about Bondi Junction
Bondi Junction is one of the larger suburbs located east of the Sydney CBD. With nearly 9,000 residents and properties covering 28,000 square miles, the suburb is a commercial area that has changed dramatically in just the last 20-30 years. With new development in the commercial and residential structures along main roads and the creation of the Bondi Junction bus/rail interchange and shopping centre, it has become a central location for anyone on this side of the CBD.
Located nearby to several more affluent suburbs including Bondi Beach, Bondi, and North Bondi, Bondi Junction has more working class roots, which can still be seen in the preserved structures like Nelson Hotel, and several other pubs and restaurants that survived the rush of development.
Amenities in the Bondi Junction Neighbourhood
Best known for the Bondi Junction railway station, the transportation in this suburb is vital to its growth and the connection with other nearby suburbs. It is the eastern terminus for the Eastern Suburbs railway and some South Coast Line services. There is also a bus interchange at the same structure. This allows for transportation from and to the region with ease for nearby residents.
The commercial district of Bondi Junction is also well-known in the area. From the first department store opened by Grace Brothers in 1939 to the more recent development of Westfield Bondi Junction in 2004 (now the largest such complex in the Sydney Metro area), this has long been a home to high density development and commercial structures.
Learn More About Bondi Junction from Etch
Are you preparing to move to or near Bondi Junction? If so, you should contact Etch and ask to learn more about the suburb and its surrounding areas from a member of our experienced real estate team. We can help individuals preparing to buy or sell property in the region to get the information they need to make the right decision. Contact us today via phone or email to learn more.