Walkable Waterloo: Make This Sydney Suburb Your New Neighbourhood

Waterloo is an inner-city suburb of Sydney, now offering much to see and do throughout the year. Certainly, a suburb that has seen some renovation since the early 2000s, the region has fast become one of the most sought-after suburbs of the city, and undoubtedly real estate in Waterloo is on the rise both commercially and residentially.

So why make the move to Waterloo? What is it about this inner-city suburb that’s attracting creative young professionals of Sydney and beyond to this newly developing precinct?

First and foremost, location, location, location. Unlike many other surrounding suburbs of Sydney, Waterloo is extremely well connected. Not only does it take just over ten minutes to walk to Green Square Station, but there are nearby bus routes and cycle ways throughout the whole area. For busy Sydney-siders, the neighbourhood is the ideal location for a straightforward and comfortable commute to the city for work.
And the accessibilities don’t stop there. The district is now considered Sydney’s quickest developing suburb, due to its close proximity to train stations, schools, parks, cafes and of course, some of the best beaches in the world.
So you might be wondering what actually is there to do in and around Waterloo?
Well, the list is pretty long, and it’s growing day by day. Offering an industrial-like charm to an area that was once a shell of what it is now, Waterloo currently boasts a range of great restaurants, museums, parks and more.
Whether you’re making the move, or simply interested in the landscape of real estate in Waterloo, we’ve rounded up three of our favourite attractions in and near to the area.

Danks St Produce Merchants

This European-inspired indoor market is brought to you by the Quattroville family of Fourth Village Providore, Mosman. The indoor food market has certainly put Waterloo on the map for the foodies of Sydney, also offering special bookings and events at the venue. You can even buy your own Olive trees – need we say anymore?

Centennial Park

Just half an hour walking distance from the very accessible Waterloo, you’ll discover Centennial Park. A great destination for Sydneysiders to chill out, train, play with the kids, and so much more. The park also boasts the title of being the largest community sports precinct in Australia, as well as offering festivals and tours throughout the year

Kepos Street Kitchen

This modern Middle Eastern style restaurant was founded by award-winning chef Michael Rantassi and offers a contemporary twist on all of his favourite dishes from his childhood. Choose from Mediterranean and middle eastern classics, in the fresh café by day, and buzzy restaurant by night. We highly recommend the Falafel for breakfast dish – simply delicious!

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All in all, Waterloo combines a bunch of varied galleries, cafes, and businesses that work together to form a real community feel within a city, creating both a special and practical haven for all those that visit or live there.

To discuss real estate in Waterloo, don’t hesitate to contact us via phone today to arrange bookings on (02) 8399 2168. Alternatively, contact us via our online form here.

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Walkable Waterloo: Make This Sydney Suburb Your New Neighbourhood