A compact suburb tucked away along Parramatta River, Wentworth Point is a standout for its outdoor lifestyle. Bounded by Homebush Bay and nature reserves and with the convenience of shopping hubs and transport links close at hand, there is plenty to love about this waterside suburb.
Neighbouring Sydney Olympic Park, locals have direct access to world-class sporting and recreation facilities – Stadium Australia and Sydney International Aquatic Centre – plus a bounty of nature reserves and parklands – Millennium Parklands, Wentworth Common and Bicentennial Park. Cycling trails and walking paths are plentiful, taking you through bushland that has been beautifully rejuvenated.
Bennelong Bridge connects Wentworth Point with Rhodes – a destination in its own right, thanks in large part to Rhodes Waterside. A major retail development which houses the likes of IKEA and Reading Cinemas. And although Wentworth Point has a sprinkling of cafes and eateries, many cross the bay to access an abundance of cafes and eateries in Rhodes Waterside. Plus, DFO’s, Paddy’s Markets and Sydney Markets are nearby.
Apartment living is on the rise in Wentworth Point, with sparkling new low to medium density apartments popping up. And the recently built Wentworth Point Public School is just an indication of the area’s growing demand.
When it comes to getting around, Wentworth Points ticks all the boxes there too. Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf connects to Sydney CBD and Parramatta, Rhodes Train Station is across the bay, and some of Sydney’s major arteries; Victoria Road, M4 Western Motorway / Parramatta Road and City West Link are nearby.