Sydney’s CBD is the financial heart of Australia, but don’t let that put you off – it’s also a very nice place to live.
Amongst the skyscrapers, Sydney-the-suburb has fine parks, superb restaurants, and excellent amenities, all within walking distance of one of the finest harbours in the world.
A healthy lifestyle
The City has some very good facilities for keeping fit and healthy.
If you like to swim, there’s the aquatic centre in Cook + Philip Park . Just out the door, you can replenish your carbohydrates with Bodhi’s fresh vegetarian cuisine.
There’s also a wide range of commercial gyms, including The Health Club in Martin Place and two gyms run by Fitness First.
If you have children...
Some of the Australia’s finest private schools are within the 2000 postcode:
· SCEGGS Darlinghurst, and
· James Ruse Agricultural High School
Fort Street Public School is a good choice for children in grades K-6.
For older students, good public transport in and out of the CBD makes commuting to many other fine school easy.
Why live in the suburb of Sydney?
It’s the heart of the city
If you live in Sydney 2000, you're always at the heart of the action.
If you’re planning on living here, chances are your office will be within easy walking distance of your apartment. This makes life very convenient.
It’s surprisingly green
Both Hyde Park and The Domain make the Sydney CBD much greener than you might expect.
It’s got everything
With Darling Harbour, Circular Quay, and The Rocks all within walking distance, residents of the suburb of Sydney never run out of options for entertainment.
It’s impossible to run out of restaurants when you’re living in the CBD.
It’s equally impossible to list even a few of the world-class eateries in this area. If you're only going to visit one, though, you could do much worse than the legendary Tetsuyas.
To find out much more...
...see the City of Sydney Website