Neutral Bay, NSW

Neutral Bay

Neutral Bay is a harbour-side suburb located on the North Shore of Sydney, NSW. Located just 5 km from Sydney’s central business district, Neutral Bay offers a relaxing atmosphere with beautiful, soothing views of the harbour.

Transport Links

Neutral Bay is serviced by bus routes to the Sydney CBD and surrounding suburbs. The area also offers two ferry wharfs that provide public and private ferry service for Neutral Bay residents.

Local Culture

Neutral Bay has a rich and culturally diverse history. During Australia’s early colonial period, Neutral Bay was the designated docking port for all foreign vessels. Over the years, many different cultures have converged and blended within the area.

During the 20th century, Neutral Bay was developed and populated as an “alternative society suburb”, largely focused on arts, crafts and individualism. The unique architecture of that time still stands and sets Neutral Bay apart from other Sydney suburbs.

Community and Recreation

Neutral Bay offers endless choices for recreation. Anderson Park hosts popular Rugby clubs and other outdoor activities. The Neutral Bay Club, one of the oldest clubs in New South Wales, offers tennis and bowls, as well as a bistro and sports bar for guests to enjoy. The Oaks Hotel houses several restaurants and a unique beer garden for guests to relax outside. The main shopping district of Neutral Bay has a wide selection of clothing and specialty shops while the Junction Big Bear Shopping Centre features grocery shops and a large supermarket.

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