Queens Park


It is no surprise that with the name Queens Park, that one of the features of this lovely suburb is the abundance of parklands both inside and surrounding it. It is neighboured by the Centennial Parklands, the shopping and transport hub of Bondi Junction and Waverley towards the lovely eastern beaches. This family friendly area is comprised of mostly federation style homes on tree lined streets. Access to schools is convenient with Moriah College, Waverly College and Waverly Primary School all close by while the beautiful beaches of Bronte, Tamarama and Bondi are under 10 minutes’ drive. The CBD is only 7km away and easily accessible by public transport.

Suburb highlights:

  • Surrounded by parklands
  • Family friendly area
  • Leafy and green suburb
  • Federation style homes
  • Moriah College
  • Waverley Primary School
  • Waverley College
  • Close to the beautiful eastern beaches
  • Close to Bondi Junction Westfield & Transport


Image credit: Wyp at the English language Wikipedia

Family-friendly Queens Park is a small, residential suburb to the north and east of the Centennial Parklands. The area previously formed part of the suburb of Bondi Junction, but was proclaimed its own suburb in 1992. Houses on the eastern side date from the Victorian era, while those on the northern side are mostly Federation-style.

Queens Park is mostly comprised of matured and established independents, couples and families. Houses don’t go on the market for long here, with most parkside cottages selling within a few days.

The beauty of Queens Park lies in its laid-back, tree-lined streets, which make you feel a million miles away from the CBD. No other Sydney suburb this close to the CBD is so picturesque; it’s little wonder why so many families are scrambling to live here.

Queens Park is an easy walking distance to Bondi Junction’s retail hub and the station, and it’s only minutes from famous beaches such as Bondi, Bronte and Tamarama. Bondi Junction itself is a thriving and lively suburb that offers endless forms of entertainment. As Sydney’s fifth largest business district, it’s got everything you need in terms of shopping and amenities.

Nearby school options are plentiful, and includes the prestigious Ascham School for girls, where many of Sydney’s leading business figures have attended. Queens Park itself is home to Modern Orthodox Jewish Moriah College, one of Sydney’s highest-ranking schools for distinguished achievers.

The Queens Park Shed is a popular meeting point for families looking to enjoy the nearby children’s playground, and the Queens Park Shack is a fully equipped kiosk that services the popular playing fields. Offering freshly brewed Double Roasters coffee, the Shack is perfect for mums, dads and kids wanting to make the most of the Queens Park lifestyle.

Contact Mint360property today if you’re interested in making Queens Park your new home, or if you’re interested in an investment opportunity in this area.