Ashbury NSW 2193
LIFESTYLE
TRANSPORT
EDUCATION
MEDICAL
DEMOGRAPHICS
THE MARKET
Welcome to
Ashbury
NSW 2193
Ashbury is a quaint and peaceful suburb located in the Inner West of Sydney, New South Wales. It is situated approximately 10 km southwest of the Sydney Central Business District (CBD) and is bounded by the suburbs of Ashfield, Canterbury, and Hurlstone Park. The suburb is well-known for its leafy streets, beautiful parks, and charming houses.
Welcome to
Ashbury
NSW 2193
Ashbury is a quaint and peaceful suburb located in the Inner West of Sydney, New South Wales. It is situated approximately 10 km southwest of the Sydney Central Business District (CBD) and is bounded by the suburbs of Ashfield, Canterbury, and Hurlstone Park. The suburb is well-known for its leafy streets, beautiful parks, and charming houses.
Key Details
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LIFESTYLE
Ashbury's lifestyle is characterised by a peaceful and family-oriented atmosphere with a focus on enjoying the natural beauty of the surrounding parks and landscapes.
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TRANSPORT
Relatively convenient transportation yet tranquil, suitable for residence.
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EDUCATION
Relatively convenient transportation yet tranquil, suitable for residence.
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MEDICAL
There are several medical centres, clinics, and pharmacies in the area that provide healthcare services to local residents.
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DEMOGRAPHICS
Ashbury is a relatively stable area with a predominantly middle-class population, mostly consisting of local Australians, and a pleasant living environment.
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THE MARKET
Ashbury's real estate market is relatively active, with moderately high housing prices but a scarcity of available properties.
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        1. LIFESTYLE

        Ashbury offers a relaxed and laid-back lifestyle, making it a popular choice for families and retirees. Residents enjoy access to several parks and green spaces, including the Ashbury Park, which has playgrounds, picnic areas, and sports facilities. The suburb also boasts a vibrant café and restaurant scene, with several popular eateries located along Liverpool Road and the surrounding streets.

        Where to eat

        3 Tomatoes

        121 Holden St, Ashbury NSW 2193

        3 Tomatoes is a cafe in Ashbury, Sydney owned by sisters Carol and Sharon, who previously ran the award-winning Almond Bar in Darlinghurst. They serve Middle Eastern-inspired dishes with locally sourced and organic ingredients, along with Will & Co coffee. The cafe is known for its friendly service and commitment to sustainability, and offers vegan and gluten-free options.

        First Street Pantry

        66 First St, Ashbury NSW 2193

        First St Pantry is an inviting cafe and pantry situated in Ashbury, NSW. Offering a range of breakfast items, sandwiches, salads, and pastries, this cosy spot is perfect for a quick bite or a leisurely meal. They also stock a range of specialty pantry items, including gourmet jams, chutneys, sauces, and teas for sale.

        Where to shop

        Ashfield Mall

        260A Liverpool Rd, Ashfield NSW 2131

        Ashfield Mall is a large shopping centre that provides a wide range of shopping, entertainment, and leisure services. It features numerous stores, restaurants, supermarkets, and a cinema, catering to consumers' various needs. The mall also offers ample parking spaces and public transportation services for easy access. It is a popular destination for local residents to shop, socialise, and relax.

        Lights4Less

        149-155 Milton St, Ashbury NSW 2193

        Lights4Less' brick-and-mortar Ashbury store is a specialist lighting store offering a wide range of styles and brands of lamps and fans. Its hours of operation are 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. Its customer reviews are very high, and some people praise it for its good service attitude, good product quality and reasonable price. You can browse and order products on its website, or go directly to the store to buy them.

        Where to play

        Peace Park

        Trevenar St, Ashbury NSW 2193

        Peace Park is a park suitable for relaxing and enjoying the sunshine. It’s also pet-friendly, with barbecue areas, picnic areas, play equipment, public toilets and observation decks. The name of this park was named to commemorate the International Year of Peace in 1986. Currently, this park is facing the threat of being sold by Ausgrid to developers, and the mayor and community are working hard to protect this land.

        W H Wagener Oval

        2 Whitfield Ave, Ashbury NSW 2193

        W H Wagener Oval is a sports field in Ashbury, with a long history of association with Australian football. This venue hosted its first Australian football game in 1983 and held several grand finals of Sydney’s premier Australian football league in the 1990s. It also serves as the home ground of the Western Suburbs Magpies Junior Australian Football Club. The name of this venue was named to commemorate a former umpire and president of Wests, Bill Wagener.

        One-day-trip recommendation:

        Morning:

        Begin your day with a visit to the serene Peace Park. Stroll along the well-manicured gardens, appreciate the lush greenery, and soak in the tranquillity. Keep an eye out for the charming pond that serves as a habitat for waterbirds. This park provides an ideal setting for a morning picnic, so consider packing a breakfast to enjoy amidst nature.

        Afternoon:

        Head to Ashfield Mall, just a short drive away, for an exciting shopping experience. Browse through a variety of retail outlets, from fashion and homewares to electronics and groceries. Take a break at one of the many cafes or eateries within the mall, where you can savour delicious lunch options, including Asian cuisine and other international flavours.

        Night:

        As the sun sets, explore Ashbury's local dining scene. Choose from a wide range of eateries offering different cuisines to suit your taste. After dinner, consider catching a live music performance at a nearby pub or bar, or simply enjoy a leisurely evening stroll through Ashbury's charming streets, soaking in the laid-back atmosphere.

        2. TRANSPORT

        While Ashbury doesn't have a train station of its own, it's well-connected by public transport, making it easy to access via bus, train, or car. Here are the transport details you need:

        Bus

        ● Routes 413 and 406 - travel to nearby train stations and other suburbs

        ● Route 428 - travel between Ashbury and the City

        Train

        ● Ashfield Station (T2 Inner West and Leppington Line)

        ● Canterbury Station (T3 Bankstown Line)

        Drive (13.4km / ~15 minutes to Sydney CBD)

        ● A4 (Parramatta Road)

        ● M4 Western Motorway

        3. EDUCATION

        In Ashbury and its surrounds, you'll find a fantastic range of schools to suit your child's educational needs and interests. For primary schools, choose from highly-rated options like Ashbury Public School and St. Anne's Catholic Primary School in Croydon.

        In Ashbury and its surrounds, you'll find a fantastic range of schools to suit your child's educational needs and interests. For primary schools, choose from highly-rated options like Ashbury Public School and St. Anne's Catholic Primary School in Croydon.

        Further private school education include PLC Sydney in Croydon and Santa Sabina College in Strathfield, which are highly respected options. With such diverse and excellent educational resources, Ashbury provides a solid foundation for your child's learning and growth.

        4. MEDICAL

        Ashbury offers a wide range of medical resources to support the health and wellbeing of its residents. Medical centres, clinics, and pharmacies are readily available throughout the area, with Ashfield Family Medical Practice providing general medical consultations, immunisations, and health assessments.

        Specialist medical practices, such as Ashfield Orthodontics, offer specialised care. In addition, Ashfield Hospital provides acute care and specialist services to the local community. With a diverse range of medical resources, Ashbury residents can rest easy knowing they have access to quality healthcare services to support their wellbeing.

        5. DEMOGRAPHICS

        Ashbury is a diverse and vibrant community in Sydney's inner-west, attracting a rich cultural mix of residents. English is the predominant language, but the area's multilingual aspect adds to its cultural richness.

        Education is highly valued, reflected in the quality of schools in the area. Residents hold post-school qualifications, with a majority having Bachelor Degrees or higher. Ashbury's vibrant community, cultural diversity, and emphasis on education make it a unique and enriching place to call home.

        Microburbs. (2023). Report for Ashbury. Microburbs. https://www.microburbs.com.au/NSW/Sydney-Western-suburbs/City-of-Canterbury/Ashbury

        6. THE MARKET

        Ashbury is a desirable suburb with a prime location, great schools, and beautiful properties. The real estate market is strong, with high demand for homes with spacious outdoor areas and period details. The suburb's well-maintained properties, renovations, and modernisations add to its overall appeal.

        Ashbury's convenient location and access to transportation and major roadways provide residents with easy commutes and access to amenities. With a thriving community spirit and an abundance of amenities, Ashbury is an excellent choice for families, professionals, and anyone seeking a high-quality suburban lifestyle.

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