DRUMMOYNE At A Glance
This inner Sydney waterfront neighbourhood is all about shopping and harbourside living. Bordered by Parramatta River and Iron Cove, locals gravitate towards the water’s edge. Although quiet by nature, Drummoyne draws attention to itself for its outlet shopping and its slice of the popular Bay Run.
Waterfront living and outlet shopping.
Birkenhead Point is great during sales time and The Bay Run is a flat 7km track that hugs the shoreline.
Birkenhead Point is Sydney’s largest factory outlet.
With Sydney Harbour as the backdrop, Drummoyne draws attention for its foreshore parklands and shopping. It’s a neighbourhood that’s surrounded on three sides by the lapping waters of Iron Cove and the Parramatta River, where large family homes and apartments of all shapes and sizes take advantage of the panoramic views.
Situated only 6 km from Sydney’s CBD, locals can enjoy the popular Bay Run that encircles Iron Cove, taking outdoor enthusiasts through parklands with uninterrupted views of the harbour. When not pounding the pavement, locals cool off in the sun-drenched Drummoyne Swimming Centre that sits beneath the Iron Cove Bridge.
Sydneysiders from all over love to nab a bargain in the beautifully restored buildings at Birkenhead Point. Sydney’s largest outlet centre features leading brands of homewares and fashion plus fresh produce. It’s easy to lose a whole day or more in this waterside shopping precinct.
Vessels of all sizes moor in the picturesque setting of Birkenhead Point. The marina is a hive of activity, whilst Drummoyne Sailing Club is a social hub for tales of seafaring adventures. For a more sedate maritime experience, catch a Sydney Ferry that can take you along the Parramatta River or into the heart of the city.