QUEENS PARK + CENTENNIAL PARK At A Glance
Undeniably Sydney’s finest multi-use outdoor spaces, Queens Park and Centennial Park are tightly held areas, and for good reason. These neighbourhoods offer an abundance of green space, beautiful architecture and are moments from the beaches and the city centre. Queens Park and Centennial Park are for those who love a balance between inner-city living and the outdoors.
The conveniences of inner-city living and having open parklands right on your doorstep.
Cancel the gym membership and take advantage of having Centennial Park as your backyard – plenty of walking and cycling tracks.
Queens Park was once part of Bondi Junction until it became a suburb in its own right during the 1990s.
Built on what was originally deemed swamp land, Queens Park and Centennial Park are now highly-coveted neighbourhoods that border beautiful, lush and historic gardens.
With an abundance of pristine multi-use outdoor spaces, Queens Park and Centennial Park are ideal locations for those who love a healthy and active lifestyle. Whether your passion is cycling, running, team sports or horse riding, the parks have the facilities you need. They also host the annual Moonlight Cinema, concerts and running festivals, and there are dedicated playgrounds for children and places for your four-legged friends.
When it comes to location, Queens Park and Centennial Park win, hands down. These two neighbourhoods are moments away from upmarket shopping at Paddington, Woollahra and Bondi Junction. Very close to three of Sydney’s most famous beaches – Bondi, Tamarama and Bronte – and an easy commute to Sydney’s CBD and vibrant inner-city neighbourhoods.
Although Queens Park and Centennial Park have their own sprinkling of cafés and eateries, locals love to wander into neighbouring Waverley and Bondi Junction to grab a bite and a caffeine fix. The Entertainment Quarter in Moore Park is also close at hand with weekly produce markets, cinemas, restaurants, bars and retail shops as well as a live performance, sports and events venue.
Loved for their convenience to the city and easy access to sprawling parklands, Queens Park and Centennial Park tick a lot of boxes when it comes to liveability.
Outdoor sports enthusiasts come from all over Sydney to enjoy the parklands. Apartments of all shapes and sizes attract house-sharing 20-somethings and young families and established and affluent professionals lay claim to the beautiful Victorian homes that border the parklands.
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An urban green space that was made for the outdoor enthusiast, the 189 hectares of multi-use spaces cater to team sports, horse riders, cyclists and runners, as well as picnickers, school sporting groups and large-scale events. This is one of Sydney’s finest outdoor spaces.
No matter which way you turn, you will be amongst the action – the hard decision is deciding which way to go. Queens Park and Centennial Park border Randwick, Waverley, Bondi Junction, Woollahra, Paddington, Darlinghurst, Moore Park and Kensington. And the best part – it is all within an easy walk or bike ride.
With plenty of green space and beaches within easy reach, it’s hard not to want to get outside. Team sports, running festivals, equestrian activities or a quick dip in the deep blue, it’s all right on your doorstep.
These highly valued neighbourhoods are the perfect example of inner-city Eastern Suburbs living at its best – they have a lot to offer even the most discerning. Every style of home from Victorian and Federation homes to modern architecture can be found here.