Darwin City NT, 0800

Darwin City Real Estate: Suburb Profile

Dreaming of a property in Darwin City, NT 0800? It's essential to determine whether it is going to suit your personal needs. The Homes.com.au suburb profile focuses on providing the best information on Darwin City house prices, demographics & market trends so we can enable you to make a smart decision on your next property move.

If you are considering packing up and moving to Darwin City, have a little read of our history lesson to find out more about the lifestyle and what makes this suburb so great.

Overview The coastal suburb of Dee Why is situated 18 kilometres northeast of the Sydney central business district. The suburb serves as the administrative seat of the Northern Beaches Council and is one of the major centres of the Northern Beaches region.

Dee why is neighboured by the suburbs of Cromer, Collaroy, Narraweena, Brookvale and North Curl Curl and the Tasman Sea on its east.

Based on the 2016 census, Dee Why has a population of 21,518.

Living in Dee Why Dee Why is known to have one of the nicest beachfronts in the Northern Beaches. It is home to primarily young families and young professionals.

The suburb’s central commercial district is centred on Pittwater Road, where various businesses and shops are lined down the streets leading to the beach. At the south of the Dee Why beachfront is The Strand -- another major commercial area with cafes and restaurants overlooking the beach.

There are two primary schools in Dee Why, two Grammar schools and a K-12 Anglican school.

History of Dee Why The story behind the suburb’s name remains unclear; however, the earliest written reference of Dee Why was in 1815, when James Meehan referred to the location in his field book as “Dy Beach”.

First land grants in the suburb took place in the early 19th century, which was then acquired by James Jenkins and other members of the Jenkins family by the mid-19th century. One of the landowners, Elizabeth Jenkins, gave her land to the Salvation Army following her death in 1990.

In 1911, the suburb only had 62 residents until the land was released by the Salvation Army, which prompted the land sales and development in Dee Why.

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Real Estate Darwin City, 0800 Statistics

32yrs

Darwin City
Median Age

Demographic data provided by ABS 2016

Darwin City Median Property Price

Total properties sold in the last 12 months
House$1,250,000
Apartments / Units$420,000

Properties in Darwin City NT, 0800

St Mary's Catholic Primary SchoolMilestones Early Learning Darwin CityMitchell Street Child Care Centre

Agents in Darwin City NT, 0800

Sale By Home Owner
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Sale By Home Owner

Sale by home owner

For Sale by Owner
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For Sale by Owner

For Sale By Owner (NT)

Absolute Real Estate NT
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Absolute Real Estate NT

Maria Kathopoulis

Sales representative
For Sale by Owner
F
For Sale by Owner

For Sale By Owner (RD)

No Agent Property
F
No Agent Property

For Sale For Lease

Piening Property Sales
Property Agent Nuriye Piening
Piening Property Sales

Nuriye Piening

Real Estate NT by George Pikos
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Real Estate NT by George Pikos

George Pikos

Principal
Core Realty (NT)
Property Agent Nikki Vazanellis
Core Realty (NT)

Nikki Vazanellis

Licensed Real Estate and Business Agent
North Property NT
Property Agent Kerri-Ann Laurence
North Property NT

Kerri-Ann Laurence

Sales & Marketing Consultant
No Agent Property
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No Agent Property

No Agent Property - NT

Agencies in Darwin City NT, 0800

@Realty - Featured

@Realty - Featured

Surfers Paradise

50 Cavill Avenue, Surfers Paradise QLD
For Sale by Owner

For Sale by Owner

Balaclava

Suite 3,19 Suite 1 19 William Street, Balaclava VIC
Sale By Home Owner

Sale By Home Owner

Brisbane City

GPO Box 2002, Brisbane City QLD
No Agent Property

No Agent Property

Brighton East

Suite 1a, 608 Hawthorn Road, Brighton East VIC
Absolute Real Estate NT

Absolute Real Estate NT

Winnellie

30/119 Reichardt Road, Winnellie NT
Real Estate NT by George Pikos

Real Estate NT by George Pikos

Fannie Bay

16 Banyan St., Fannie Bay NT
Core Realty (NT)

Core Realty (NT)

Stuart Park

304/42 Gothenburg Crescent, Stuart Park NT
North Property NT

North Property NT

Darwin

GPO Box 418, Darwin NT
HERON PROPERTY

HERON PROPERTY

Darwin City

Level 16 / 19 Smith Street, Darwin City NT
All About Real Estate NT Pty Ltd

All About Real Estate NT Pty Ltd

Darwin

231/130 Esplanade, Darwin NT

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Surrounding Suburbs

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What pharmacies are there in Darwin City? Amcal Barden's Pharmacy, Mitchell Centre Pharmacy.
What supermarkets are there in Darwin City? Coles, IGA, Woolworths.
What restaurants are there in Darwin City? Wharf Precinct Food Court, Outback Jacks, Il Lido, Istanbul, Go Sushi, CHOW!, Hot Tamale, Zhen's corner, Nirvana, Hanuman Darwin, Ducks Nuts Bar & Grill, Nando's, Tim's Surf and Turf, Char Restaurant, Mr Sushi, noodle house, City Pizza, Good Thanks, PM Eat and Drink, Little Miss Korea, Noodle House.
What bottle shops are there in Darwin City? Liquorland.
What are the most common nationalities? The five most common nationalities of residents are: English, Irish, Scottish, Chinese, German.
Darwin City, NT postcode? The postcode for Darwin City, NT is **0800**
What fitness centres are there in Darwin City? Darwin Crossfit, Yoga Territory.
What's the size of Darwin City? Darwin City is 3.17 square kilometres and has a population of 1239.
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