Suburb Property Profile: Wentworth Point, NSW 2127


Thinking about buying an off the plan property in Wentworth Point, NSW? Whether it's an off the plan apartment, townhouse or house and land package, you'll want to discover the Location Demographics, Travel & Infrastructure, Shopping and Schools & Recreation.


Location Demographics

Set beside the Parramatta River and overlooking the cityscape, the waterside suburb of Wentworth Point is situated close to 20 km west of Sydney’s distinct Central Business District. Originally part of Lidcombe, the area used to be called ‘North Lidcombe’ and ‘Homebush Bay’. There was rapid residential development in the 1860s and increased industrial and commercial usage towards the 1970s and onwards. It is now highly regarded for its healthy outdoor lifestyle and being surrounded by appealing nature reserves. A couple of historical landmarks nearby include the SS Mortlake Bank Shipwreck and the SS Ayrfield Shipwreck. 

Filled with recreational facilities, the lovely community has welcomed families, retirees and professionals to the developing town. From data gathered by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the total population consists of around 13 000 people and 4 000 families who have settled in. The median age is 32 years old and the 30 to 35-year-old age demographic is the most popular with residents. Private dwellings have been estimated to reach beyond 7 000 properties with more houses to be established in the future. 

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Travel & Infrastructure

Having several public transport services to choose from, figure out your daily commute with no hassle. A quick walk, the Olympic Park Railway Station has 4 platforms and trains running along the Olympic Park Line. Bus stops are spread out all over and can mostly be found by Footbridge Boulevard and Hill Road. To add, the Sydney Olympic Park Wharf also has ferries operating between Circular Quay and Parramatta. If you're travelling by car, you can use the Western Motorway for uninterrupted trips. 

The Parramatta City Council has a strong focus on transport planning, urban design and land use. Setting the goal to be a Smart City, the council aims to better service local needs, improve the efficiency of their operations and services, achieve higher levels of sustainability and boost economic activity. Furthermore, the Parramatta Night City Framework for 2020 to 2024 has figured out key strategic areas. These involve planning for upcoming late trading centres, promoting late night businesses and culture, adding new infrastructure and enhancing safety measures. 

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Just a stone’s throw away, shoppers can look through all kinds of retailers and specialty stores. The Marina Square Shopping Centre is within walking distance and has eateries and diverse brands. There are also entertainment options, hair and beauty services and fresh food markets. Meanwhile, the Pierside Shopping Centre also has supermarkets and takeaway choices. Set at the forefront, the Garfield Café cooks up hot meals while the Lab Kitchen Cafe serves tasty coffee. Try Mediterranean dishes at the Concerto Restaurant or order delicious burgers from the Plain Folks Restaurant. During dinner time, dine out at the Baiboon Thai Restaurant with its rich colour scheme or taste different flavours at the Kyo Sushi Bar. Have a night out at the Dancing Bear and listen to live music performances every weekend while sipping signature drinks. 


Schools & Recreation

Parents and students in the neighbourhood are able to select from a variety of educational schools. The Wentworth Point Public School is around 1 km away and  the Little Bite Studio Art School is also just an easy walk. For more, primary year levels can attend the Newington Public School and preschoolers are looked after at the Handprints Early Learning Centre. Those in secondary school can attend Cumberland High School or Marsden High School. Tertiary courses are available at the Western Sydney University Parramatta Campus which is close to a 10 km drive. 

At Wentworth Point, there is no shortage of green parks and scenic tourist sites to  explore. The Bay Marker Park boasts a tranquil setting where you can bring your dogs along for a play or get active and work out. Enjoy a BBQ with loved ones at the Wentworth Common Park or visit the Newington Armory which offers a range of activities, a train ride and a cafe. Stop by at the Armory Art Gallery and capture memorable photos at the Shipwreck Lookout. You may also want to take the kids to the Blaxland Riverside Park with tunnel slides, a treehouse and an activity park. Challenge your friends at the Sydney Olympic Park Archery Centre or have a swim at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre. Around 4 km, the Newington Nature Reserve showcases open natural spaces where everyone can unwind.

Whether you’re searching for a new home or investment, the awesome suburb of Wentworth Point has it all!

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Published on 28th of March 2023 by Davina Deluao
Davina Deluao
Davina Deluao

Davina graduated from Swinburne University in 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Journalism. Through travelling and studying abroad in NYC and LA, her interests in property and design grew and became a strong pursuit. Davina has been writing for iBuildNew Group since 2019.


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