Dundas Valley Real Estate: Suburb Profile & Property Prices

Dundas Valley NSW, 2117

Dundas Valley Real Estate: Suburb Profile

Are you looking at Dundas Valley, NSW 2117 to buy? It's essential to understand whether the area is suitable for you (and your family?). The Homes.com.au suburb profile provides information on Dundas Valley property prices, market trends & demographics to equip you in making the best decision on your next property move.

Whether you are upsizing or downsizing to Dundas Valley, have a little read of our historical overview to discover the fantastic lifestyle and what makes this suburb a worthy option.

Overview Dundas Valley, once the northern part of Dundas suburb, became a separate suburban area in 2007. Located 21 km northwest of Sydney Harbour, it is a developing part of the Northern Sydney Metropolitan. According to the 2016 census, 5,412 residents live in the area. Dundas Valley is adjacent to Carlingford, North Rocks, Epping, Eastwood, Dundas, Telopea and Ermington suburbs.

Living in Dundas Valley Dundas Valley has a diverse population with Australians, Chinese, Koreans and people from the Middle East. Its location close to Sydney and Paramatta, and plenty of greenery attract families and couples to live there. The quiet suburban feeling manifolds with local boats enable easy access to Sydney harbour.

Trains and buses take Dundas Valley residents to any part of Sydney, Paramatta, Westmead and Macquarie university in less than 30 minutes. Excellent parks, nature walks, great schools, huge playgrounds, the Philip Ruddock water park, the Dundas United Recreation Club, and the Yates Avenue commercial area add to Dundas Valley's quality of living.

History of Dundas Valley Dundas Valley was originally a part of Dundas. The Ponds Creek, which runs in the middle of the area, formed the valley with gentle slopes. In 1791, Sydney's English governor made land grants to 14 ex-convicts, who established settlements along the Ponds Creek. Many soldiers received lands in 1794, and Lieutenant William Cox bought and consolidated holdings in the Dundas Valley to start agricultural and sheep farms. He named his estate Dundas Heights using it for the first time in 1799. The 1950s and 1960s saw enormous housing growth in the area. Dundas Valley was made a separate suburb in 2007.

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The postcode for Dundas Valley, NSW is 2117

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