Centennial Park Real Estate and Lifestyle Guide

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Centennial Park Snapshot

Surrounded by expansive green lawns and beautiful architecture, it’s no surprise Centennial Park is one of Sydney’s most popular destinations. This Eastern Suburb is popular amongst locals who enjoy the relaxed lifestyle and ease of access to shopping, dining and nearby beaches.

Did You Know?

Now a beautiful and lush space, Centennial Park was once a huge catchment of creeks, swamps, springs, sand dunes and ponds.

Neighbouring Suburbs

Centrally located, Centennial Park calls Moore Park, Queens Park, Bondi Junction, Randwick, Bronte, Paddington, Woollahra, Waverley, Kensington, Paddington, Darlinghurst and Surry Hills neighbours.

What You’ll Love

Bordered by beautiful, lush and historic gardens, Centennial Park has fast become a highly-coveted neighbourhood for those looking to balance inner-city living with the outdoors. Located 4 km from the city, locals are predominantly young working professionals who enjoy the easy commute to work and idyllic lifestyle Centennial Park offers.

While it may have started out as swamp land, Centennial Park is now one of Sydney’s finest and most popular outdoor spaces. The closely knit suburb offers plenty of lifestyle features for locals, with the expansive green lawns and lush historic gardens that border it taking centre stage. One of the most loved features of Centennial Park is the ever-popular Moonlight Cinema, allowing locals to watch a film underneath the stars during summer.

The multi-use space is well used by locals, forming an ideal location for those who love to live a healthy and active lifestyle with 189 hectares of beautiful outdoor space on offer. From cycling, running, rollerblading, team sports or horse riding, Centennial Park is fully equipped with facilities to support you. There are also plenty of BBQ facilities, although you’ll want to get there early as the park can get quite busy during beautiful, sunny weekends! Your furry friend doesn’t have to miss out either, with Centennial Park proudly boasting over 43% of its lawns as off-leash areas, with the most popular areas being Sandstone Ridge and Federation Valley.

Nearby Moore Park is home to The Entertainment Quarter, featuring local produce markets, live events, retail, cinemas, bars and restaurants. While Centennial Park has a small selection of its own cafes and eateries, most head into neighbouring Waverley and Bondi Junction to indulge in the plentiful dining precincts there.

Perfect for a family day out, Centennial, Moore and Queens Park play host to a number of playgrounds, including Learners Cycleway Playground, Rocket Playground, Paddington Gates Playground, Restaurant Playground, Queens Park Playground and Rotunda Playground.

Adjacent to the northern end of Willow Pond is where you’ll find Centennial Park Labyrinth, the first public stone labyrinth and possibly the most intricately built one in the world. Designed for quiet reflection, exploration and meditation, the Labyrinth is a much-loved feature by locals and visitors alike.

Just moments away from Centennial Park are some of Sydney’s most beautiful and popular beaches, including Bondi Beach, Coogee, Bronte, Clovelly and Tamarama. For fitness buffs looking to get in their morning exercise by the beach, the Coastal Walk is the perfect option, starting in Bondi and winding as far down as Maroubra, offering spectacular views as you go.

For those looking to indulge in a spot of shopping, Bondi Junction is minutes away, home to one of the largest Westfields in Sydney and offering a wide selection of boutique, designer and every-day retail options. Nearby suburbs of Paddington and Woollahra also offer a range of upmarket shopping precincts.

Centennial Park Real Estate

Centennial Park ticks all the boxes when it comes to livability, making it a highly valued suburb. Property here is a mix of Victorian and Federation homes, nestled in amongst modern architecture and apartment blocks.

The median price to purchase a 2 bedroom apartment is $1,020,000 while the cost of renting a 2 bedroom apartment is approximately $620 per week.


Being so centrally located, residents enjoy having many of Sydney’s best features all within walking or cycling distance of their front doors. When it comes to public transport, the train interchange at nearby Bondi Junction connects this Eastern Suburb to a multitude of destinations, including the CBD and the Airport.

Local School Catchments

Local schooling choices include Moriah College, Waverley College, St Catherine’s School, Waverley Public School and Gingerbread Kindergarten.

Want to make Centennial Park your home? Speak to Murray Property today if you’re looking to buy or rent in the area.