Avalon Beach Real Estate: Suburb Profile & Property Prices

Avalon Beach NSW, 2107

Avalon Beach Real Estate: Suburb Profile

Searching for property in Avalon Beach, NSW 2107? It's fundamental to decide whether it is an ideal option for you (and your family?). The Homes.com.au suburb profile informs you with unique data about Avalon Beach median property prices, market trends & demographics to enable you to be informed regarding your next home or investment.

If you are new to Avalon Beach, have a little read of our historical overview to find out more about the amazing lifestyle and what makes this suburb so popular.

Overview Avalon Beach is a beachside suburb in Sydney, New South Wales. This suburb used to be called Avalon. It was renamed Avalon Beach after boundaries were changed, and the names of other nearby suburbs were changed as well in 2012.

Avalon Beach had a population of 14670 people (2016 census). The suburb is 37 kilometres north of the central business district of Sydney; Avalon Beach is under the jurisdiction of the Northern Beaches Council.

Living in Avalon Beach Over the last decade, Avalon has been the favourite destination of Sydney-siders who love the beach and surfing.

Avalon Beach is a surfing haven. It is known for having orange-coloured sand in contrast to the eastern suburbs' yellow-coloured beaches. The suburb of Avalon Beach has a cinema, cafes, retail shops, offices, a petrol station, service shops, a golf club, and surf, sailing, and bowling clubs. The large commercial centre in Avalon Beach is across the street from the beach.

Avalon Beach has the Avalon Public School, the Barrenjoey High School, Maria Regina Catholic Primary School, and a Montessori public school.

History of Avalon Beach The name Avalon was derived from the mythical Avalon, a legendary island in the mythology of the Celtic languages. Legends have it that Avalon was a paradise where King Arthur was buried.

The first grand in Avalon was a 240,000 square metre land given to John Farrell in 1827.

Significant housing developments rose in Avalon in the 1920s. Avalon Beach was named a suburb in 1921, initially as Avalon, then as Avalon Beach in 2012.

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The postcode for Avalon Beach, NSW is 2107

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