Vaucluse

Real Estate & Design in Vaucluse – This affluent suburb houses some of Sydney’s most elaborate waterfront homes & luxury accommodation

Things to do in Vaucluse

Sail from Watsons Bay, walk out on the Sydney Harbour South Head & see the lighthouse. Walk to Bondi through Dover Heights. Play golf in Rose Bay or shop in the Vaucluse village

History of Vaucluse

For many years, Vaucluse was the richest suburb in Sydney. With its spectacular views & rich architecture, Vaucluse is currently still among the top five most expensive suburbs of Sydney

Landmark in Vaucluse

Vaucluse House, built in 1803 is a remarkable gothic style mansion which includes lavish rooms, mid 19th century furnishings & is surrounded by 10 hectares of formal gardens & grounds. Nearby is Nielsen Park a protected harbour beach & Strickland House, another elaborate 19th Century house

Shopping in Vaucluse

Vaucluse has a select number of specialised stores, however the Bondi shopping area is only a short distance away

Restaurants & Cafes in Vaucluse

There are a numerous amount of coffee shops, cafes & restaurants including a Victorian style tea house at Vaucluse House & a fine-dining restaurant at Nielsen Park boasting delicious Italian cuisine

Sports & Fitness in Vaucluse

There is a tennis centre, football fields, soccer grounds & numerous local gyms in the area

Transport in Vaucluse

Transport is well catered with numerous bus services. Both Rose Bay & Watsons Bay are near offering Ferry services

Distance to the City from Vaucluse

7 Km & 15 minutes by Taxi

Distance to the Airport from Vaucluse

9 Km & 30 minutes by Taxi

Schools, Institutions, Hospitals in Vaucluse

Eastern Suburbs community college, Kincoppal School, Vaucluse Public & Vaucluse High School are all in the area