Erskineville is in Sydney’s Inner West. It is a relatively affordable neighbourhood village with its own personality. Erskineville is relatively close to the CBD and has lots of transport options (road, rail, bus and ferry) and a good mix of property. It is a ‘foodie’ paradise thanks to waves of immigration since the 1950s leaving a stamp on local restaurants and shops.
Primary: St Mary’s Catholic Primary School
Primary: Erskineville Public School
Train: Erskineville Station
Bus: These Bus lines near Erskineville: 355
CBD: Erskineville is 6kms from the CBD
Erskineville though a small suburb there is no shortage of places to visit
Cafes such as Foodcraft Espresso, Cafe Yolk and Blackbird & Co which doubles as a restaurant but some other impressive restaurants include The Imperial Erskineville and Rose of Australia.
Parks include Solander Park and Harry Noble Reserve.
The predominant age group in Erskineville is 30-39 years. Households in Erskineville are primarily childless couples.
In general, people in Erskineville work in a professional occupation.
Currently the median sales price of houses in the area is $1,450,000.
Households are likely to be repaying $3000 – $3999 per month on mortgage repayments.
Currently, the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment in Erskineville is $700 per week.
52% of Erskineville Residents rent properties.
If you like proximity to the CBD, good transport hubs, a village atmosphere, then Erskineville is for you. It’s a huge hub of greenery, wetlands and pathways that makes for an awesome spot for a dog walk, a bike ride, or a picnic, while kids can burn off energy in the playground.