Wolli Creek is a centralised concentration of modern high-density apartments. Wolli Creek was named after the waterway on its northern border. The suburb was previously part of Arncliffe. The area became predominantly industrial until a redevelopment was planned in the late 1990s. Its close proximity to the Sydney CBD and Sydney Airport makes it an attractive residential location.
Schools in the zone include:
Primary: Ferncourt Public School
Primary: Tempe Public School
Secondary: Al Zahra College
Train: Wolli Creek Station
Bus: These Bus lines near Wolli Creek: 348, 64T8.
CBD: Wolli Creek is 10kms from the CBD
Cafes such as Where’s Wolli, Paula’s Cafe, Rowers On Cooks River & The LoKal Cafe.
Parks include Discovery Point Park and Cahill Park.
The predominant age group in Wolli Creek is 20-29 years. Wolli Creek is 63% single but for couples are primarily childless.
Currently, the median sales price of apartments in the area is $720,000.
Currently, the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment in Wolli Creek is $650 per week
63% of Wolli Creek Residents rent properties.
It’s proximately to the airport and CBD alike. The higher floors of apartment buildings provide uninterrupted views to Botany Bay, the airport and the city. A multitude of restaurants and cafes are making their mark in this new suburb.