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Maroubra Beach is popular with visitors given the easy proximity to the beach and surrounding open spaces. There is an outdoor gym, free BBQ's, Skate Park and large kid playground. On the north end of Maroubra beach down the steep steps from Marine parade is the Mahon rock pool. The exposed rock and cliffs about make it a spectacular venue for swimming and there is the added benefit of an amenities block overlooking the pool.
The Little Bay landscape has come a long way since its time as a quarantine hospital and housing commission estates. The urban landscape has completely evolved into architecturally designed residences that are surrounded by green space and enjoy coastal and ocean views all within easy reach of the city. If you have a spare couple of hours ...
The view from Watsons Bay is nothing short of spectacular – the tranquil waters of Sydney Harbour, the Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Enjoy morning tea at the Teagardens Cafe, and spend some quality time with the kids at the mini Woollahra library which is adjoining the café. On Tuesdays they have special story time
What's happening to Sydneys East Suburbs property prices in 2106?
At BuyEast we are focused on a micro property economy that does not follow the rules of the rest of Australia. Most of Australia has seen either a moderate growth, or even a downturn in property prices in 2015. Sydney has broken these rules with a significant price rise
Bearded hipsters, sun-burnt tourists, large crowds on a Friday night are all part of what makes Bondi Beach one of the most well-known beaches around the world. If you are from the Eastern Suburb’s, you will know that the 2026 Bondi postcode actually has many micros-suburbs that each have a different feeling and persona.
Dogs, puppies and fur-babies are often seen as an extension to the family. A dog can be your best friend, your walking companion or just like having a kid without the whining. In the East it is not unusual to see a dog-walker looking after about 10 dogs at once. This can be due to people living in units with no gardens for their dogs to roam, or for the executives who love having a dog, but just don't have the time to get them out.
Everyone needs to eat. Kids need to eat. Parents need a break from the monotonous chore of cooking. And the Eastern Suburbs is filled with plenty of restaurants ranging from the everyday cafe to the 2 hatted fine dining restaurant. So can these factors combine to create great restaurants where families can dine with the kids comfortably?