Ryde NSW 2112
LIFESTYLE
TRANSPORT
EDUCATION
MEDICAL
DEMOGRAPHICS
THE MARKET
Welcome to
Ryde
NSW 2112
Ryde is a suburb located 13 km north-west of the Sydney central business district and 8 km east of Parramatta. Ryde is the administrative centre of the local government area of the City of Ryde and part of the Northern Sydney region. It lies on the north bank of the Parramatta River.
Welcome to
Ryde
NSW 2112
Ryde is a suburb located 13 km north-west of the Sydney central business district and 8 km east of Parramatta. Ryde is the administrative centre of the local government area of the City of Ryde and part of the Northern Sydney region. It lies on the north bank of the Parramatta River.
Key Details
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LIFESTYLE
Active lifestyle, diverse recreation, thriving community, and cultural heritage.
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TRANSPORT
Ryde has convenient access to public transportation and major roadways, providing easy connections to Sydney's city centre and other parts of the metropolitan area.
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EDUCATION
Ryde offers a variety of high-quality educational resources, including schools, universities, and TAFE institutions, providing opportunities for students of all ages and backgrounds.
4
MEDICAL
Ryde has a range of medical facilities, including hospitals, clinics, and specialists, providing accessible and quality healthcare services to the community.
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DEMOGRAPHICS
Ryde has a diverse and growing population, with a mix of young families, professionals, and retirees, reflecting the area's vibrant and welcoming community.
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THE MARKET
The real estate market in Ryde is competitive, with a mix of apartments, townhouses, and houses available at varying price points, providing options for buyers and renters alike.
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        1. LIFESTYLE

        Ryde, located in the northern suburbs of Sydney, offers a range of attractions and amenities that make it an ideal place to visit or live, including beautiful parks and nature reserves, diverse dining options, a vibrant shopping scene, and a rich cultural heritage that can be explored through its museums and historic sites. Additionally, the area is well-connected to the rest of Sydney by public transport, making it easy to explore the wider city and enjoy all that it has to offer.

        Where to eat

        Farsi Restaurant

        20A Church St, Ryde NSW 2112

        Farsi Restaurant is a Persian restaurant located in Ryde, New South Wales, Australia. It offers a variety of Middle Eastern dishes, such as kebabs, salads, soups and desserts. Farsi Restaurant has a 4.4 rating on Tripadvisor and is considered one of the best restaurants in Ryde.

        Nikan Persian Restaurant

        100 Blaxland Rd, Ryde NSW 2112

        Nikan Persian Restaurant is an Iranian restaurant located in Ryde, New South Wales, Australia. It offers authentic Persian cuisine with a variety of dishes such as kebabs, stews, salads and desserts. The restaurant is open every day from 11:00 am to 10:00 pm and has a cosy and elegant atmosphere with traditional music and decor.

        La Mafia Cucina

        Shop 3040, La Piazza, Top Ryde City Shopping Centre Cnr Devlin St &, Blaxland Rd, Ryde NSW 2112

        La Mafia Cucina is an Italian restaurant located in Top Ryde City Shopping Centre. It offers a variety of dishes from different regions of Italy, such as pizza, pasta, seafood and meat. The restaurant uses fresh ingredients and traditional cooking methods to create authentic and delicious meals. The restaurant has a modern and elegant dining atmosphere and friendly service. It also has a website where you can find more information and make reservations.

        Where to shop

        Top Ryde City Shopping Centre

        Top Ryde City Shopping Centre is a large shopping mall located in Ryde, a suburb of Sydney, Australia. It has over 270 stores, including major retailers such as Woolworths, Coles, Big W, Aldi and Myer. It also offers a variety of dining options, entertainment facilities and services for customers. Top Ryde City Shopping Centre is easily accessible by public transport, with several bus routes stopping nearby. It is open seven days a week from 9am to 6pm (except Thursdays until 9pm).

        Bahar Persian Food & Art

        Bahar Persian Food is a Persian grocery store and supermarket located in Ryde NSW. For over 20 years it has been supplying its customers with the best Persian products. Here you can find various Iranian specialties like spices, teas, pastries, nuts, dried fruits and more. You can also enjoy some delicious dishes from their catering service, or order online for home delivery. Bahar Persian Food is a place where you can experience the rich and diverse culture of Iran through food.

        Where to play

        Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre

        The Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre is an aquatics venue located in Ryde, New South Wales, Australia. It opened in May 2000 and served as a competition venue for the Sydney 2000 Summer Olympics.

        It offers a variety of facilities for all ages and abilities, including a 50-metre indoor pool, a water adventure park with slides and fountains, a warm water therapy pool and sauna, a gym with equipment and classes, an indoor basketball court for various sports, and a special area for birthday parties and events. It is open seven days a week with different operating hours depending on the day. It is a great place for families to enjoy water fun and fitness.

        Ryde Park

        The Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre is an aquatics venue located in Ryde, New South Wales, Australia. It opened in May 2000 and served as a competition venue for the Sydney 2000 Summer Olympics.

        Recommended one-day trip in Ryde

        Morning:

        Enjoy a delicious breakfast at Sotto on Ryde, a local restaurant in Ryde that offers a variety of dishes and coffee.

        Head to Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre, where you can relax and start your day with a swim in the pool or a soak in the hot tub.

        Lunch:

        At Top Ryde City Shopping Centre, you can choose from a variety of local cuisine options. We recommend trying Kinn Thai Restaurant for Thai cuisine or Gami Chicken & Beer for Korean fried chicken.

        Afternoon:

        Next, visit Ryde Park, a green space that features large lawns, playgrounds, basketball courts, and tennis courts. Take a stroll and enjoy the gardens and fountains.

        Return to Top Ryde City Shopping Centre, where you can do some shopping or enjoy more local cuisine. We recommend trying Taste Baguette for French sandwiches or Mimmi's Cafe for Italian pasta.

        Evening:

        For dinner, we recommend visiting Le Cordon Bleu Sydney (Ryde Campus) restaurant, located in the community, which offers high-quality French cuisine in a luxurious setting.

        2. TRANSPORT

        Ryde has a variety of transport options that make it easy to get around the area and to travel to other parts of Sydney. Here are some of the transportation options available in Ryde:

        Bus:

        287 - Milsons Point to Ryde

        458 - Burwood to Ryde

        459 - Macquarie University to Burwood

        500 - Ryde to City Circular Quay

        501 - West Ryde to City Town Hall

        507 & 518 - Macquarie University to City Circular Quay

        520 - Parramatta to City Circular Quay

        533 - Chatswood to Olympic Park

        534 - Chatswood to Oatlands

        536 - Gladesville to Chatswood

        538 - Taronga Zoo to Gladesville

        545 - Parramatta to Chatswood

        550 - Chatswood to Eastwood

        Train:

        Meadowbank Station

        West Ryde Station

        Car:

        A3 Victoria Road

        A40 Lane Cove Road

        3. EDUCATION

        Ryde is home to a number of educational institutions, ranging from early childhood centres to universities.

        The suburb is part of the City of Ryde local government area, which operates several public primary and secondary schools. In addition, there are also a variety of private schools in the area, offering a range of educational approaches and philosophies.

        For those seeking higher education, Ryde is home to TAFE NSW Ryde Campus, which offers a range of vocational and technical courses, and is located adjacent to Macquarie University, a world-renowned research university. With a range of educational options to choose from, Ryde provides a supportive and diverse learning environment for students of all ages and backgrounds.

        4. MEDICAL

        Ryde has a number of medical facilities and services to meet the healthcare needs of its residents. The suburb is home to several medical centres and clinics, as well as a number of private and public hospitals located in nearby suburbs.

        These include the Ryde Hospital, a major public hospital providing a range of acute, sub-acute, and community health services, as well as the Macquarie University Hospital, a private hospital with state-of-the-art facilities and a range of specialist medical services.

        Additionally, there are several pharmacies and allied health providers in the area, offering services such as physiotherapy, dental care, and mental health support. With a range of medical services and providers available, Ryde is well-equipped to meet the healthcare needs of its residents.

        5. DEMOGRAPHICS

        At the 2021 census, Ryde recorded a population of 26,499 with a lower median age of 36 years compared to the national median of 38. The median weekly household income was $1,714, above the national median of $1,438.

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

        The most common responses for religion were Catholic 37%, Protestant 23% and No religion 20%.

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

        6. THE MARKET

        Ryde's real estate market is competitive and diverse, with a mix of apartments, townhouses, and houses available for buyers and renters at varying price points. The suburb's proximity to the city centre and Parramatta, as well as its access to public transportation and major roadways, make it an attractive location for both investors and homebuyers.

        In recent years, Ryde has experienced strong growth in property values, driven in part by its increasing population and ongoing urban development. Despite this growth, the local government has implemented measures to maintain the area's livability and preserve its natural beauty, ensuring that Ryde remains an attractive and highly sought-after destination for those seeking a quality lifestyle in Sydney's vibrant Northern suburbs.

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