LifestyleShopper-holics and active bods are both right in their element in the fast-pace of Bondi Junction.
With a multi-storey utopian shopping complex, sprawling Centennial Park, a banquet of delicious multi-cultural restaurants and a world-famous beach just down the road, this well-designed suburb squeezes so much into one snug space.
Situated in the eastern suburbs just a handy 5km from the CBD, Bondi Junction also is home to an active transport interchange with the Bondi Junction Railway Station and a great service of buses.
At the heart of the junction, you’ll discover Oxford Street Mall bustling with cafes, boutiques and takeaway restaurants. Wander a bit further and the massive Westfield shopping centre showcases an incredible array of designer shopping over several sparkling levels.
There are a whole range of sports, recreation and gym facilities to cater for fitness lovers, as well as Centennial Park with fantastic jogging and cycle tracks, horse-riding, sports ovals and picnic/bbq facilities.
A number of private and public schools are all in close proximity including Holy Cross College, Moriah College, St. Mark’s International College, Muses Co-educational Primary School, Randwick Girl’s High School and Randwick Boy’s High School.
A great place to live, work and play, Bondi Junction is the perfect mix of glamour, beachside chic and healthy living, just a hop, skip and jump from the city.
PeopleThe plethora of units, apartments and townhouses in Bondi Junction makes it a popular haven for couples, independent singles and empty nesters.
Young professionals mingle with more mature types with a tendency for most locals being independents.
There are quite a few high-rise apartment towers here to cater for the ever expanding population. Whilst, not the cheapest place to live, it’s not a bad option if you like socialising, living close to the city, or if you’re single or a youngish couple.
HomesBondi Junction displays a wide variety of architecture that varies from regal Victorian terraces to beautiful Federation homes, from quaint weatherboard cottages to sleek modern high-rise apartments.
Hints of Bondi Junction’s earlier commercial history are still evident with the late 19th and early 20th Century retail buildings along Oxford Street and Bronte Road.
Most of the locals reside in the modern high-rise apartment complexes. But there are still a select few living in the character style terraces found in the smaller streets close to Centennial Park.
Transport> The city is only 6km away, and even closer thanks to the bustling bus and train interchange.
> Bondi Junction railway station is an underground station that is also the eastern terminus of the Eastern Suburbs railway on the Sydney Trains network. The station is also the terminus of limited South Coast Line services.
> A bus interchange is located at ground level, above the railway station and below residential towers.
Shopping/Restaurants> Enjoy the ultimate shopping experience at Westfield Bondi Junction with the latest Australian & international stores, premium brands, dining, events & more
> Additionally, the shoppers dream experience is complimented by the boutiques, homewares stores and grocers along Oxford Street
> This clever little neighbourhood’s charms don’t start and end with a glittering, multi-storey shopping centre – charming Centennial Park, old-fashioned pubs, delicious Yum Cha restaurants and a brisk stroll down Bondi Road to the world-famous beach
Recreational Facilities> With high-octane shopping and entertainment on your doorstep, it’s easy to forget that Bondi Junction also boasts green parks and is a short walk to the beach
> Bondi Junction caters to everyone from learning to surf at the nearby Bondi Beach, taking the famous Bondi to Bronte walk, window shopping along Oxford Street or burning a hole in your wallet at Bondi Junction, you'll never get bored with the lifestyle!