Woollahra has a low violent crime rate and a low property crime rate for Sydney.
Woollahra is an affluent part of Sydney's Eastern Suburbs consisting of elegant Edwardian- and Victorian-style terraced houses. Development has been controlled here, maintaining the character of the neighborhood. The consulates of Germany, Russia, Poland, Turkey, and others have also found themselves a home in the neighborhood's residences.
Though it's only a few blocks long, Queen Street is the main commercial thoroughfare in Woollahra. This tree-lined street has the feel of an English village but has a sophisticated selection of shops, restaurants, antique stores, art galleries, and what might be the sexiest butcher shop in Sydney, Victor Churchill, which feels more like a luxury retail store. Just down the street Bondi Junction has a massive shopping center for anything not found in Woollahra.
You'll find a mix of families and professionals living here. And like many of the Eastern Suburbs, this is a popular place to live for the city's Jewish community. The liberal Temple Emanuel is within the neighborhood's borders and the Central Synagogue is next door in Bondi Junction.
Woollahra is bordered on the north by Double Bay and Bellevue Hill, on the east and south by Bondi Junction, and on the west by Paddington.
CBD: 5.5 km / 15-25 minutes by car / 20 minutes by transit
Chatswood: 15 km / 25-40 minutes by car / 45-60 minutes by transit
Parramatta: 28 km / 40-75 minutes by car / 55-60 minutes by transit
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