Woollahra NSW 2025

Woollahra NSW

Why Woollahra is One of the Best Suburbs to Live in

Woollahra is one of the most affluent suburbs in Sydney, and for good reason! The suburb has a great mix of amenities, it’s close to the city and there are plenty of employment opportunities. If you’re looking for a leafy suburb with excellent schools and plenty of places to socialize, Woollahra should be at the top of your list!

Safety

When looking for a place to live, safety is always a top priority. Woollahra, NSW is a very safe suburb, with low crime rates and plenty of police presence. The streets are well lit and there’s always someone around if you need help.

Housing

The housing market in Woollahra is very strong, with plenty of options to suit all budgets. Whether you’re looking for a cozy apartment or a luxurious mansion, you’ll find it in Woollahra. There’s also a great selection of rental properties if you’re not ready to buy just yet.

Schools

If you have children, or are planning on starting a family, Woollahra is the perfect place to do it. The suburb has some of the best schools in Sydney, both public and private. Your kids will get a great education here, and there are plenty of extracurricular activities to keep them busy after school.

Employment Opportunities

Woollahra is home to many large businesses and corporate headquarters, making it an excellent place to find employment. There are also plenty of retail and hospitality jobs available in the suburb, so you’re sure to find something that suits your skillset.

Amenities

Woollahra has everything you could possibly need! There are plenty of shops and restaurants, as well as parks and recreation facilities. If you’re looking for nightlife, there are several bars and clubs in the area that are popular with locals and tourists alike.

Education

Woollahra is home to some of the best schools in Sydney, so you can be sure your children will receive a top-quality education. There are also several tertiary education institutions located nearby, making Woollahra the perfect place to further your studies.

Serenity

Although it’s close to the city, Woollahra has a very relaxed and serene atmosphere. The suburb is leafy and green, with plenty of trees and parks to enjoy. If you’re looking for a place to escape the hustle and bustle of city life, Woollahra is a perfect choice.

Natural Beauty

Woollahra is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in Sydney. The water is crystal clear and the sand is white and pristine. If you enjoy spending time outdoors, you’ll love exploring the many hiking trails and bushland areas located nearby.

Weather

Sydney is renowned for its beautiful weather, and Woollahra is no exception. The suburb enjoys mild winters and warm summers, making it the perfect place to live all year round.

There are plenty of reasons why Woollahra is one of the best suburbs to live in Sydney. If you’re looking for a safe, affluent and leafy suburb with excellent schools and plenty of amenities, Woollahra should be at the top of your list!


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Clementson Park

Address: Newland St & Ebley St, level 1/32 Ebley St, Bondi Junction NSW 2022, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9083 8000

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Latitude: -33.893457

Longitude: 151.2464901

Did you know that Clementson Park rates 4.3/5 based on 81 total ratings?

Reviews for Clementson Park

Josie Hayes

Josie Hayes

5/5

2 months ago

Shed queens park kitchen reopening and bice clean cup and lip no mre ditty finger tip Everyone not catch it from covid

Wendell Boyd

Wendell Boyd

5/5

9 months ago

Grandkids loved it and there is a proper gate so no stress…

Raina Ashford

Raina Ashford

3/5

5 months ago

Busy playground but has a good variety of equipment for kids.


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Queens Park

Address: Darley Rd, Queens Park NSW 2022, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9339 6699

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Latitude: -33.9016737

Longitude: 151.2487087

Did you know that Queens Park rates 4.5/5 based on 438 total ratings?

Reviews for Queens Park

Josie Alexander

Josie Alexander

5/5

a month ago

Great off the leash park for dogs. It has a big open area away from the road. It also has little trails through small wooded areas. Our dog has met so many great dog friends and we’ve met great friends at this park as well. There’s also a nice cafe, playground and a bike path. Plenty of bathrooms and water fountains for people and dogs. Highly recommended checking it out.

fran stevens

fran stevens

5/5

6 months ago

I like this park. The grass was nice. The dogs were friendly. I thoroughly enjoyed the queens park experience. I will return.

Janet Blackwell

Janet Blackwell

4/5

6 months ago

Good place to wander around and variety of sports here. Plenty of people walking their dogs too


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Moore Park

Address: Cleveland St, Moore Park NSW 2021, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 6632 0000

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Latitude: -33.8997953

Longitude: 151.2190103

Did you know that Moore Park rates 4.4/5 based on 405 total ratings?

Reviews for Moore Park

Tim McNeill

Tim McNeill

5/5

a month ago

Played for the first time, fun course, challenging greens in immaculate condition, and great course to whip out the driver.

CHRIS WALLACE

CHRIS WALLACE

4/5

4 months ago

Well run, very professional, friendly service

james hughes-smallwood

james hughes-smallwood

4/5

9 months ago

Great course. Extremely well maintained and a good challenge. Can’t beat the skyline views whilst you play. Free parking for players


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Centennial Park

Address: 15 Locked Bag, Paddington NSW 2021, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9339 6699

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Latitude: -33.8983887

Longitude: 151.234801

Did you know that Centennial Park rates 4.7/5 based on 5980 total ratings?

Reviews for Centennial Park

Boban Menon

Boban Menon

3/5

10 months ago

We went there for a party. Very nice place….. Great food….Great staff………
I am giving a 3 instead of a 5 cause the food was not replenished and few of us had to scrape the bottom of the bowl and a 1/4 of us went without desert….
This is not a cheap place and replenishing should have been taken care of. Sorry….

Tony Leoni

Tony Leoni

4/5

9 months ago

Nice big park.
There’s plenty of space to be alone.
There’s plenty of space to have a great picnic and sine nice big ponds.
There are wild ducks, horses, running and cycling tracks.
The park closes early and there are limited exits.
There is a kids ,’Kickaroos soccer company’ training kids from a young age, looks fun.
There is a new toilet facility.

Alyssa Simoni

Alyssa Simoni

5/5

a year ago

Lovely place for a weekend out or a picnic with family. Very spacious. Easy parking. Wish the track itself was longer. I have done bike riding here and I am aware there is horse riding too. Love doing acrobatics in the centre of the park and its always fun seeing the ducks and geese (beware of the geese, they are BIG!)


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Harbourview Park

Address: Russell St, Woollahra NSW 2025, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9391 7000

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Latitude: -33.8883025

Longitude: 151.2471305

Did you know that Harbourview Park rates 4.3/5 based on 17 total ratings?

Reviews for Harbourview Park

Y “Yowie” T

Y “Yowie” T

4/5

2 months ago

Quiet park with kids play equipment. The mozzies are bad late afternoon when wet.

Natalia Wiguno

Natalia Wiguno

5/5

7 months ago

lovely hidden gems in woollahra. Lots of trees, quiet and have some park benches.

Zoe A

Zoe A

3/5

a month ago

If you’re expecting a view of the Harbour, this is NOT the park for you

It’s still a nice park though


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Cooper Park

Address: Suttie Rd, Bellevue Hill NSW 2023, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9391 7000

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Latitude: -33.8868467

Longitude: 151.2530458

Did you know that Cooper Park rates 4.7/5 based on 306 total ratings?

Reviews for Cooper Park

Will Lee

Will Lee

5/5

3 months ago

Love this place, dog friendly park with small trails for kids. Tennis courts and ample parking. Great for a jog and close to Bondi Junction. I love running up the big hill. If u are into fitness try going up it 10 times 😅

Damien Chan

Damien Chan

5/5

2 months ago

The entrance to this hike can be difficult to find so see pictures. Overall it’s a nice hiking trail tucked away near Double Bay with a small waterfall that is suitable for 3-7 olds. Aside from the trail, it links up to a kids playground, tennis courts and picnic spots. Lots of wildlife can be found here from birds, bats, snakes etc. Good spot for a nature break in the Eastern Suburbs.

Porus Bharucha

Porus Bharucha

5/5

a month ago

Sydney’s best kept secret…….just can’t stop imagining how beautiful the eastern suburbs would have been before.


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Rosebank Park

Address: 5/15 Farrell Ave, Darlinghurst NSW 2010, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9265 9333

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Latitude: -33.8765535

Longitude: 151.2202757

Did you know that Rosebank Park rates 3.2/5 based on 5 total ratings?

Reviews for Rosebank Park

Briggs Jourdan

Briggs Jourdan

2/5

3 years ago

A small inlet of grass on an elevated platform from the street. Not a really relaxing place as there’s an incredibly busy road nearby. Also it isn’t as accessible as it looks. The lone bench seems pretty clean, but this small patch of grass is probably only good to just walk through.

Gustavo Henke

Gustavo Henke

2/5

4 years ago

This is the only park in the surroundings… so most people take their dogs there to poop on the grass – it’s very dirty!
Also, it has one seat available, so if you wanted to spend some time in there, the chances of needing to sit on the dirty grass are high.

Douglas Riley

Douglas Riley

5/5

3 years ago

Great for pooping!


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Rushcutters Bay Park

Address: Waratah St, Rushcutters Bay NSW 2011, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9265 9333

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Latitude: -33.8748752

Longitude: 151.2284119

Did you know that Rushcutters Bay Park rates 4.2/5 based on 27 total ratings?

Reviews for Rushcutters Bay Park

Janice Cranch

Janice Cranch

5/5

8 months ago

Always a pleasure to train and walk there

Dianne Howard

Dianne Howard

5/5

a year ago

What can I say. Fabulous park dog friendly. Off leash certain hours on leash 24/7. I would think most of the residents bring their dogs there each day for exercise. And the view of the bay is an added bonus. The kiosk in the park is a wonderful place to relax and enjoy either a meal, snack,delicious cake and one of the best coffees around or a freshly prepared juice. Of course there are many other selections.

Tony Tuhoro

Tony Tuhoro

5/5

a year ago

A beautiful place to relax and to take family as well friends. Most days there’s a cafe. BTW there is a place for kids to play . Of course there is a toilet..


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Rushcutters Bay Park

Address: 2A New South Head Rd, Edgecliff NSW 2027, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9391 7000

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Latitude: -33.8753082

Longitude: 151.2314581

Did you know that Rushcutters Bay Park rates 4.6/5 based on 1548 total ratings?

Reviews for Rushcutters Bay Park

Amanda King

Amanda King

5/5

2 weeks ago

Rushcutters is one of those parks that’s always enjoyable. If you go around 5pm on weekdays you’ll get the puppy convention and they’re will be so many puppies around. Major cute vibes.

The outdoor gym is quite good as well.

Rob Weston

Rob Weston

5/5

6 months ago

As all locals will kindly share with you, Rushcutters Bay park is a Joy! Walk, relax, exercise, kayak, walk your dog, read a book….oh yer and wear your face mask, Rushcutters Bay Park is such a treat. The scenery isnt to shy either!
Thoroughly recommend to all.

Paul L

Paul L

2/5

5 months ago

Beautiful bay and views, but REALLY busy on weekends. Like Chinatown Night Market busy, cramped with hundreds of people everywhere as far as your eye can see!

Much better during weekdays when it’s a lot quieter.


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Albert Sloss Reserve

Address: 225-245 Palmer St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9265 9333

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Latitude: -33.8782339

Longitude: 151.2161065

Did you know that Albert Sloss Reserve rates 4.8/5 based on 4 total ratings?

Reviews for Albert Sloss Reserve

Alex and Kelsey Good

Alex and Kelsey Good

5/5

3 years ago

This was a fun park for our 4 year old. We had take-away at a nearby restaurant and walked down to this park to have a play and eat. No picnic tables which was a downer but had plenty of seating via benches and an under tree seating area. It is a dog friendly park and only one dog was there and stayed off of the playground area (like advised from the sign posted). Would for sure go back to this park.

Tristan Joshua

Tristan Joshua

5/5

2 years ago

I absolutely love this park!! You honestly get some of the best views of the nature.

Shane Herbert

Shane Herbert

5/5

4 years ago

Perfect place for the kids to play, or for a great birthday party. Be aware though, no loos!


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Steyne Park

Address: Ocean Ave &, 2 William St, Double Bay NSW 2028, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9391 7000

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Latitude: -33.8739815

Longitude: 151.2415354

Did you know that Steyne Park rates 4.4/5 based on 333 total ratings?

Reviews for Steyne Park

A W

A W

4/5

a week ago

Lovely park right by the water at Double Bay.

Toilet facilities and children’s playground plus a bandstand for rainy days.

Camperdown Cellars on the corner is great for supplies.

There’s a small beach off to the right and the 18 Footers Club is great for a drink or seafood dinner. They also have an outdoor takeaway cafe kiosk which is great for a coffee or bite on the way to the beach or ferry.

Regular ferries to Darling Point and Circular Quay from the wharf.

There’s also the Double Bay sailing club at the foot of the park by the water.

Emma

Emma

5/5

3 weeks ago

Beautiful little spot with ample room for your little pooch to run around.
Good seating available.
Great place for a picnic.
Bathroom facilities available
Parking can be tricky at different times of the day / week.

Kerry Molden

Kerry Molden

5/5

2 months ago

Lovely big park on the waters edge. Lots of grassed area and huge trees for shade along with a fully fenced playground.


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Rose Bay Park

Address: 592B New South Head Rd, Rose Bay NSW 2029, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9391 7000

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Latitude: -33.8702482

Longitude: 151.2536574

Did you know that Rose Bay Park rates 4.6/5 based on 102 total ratings?

Reviews for Rose Bay Park

Mark Watson

Mark Watson

5/5

a month ago

After a train ride or alighting from a ferry, Circular Quay is an ideal place to start a short walk from. A coffee and a bite to eat is right on hand as well. To walk around the headland with fabulous views of Sydney Harbour, in all its splendor, in front of the Opera house, brought me to this gorgeous little spot.
It’s shady and ideal for simply sitting back and relaxing, with a takeaway coffee.

Bu Qing XU

Bu Qing XU

5/5

a month ago

Rose Bay Park beach , there have an kids playground, yellow sand beach, boating breathtaking fresh air, and also nearby close to boathouse fine dining restaurant, that is a great leisure place.

Charlie

Charlie

4/5

a month ago

There was a French guy pacing the beach in a towel and sunglasses talking loudly about business on his red iPhone 8 at 3pm on a Sunday afternoon. There were dogs. Heaps of people on paddle boards fully clothed. A guy fell down the stairs.
The beach was nice. It was pretty clean too.


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Beare Park

Address: Ithaca Rd, Elizabeth Bay NSW 2011, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9265 9333

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Latitude: -33.8702611

Longitude: 151.22949

Did you know that Beare Park rates 4.6/5 based on 450 total ratings?

Reviews for Beare Park

Tony Maytom

Tony Maytom

5/5

a month ago

Lovely harbourside Park tucked away. Take a picnic and enjoy the views. There’s a great Cafe nearby and clean public toilets in the park.

Marty Arango

Marty Arango

5/5

4 months ago

Great spot for a picnic and a swim.
15 minute walk from KX station. Unless you are a resident, parking is not great. (Good for locals though).

Rob Weston

Rob Weston

5/5

5 months ago

Beautiful, relaxing, calm atmosphere on weekdays & weekends with people & families having fun.
A little slice of heaven hidden away. We locals are lucky to have BearePark, & we don’t mind if we share.😉 As long as you leave it the way you found it. Enjoy!


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Arthur Street Reserve

Address: 84 Arthur St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9265 9333

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Latitude: -33.8877146

Longitude: 151.215773

Did you know that Arthur Street Reserve rates 4.5/5 based on 13 total ratings?

Reviews for Arthur Street Reserve

Tristan Goode

Tristan Goode

5/5

2 months ago

Convenient little park. The kids always have a great time here.

Sara Hassan

Sara Hassan

3/5

a year ago

I was picturing a proper “Reserve” but it’s just a playground for kids and waiting area for a take away pizza.

Derek Burrell

Derek Burrell

4/5

2 months ago

Good for the kids while you’re waiting for a pizza


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Centennial Park Duck Pond

Address: Park, Centennial Park NSW 2021, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9339 6699

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Latitude: -33.9016583

Longitude: 151.2361292

Did you know that Centennial Park Duck Pond rates 4.7/5 based on 106 total ratings?

Reviews for Centennial Park Duck Pond

Sean Waters

Sean Waters

5/5

a year ago

What a place, what a day.

Alain Tychonoff

Alain Tychonoff

5/5

5 months ago

The kids love it here! Ducks and a lake nice to look at!

Fiona McKenzie

Fiona McKenzie

5/5

4 weeks ago

Great place for a picnic or a catch up with friends


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Thornton Reserve

Address: Beresford Road, Bellevue Hill NSW 2023, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9391 7000

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Latitude: -33.8796829

Longitude: 151.2585464

Did you know that Thornton Reserve rates 4.5/5 based on 23 total ratings?

Reviews for Thornton Reserve

Natalia Wiguno

Natalia Wiguno

5/5

7 months ago

Beautiful Shaded Park with kids playground.

RoseAnne Spaccavento

RoseAnne Spaccavento

4/5

3 years ago

It’s a lovely shady small park. Wonderful and safe for children w8th a good play area.

Chris Boyes

Chris Boyes

5/5

2 years ago

Great little hidden park

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