Welcome to Randwick
Home to the famous racecourse, this relaxed and friendly suburb is hit with professionals, and it’s easy to see why. Easy access to the CBD, moments to popular beaches and parklands, plus an entertainment quarter at your doorstep - what’s not to love?
- Inner city living surrounded by wide open spaces
- Established community of all ages
- Abundance of apartments and townhouses
- Close to all the action, minus the stress-factor
Young professionals, families of all ages, students.
Easy going vibe, so close to all the action
Established community, eateries at your doorstep, great entertainment
Quaint apartments, multi-storey townhouses, updated semis and Federation homes
Median House Price $1.85m
Nearby beaches, Centennial Park, Entertainment Quarter, handy to CBD
With it’s easy-going vibe, handy access to the Sydney CBD, and perfect proximity to parks and beaches, Randwick is the perfect postcode for the ideal work-life balance.
Mostly residential, this established community is only an 18 minute drive into the city and an even quicker 5 minutes drive to sparkling beaches.
Randwick is also home to the famous Randwick Racecourse, the jewel in the crown of Sydney racing and rubs shoulders with the magnificent Centennial Park - an expanse of public parklands, with a diverse range of recreational activities, open spaces and sport grounds.
Whilst you won’t find a train station in Randwick, there are several buses that service the local area. Three major hospitals - namely the Prince of Wales Hospital Private Hospital, Children’s Hospital and Royal Hospital for Women - are all located in this thriving hub.
Public and private schools are in abundance and The University of New South Wales and Sydney Institute of TAFE also have campuses nearby.
Young professionals who commute to the city, love the convenience and chilled lifestyle Randwick has to offer. You’ll also find many mature couples who have lived in the area for generations, plus a good share of medical staff, who work at the local hospitals.
From sprawling greens to quaint pocket-sized spaces, Randwick has plenty of parks to enjoy.
Alison Park, also known as Randwick’s “village green,” provides a fun playground, shady fig trees and a flat green space to sit and relax.
Fred Hollows Reserve (accessible via Glen Avenue or Bligh Place) is dotted with pretty picnic areas along it’s walkway, and the unique and tranquil, Fred Hollows Reserve, provides another lovely inner city walkway.
Over at Randwick Environment Park, you’ll find a sprawling walking track through wetlands and bush and a home to many species of flora and fauna including the Eastern Banskia Scrub.
Venture a little further and you can experience the incredible Centennial Parklands. This grand park in the Victorian period tradition, features formal gardens, ponds, grand avenues, statues, historic buildings and numerous walking tracks and sporting fields.
Cafes & Restaurants
The main shopping strip in Randwick is along Belmore Road, where you can take your pick from two major shopping centres and an Asian supermarket. Close by at Moore Park, you’ll find the The Entertainment Quarter village markets and the producer’s market.
“The Spot” - located around the intersection of Perouse Road and St Pauls Street, is a vibrant entertainment hub with a collection of shops, restaurants, cafes and cinema.
Our Favourite Spots in Randwick
- Gusto Espresso Bar & Bake Bar
- Duke’s Lounge
- The Sweet Spot Patisserie
- Parc Café