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Drummoyne

The suburb of Drummoyne is located just 7.5 kilometres west of the Sydney CBD. Drummoyne was originally part of a land grant to Colonial Surgeon John Harris in 1841. The Iron Cove and Gladesville Bridges were constructed in the 1880’s and the arrival of the tram caused a boom. Drummoyne’s new ease of access to the city, and its sublime position by the harbour swiftly made it a desirable address. The last few decades have seen many of the fine old homes, particularly on the waterfront, torn down and replaced with modern apartments and townhouses. Luckily some of the substantial old Victorian and Edwardian homes remain, along with the similar semi detached homes that were built in the earlier part of the 20th century. As you cross the Iron Cove Bridge, you will find Drummoyne’s greatest landmark, the Birkenhead Point shopping centre and marina, which was built on the site of the old Dunlop Rubber factory.

Supermarkets, clothing, food, cafes and furnishings can all be found in the vast Birkenhead Point complex. The local shopping centre is found on Victoria Road offering an array of specialty retail shops, a supermarket in addition to many other services.


Dining in Drummoyne offers a great selection of restaurants and cafes including Indian, Italian, Pizza, Modern French, Asian, European and you can enjoy a relaxed meal by the waterfront at Ecco’s at the Drummoyne Sailing Club. Schools in and near Drummoyne include Drummoyne Primary School, St Marks School as well as a pre-school facility with St Josephs and Riverview and an array of state primary and High Schools close by. There is a direct bus route to MLC School, Newington, PLC, Trinity Grammar and Kings School at Parramatta.

For the sports minded you can row around the quiet bays that surround Drummoyne or swim at the Drummoyne Swin centre which also has sports facilities. Drummoyne has a local rowing and sailing club which is located on the banks of the Parramatta River . Runners and walkers can enjoy the Bay run, the peaceful streets and Harbourside parks with gyms in nearby Gladesville and Balmain. A plentiful bus service is available to the CBD along Victoria Road and there is a regular ferry service to Circular Quay.

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