Rosebery is in the new and rapidly growing Inner South. Plans for new high-rise developments along the Eveleigh railway corridor will complement buildings along the airport line, between Surry Hills and Mascot. Suburban Mascot and its new high-density core seem to work well together which provides hope for Victorian enclaves of Redfern, Alexandria Park, Zetland and Beaconsfield and their high-rise neighbours. Some quirky dining venues are emerging. Commuting to the CBD is easy with rail or bus, or by bike or foot. Small neighbourhood parks and playgrounds dot the region and Moore Park in the East and Sydney Park on the Western side provide acreage.
Primary: Daceyville Public School
Secondary: Randwick Boys High School
Secondary: Randwick Girls High School
Train: Green Square Station
Bus: These Bus lines stop near Rosebery: 343, 418.
CBD: Rosebery is 6kms from the CBD
Green Square Town Centre (Construction has began on an aquatic & recreation centre).
Cafes such as Three Blue Ducks, 5th Earl Rosebery, Mentmore & Morley.
Parks include Bannerman Crescent Reserve and Kimberley Grove Reserve.
The predominant age group in Rosebery is 20-29 years. Households in Rosebery are primarily childless couples.
In general, people in Rosebery work in a professional occupation.
Currently the median sales price of houses in the area is $1,700,000.
Households are likely to be repaying $1800 – $2399 per month on mortgage repayments.
Currently the median rental for a 2 bedroom apartment in Rosebery is $660 PW
42% of Rosebery Residents rent properties.
Rosebery is a small tight knit community made up of professionals. It’s a stone’s throw from the CBD and boost some of the best cafes and restaurants Sydney has to offer.