a lot of the world renowned chefs come to eat or set up their own kitchens. Accessing this area is easy with dynamic public transport, and when you get there you can bask in the views!
Darling Point is popular for its coveted proximity to the eastern beaches. The water views are a perk that residents will continue to pinch themselves over, and paired with great dining options and shops - you may never leave. Being in the centre of the action does mean that traffic can be problematic, but you have great public transport access to zip you around the city.
If you are thinking that there doesn’t seem to be a bad move in Sydney, you are more or less right. Being one of the fastest moving cities in the world has its perks, and the dynamic way Sydney moves and grows, you will never be bored. Explore each suburb before you land on your favourite.
So, here’s the thing, there was that free invitation to that party that couldn’t be missed. There was that business essay that took up so much free time! Whatever the reason, business or pleasure, everyone has discovered a paper due tomorrow that crept upon them! Here are the best ways to survive those nights of last-minute essays: Read more
As a medical aesthetics provider, there are a number of aspects that can make or break a business. While this is true across the spectrum of industries, everyone can agree that working directly with patients and having such a far reaching impact on their mental and physical wellbeing changes everything. From how the practice is set up to how the staffs is trained and what treatments are offered. Read more
Gunshot injury is one the most frequent causes of penetrating brain injury. Mortality rates for surviving such a gunshot injury are painting a dark picture: between 52 and 95% do not survive the surgical treatment. Unfortunately, cases of cranio-cerebral gunshot injuries are now more and more frequent on surgeons’ operating tables from all around the world. Read more