Queenscliff NSW, 2096

Queenscliff Real Estate: Suburb Profile

Have you got your eye on a property in Queenscliff, NSW 2096? It's vital to know whether it is an ideal option for you (and your family?). The Homes.com.au suburb profile aims to give you a better understanding of Queenscliff house prices, demographics & market trends so we can help you justify the price for your next home or investment.

If you're considering a move to Queenscliff, keep reading for a brief history lesson to discover more about the lifestyle and what makes this suburb so popular.

Overview Queenscliff, a suburb of northern Sydney, New South Wales, covers an area of 0.47 square kilometres and had a population of 3,376 people (2016 census). Neighbouring Queenscliff are the suburbs of Manly, North Manly, Manly Vale, Curl Curl, Brookvale, and Balgowlah.

Queenscliff is 16 kilometres northeast of the Sydney CBD. It is part of the Northern Beaches Council LGA and the Northern Beaches region.

Living in Queenscliff Queenscliff is a hidden suburb that is safe and family-friendly. Queenscliff offers solitude to its residents while still being close to everything. It is famous for its surf beaches because of the heavy waves surfers love.

Queenscliff is fast becoming an option for Manly property buyers because of its proximity to the beaches and lovely views. The suburb also does not have the day-trippers and crowds common in Manly.

Queenscliff may be a small suburb, but the convenient location, natural beauty, waterfront properties, and many of the best surf on Sydney's northern beaches make up for it.

Queenscliff is serviced by ferry and bus services.

History of Queenscliff Queenscliff was named to honour Queen Victoria. From the 1900s up to World War I and the present, Queenscliff is a popular destination for holiday-makers.

Manly Lagoon was formerly known as Curl Curl Lagoon, and it looks like Curl Curl used to be the Aboriginal name of Queenscliff and its surrounding areas. The Queenscliff Headland also used to be known as Curl Curl Headland.

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Real Estate Queenscliff, 2096 Statistics

35yrs

Queenscliff
Median Age

Demographic data provided by ABS 2016

Queenscliff Median Property Price

Total properties sold in the last 12 months
House$1,130,000
Apartments / Units$1,327,000

Properties in Queenscliff NSW, 2096

Agents in Queenscliff NSW, 2096

Belle Property Seaforth
Property Agent Matt Brady
Belle Property Seaforth

Matt Brady

Sales representative
Upstate
Property Agent Tulo Sila
Upstate

Tulo Sila

Licensed Real Estate Agent
O'Gorman & Partners
Property Agent Anthony O'Gorman
O'Gorman & Partners

Anthony O'Gorman

Sales representative
SEA-Smyth Estate Agents
Property Agent James Smyth
SEA-Smyth Estate Agents

James Smyth

Director
Stone Real Estate Seaforth
M
Stone Real Estate Seaforth

Maria Cassarino

Partner/Licensed Real Estate Agent
No Agent Property
F
No Agent Property

For Sale For Lease

Bergelin Estate Agents
Property Agent Laura Pritchard
Bergelin Estate Agents

Laura Pritchard

Director, Residential Sales
RED Property
L
RED Property

Luke Newby

Upstate
P
Upstate

Phil Feseha

Belle Property Manly
L
Belle Property Manly

Luke Burgess

Agencies in Queenscliff NSW, 2096

No Agent Property

No Agent Property

Brighton East

Suite 1a, 608 Hawthorn Road, Brighton East VIC
Triple One Group Pty Ltd

Triple One Group Pty Ltd

Brisbane

Suite 626 12B / 198 Adelaide Street, Brisbane QLD
Upstate

Upstate

Dee Why

Suite 15, Level 1, 888 Pittwater Road, Dee Why NSW
McGrath Collaroy

McGrath Collaroy

Collaroy

Shop 4 / 1073 Pittwater Road, Collaroy NSW
Belle Property Seaforth

Belle Property Seaforth

Seaforth

544 - 546 Sydney Road, Seaforth NSW
Belle Property Manly

Belle Property Manly

Manly

15 Sydney Road, Manly NSW
Stone Real Estate Seaforth

Stone Real Estate Seaforth

Seaforth

551 Sydney Road, Seaforth NSW
O'Gorman & Partners

O'Gorman & Partners

Mosman

130 Avenue Road, Mosman NSW
Laing+Simmons Dee Why

Laing+Simmons Dee Why

Dee Why

4/910 Pittwater Road, Dee Why NSW
Novak

Novak

Dee Why

822 Pittwater Road, Dee Why NSW

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What's the size of Queenscliff (NSW)? Queenscliff (NSW) is 0.42 square kilometres and has a population of 915.
What are the most common nationalities? The five most common nationalities of residents are: English, Irish, Scottish, Italian, German.
What is the postal code for Queenscliff, NSW? The postcode for Queenscliff, NSW is **2096**
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