Welcome to Edgecliff
The handiest suburb in the eastern suburbs. This small and central spot, enjoys convenient and quick access to plethora of amazing amenities, including designer shopping, harbourside havens and glamorous venues - not to mention a train station to zoom you in all directions. And if panoramic harbour views are on your wish list, then Edgecliff will deliver on those too!
- Awesome connectivity to the city and beyond
- High rise apartments and art deco charm
- Bustling and busy with a professional edge
- Moments to designer boutiques, popular beaches and pretty parks
City commuters, white collar workers, singles and couples
Action-packed and always on the go!
Convenience galore, high rises and harbour views, leafy side streets
High rise apartments, character terraces, Art Deco units
Median House Price $2,100,000
Arriving at the office within minutes, browsing Double Bay village, savouring skyline views
Smack bang in the middle of sought-after Sydney suburbs, lies the bustling centre of Edgecliff. Only 4 kilometres from the CBD, this busy hub offers excellent access to a wealth of lifestyle attractions, including restaurants and cafes, high-end shopping, spectacular beaches, and harbour front attractions.
Along the main artery, New South Head Road, you’ll find a large collection of high-rise apartments - the majority spoilt with panoramic harbour views. Tucked away in small side streets, handfuls of Victorian terraces, quaint cottages and gorgeous Art Deco properties, showcase period charm.
At the centre of Edgecliff, lies Eastpoint Shopping Centre. This popular pit stop with major train station and bus interchange, buzzes with commuters and locals heading in all directions, and provides a great selection of supermarket and shopping options.
Wander a little further down the road, and you’ll stumble upon the palatial village of Double Bay, displaying exclusive designer boutiques and side-walk cafes. Only 10 minutes away, the major hub at Westfield Bondi Junction provides an endless line up of shops, major supermarkets, restaurants and thriving businesses.
When it’s time for some R&R, nearby Centennial Park, with impressive wide green spaces, walking tracks, sporting fields and picnic spots, definitely satisfies any outdoor craving.
Edgecliff’s fabulous public transport and perfect proximity to the city, make it a popular spot for professionals, couples, and singles, always on the go.
Enjoying the outdoors in Edgecliff is only a matter of asking yourself ‘where to next?’ With a huge range of parklands, recreational facilities and beautiful beaches surrounding the neighbourhood, you’ll never tire of places to go, and things to do.
In Double Bay, Cooper Park provides an expansive reserve with a choice of walking tracks, tennis courts, picnic areas and children’s playground. There’s also the beautiful harbourside Redleaf Beach, offering a safe ocean swimming enclosure, pontoon and cafe with fantastic Harbour Bridge views.
Towards the harbour foreshore is Ruschcutters Bay Park, a sprawling green space set against the harbour with plenty of charm and character. There’s access to an outdoor fitness gym, playground for the kids and cafe, plus prime viewing for fireworks every New Years Eve.
Over in Paddington, Trumper Park is a nature lover’s delight, with bushland trails, shady places to relax and pond to feed the ducks.
Nielsen Park at Vaucluse, is one of Sydney's favourite outdoor locations. With gorgeous harbour views, it’s the perfect place to linger and enjoy a leisurely picnic, as you watch the boats sail by.
Cafes & Restaurants
It’s easy to find a quick coffee or takeaway, whenever you pass through Edgecliff station.
New South Road provides a selection of cheap eats and international cuisines. Try Maziko or Moka Sushi for Japanese, Flavour of India for a quick tasty curry, or Jerry’s Place, for pasta and pizza.
When you’re ready for the next level of dining, there are many amazing venues to delight in, only 5 minutes away.
In Woollahra, Chiswick is an iconic restaurant with contemporary dining, casual bar, and shaded outside seating. Also, The Wine Library, provides a perfect spot for a first date, with it’s cosy bar and carved wood ceiling, plus a courtyard for drinks and charcuterie.
Head to Spice Market in Double Bay if you’re craving spicy Asian food. Situated directly across from the cinema, it’s served locals for over a decade. The stylish Pink Salt with it’s rustic-chic decor and plant-filled outdoor area, is also a popular spot, for modern mediterranean food.
For an elegant happy hour, check out Stillery at the luxurious InterContinental Double Bay. With more than 60 local and international gins, and an extensive list of botanical infused cocktails, it promises a drinking experience like no other.
Our Favourite Spots
- Redleaf Beach Cafe
- Bei Amici Italian Restaurant
- Golden Sheaf Hotel (Double Bay)