Just minutes away from some of the Eastern Suburbs most popular attractions including Botany Bay, Randwick Racecourse, Centennial Park, and a host of fabulous beaches, Matraville is quickly becoming an in-demand Sydney suburb.
Nestled between Maroubra and Phillip Bay on the northern headland of Botany Bay, Matraville was named after James Matra, a sailor aboard the voyage by Captain James Cook in 1770. Since the early 1900s, Matraville has been a community-focused suburb with a family-friendly atmosphere. Located just 14 kilometres away from the CBD and three kilometres away from popular Maroubra Beach, Matraville’s convenient location is one of its most promising aspects.
Properties in Matraville range from million-dollar mansions to quaint apartment blocks to cater to growing families and young professionals. The latest addition to the Matraville landscape is a multi-million-dollar shopping village on Bunnerong Road, which is helping to draw even more interest from homeowners and investors. If you’d prefer to shop at nearby Westfield Eastgardens or the Sydney CBD, Matraville’s reliable public transport network has got you covered. Fancy a round of golf? The prestigious New South Wales Golf Club is just seven minutes down the road.
Tree-lined streets, beautiful homes, modern shopping facilities, and easy access to everyday amenities – what more could you ask for from a suburb.