Bondi Junction


As Sydney’s fifth largest business district it is hard to believe that Bondi Junction is only a short stroll to the beach. Featuring impressive entertainment and shopping precincts including Westfield, Bondi Junction is the place to go for boutique shopping, high end fashion, cafes and restaurants. Surrounded by new, large apartment towers and a splattering of Victorian and Federation style terraces, it is a suburb where professional singles and couples meet empty nesters. Bondi Junction is conveniently located just 6km from the city and is an easy commute via the train station. In fact, Bondi Junction is a transport hub of sorts for all surrounding suburbs. Also featuring green parks, Waverly Oval and a location adjacent to Centennial Parklands, you can quickly escape the bustle of the commercial hive and relax.

Suburb highlights:

  • Entertainment and shopping precincts
  • Westfield shopping centre
  • Transport hub – well connected
  • New apartment towers
  • Victorian & Federation style terraces
  • 6km from the CBD
  • Stroll to the beach
  • Waverly Oval, green parks
  • Adjacent to Centennial Parklands


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Bondi Junction is located just 6km east of Sydney’s CBD and is part of the local government area of Waverley. Largely commercial, it’s undergone many changes in recent years and is today is about a whole lot more than just retail therapy.

The name Bondi Junction was coined due to the extension of tram lines to Bondi Beach, Charing Cross and Bronte. It referred to the junction of the Bondi and Bronte tram lines at the corner of what is now Oxford Street and Bronte Road.

For those needing easy access into the city, Bondi Junction ticks all the boxes. Bondi Junction railway station can have you at Central in less than ten minutes, and despite the shiny apartment towers and retail stores, you still feel a sense of a laidback lifestyle. With great connectivity to the city and easy access to the beach, Bondi Junction offers the best of both worlds.

The rapid increase of apartments, units and townhouses in the area has combined with Victorian and Federation-style terraces to create a place where independent singles, couples and empty nesters meet. A shopper’s paradise, it’s home to boutiques and homewares stores, grocers, and high street labels.


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But the charms don’t end there! Bondi Junction is also home to Centennial Park, old-fashioned pubs, delicious Yum Cha restaurants, and plenty of running and cycling tracks for those wanting to enjoy an active lifestyle.

As Sydney’s fifth largest business district, it’s hard to believe that Bondi Junction is just a stone’s throw away from some of the world’s most famous beaches. By day you can enjoy the wonder that is Bondi Beach, and by night enjoy the endless array of restaurants, cinemas and other forms of entertainment in the Junction.

Bondi Junction is a thriving and happening place, and you’ll often hear this bustling hub referred to as Australia’s “Little Manhattan.”

Speak with a Mint360property expert today to find out more about the wonderful suburb of Bondi Junction, and how you could make it your new address.