Swansea NSW, 2281

Swansea Real Estate: Suburb Profile

Making a move to Swansea, NSW 2281? It's an excellent first step to decide if the area is worth researching further. The Homes.com.au suburb profile focuses on providing the best information on Swansea house prices, demographics & market trends so we can enable you to be informed regarding your next home or investment.

If you are new to Swansea, continue reading for a brief history lesson to find out more about the lifestyle and what makes this suburb a worthy option.

Overview Swansea is a town that serves as the entrance to Lake Macquarie. This beautiful community is bounded by Lake Entrance and Swansea Channel on the east, while Murrays Beach, Pinny Beach, and Caves Beach envelop the southern part. The locality is part of the Lake Macquarie region in the Greater Newcastle, which is roughly 26 km going to the city of Newcastle.

Living in Swansea Swansea’s location offers a picturesque landscape among its residents. It is fringed with beautiful water attractions, from beaches to sea caves, making it a popular tourist attraction in the Macquarie Lakes region. Aside from tourism, several industries fuel the locality, such as boating, fishing, and coal mining. The historic Caves Beach is just across the township, which is known for its magnificent caves along the foreshore. Other nearby tourist sites include Catherine Hill Bay and Wallarah National Park. Meanwhile, the commercial centre in the community is stationed next to Princes Highway on the east.

History of Swansea The first residents of Swansea were the Awabakal, an Aboriginal clan in the earlier centuries. The area was then settled by a group of families, including Boyd, Josephson, Parbury, and Taaffe. In the 1850s, many Chinese immigrants flocked to the suburb, which was once called Pelican Flats. By 1879, the Post Office was established. More than a decade later, the suburb’s name was replaced by Swansea.

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Real Estate Swansea, 2281 Statistics

52yrs

Swansea
Median Age

Demographic data provided by ABS 2016

Swansea Median Property Price

Total properties sold in the last 12 months
House$700,000
Apartments / Units$470,000

Properties in Swansea NSW, 2281

St Patrick's Primary SchoolSwansea OOSHLITTLE MIRACLES PRESCHOOL & LONG DAY CARESwansea Public School

Agents in Swansea NSW, 2281

Sale By Home Owner
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Sale By Home Owner

Sale by home owner

Triple One Group Pty Ltd
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Triple One Group Pty Ltd

Minus The Agent Sales

CENTURY 21 Novocastrian (Newcastle)
Property Agent Nick Stewart
CENTURY 21 Novocastrian (Newcastle)

Nick Stewart

Sales Manager/Licensed Real Estate Agent
First National Real Estate Lake Macquarie
Property Agent Troy Duncan
First National Real Estate Lake Macquarie

Troy Duncan

Principal / Director / Licensed Real Estate Agent
McKiernan Real Estate
Property Agent Andrew McKiernan
McKiernan Real Estate

Andrew McKiernan

Licensed Real Estate Agent
Stone Real Estate Newcastle
Property Agent Kathleen Matinlassi
Stone Real Estate Newcastle

Kathleen Matinlassi

Sales Consultant
First National Andrew McGrath
Property Agent Andrew McGrath
First National Andrew McGrath

Andrew McGrath

Sales representative
3 Realty
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3 Realty

Alicia Taylor

PRD Newcastle & Lake Macquarie
Property Agent Alex Brooks
PRD Newcastle & Lake Macquarie

Alex Brooks

Sales representative
PRD Newcastle & Lake Macquarie
Property Agent Diana Apostolovski
PRD Newcastle & Lake Macquarie

Diana Apostolovski

Sales representative

Agencies in Swansea NSW, 2281

Sale By Home Owner

Sale By Home Owner

Brisbane City

GPO Box 2002, Brisbane City QLD
PRD Newcastle & Lake Macquarie

PRD Newcastle & Lake Macquarie

Newcastle

602/45 Watt Street, Newcastle NSW
Triple One Group Pty Ltd

Triple One Group Pty Ltd

Brisbane

Suite 626 12B / 198 Adelaide Street, Brisbane QLD
Ray White Parramatta

Ray White Parramatta

Parramatta

Ground Floor, 31 – 39 Macquarie Street, Parramatta NSW
Robinson Property

Robinson Property

Nelson Bay

19 Stockton Street, Nelson Bay NSW
First National Newcastle City

First National Newcastle City

The Junction

36 Kemp Street, The Junction NSW
CENTURY 21 Novocastrian (Newcastle)

CENTURY 21 Novocastrian (Newcastle)

Newcastle

328 King Street, Newcastle NSW
Street Property Group

Street Property Group

Newcastle

287 Hunter St, Newcastle NSW
CENTURY 21 Carkeet Johns Smith

CENTURY 21 Carkeet Johns Smith

Charlestown

157 Pacific Highway, Charlestown NSW
Dotcom Property Sales Newcastle

Dotcom Property Sales Newcastle

Newcastle West

1/826 Hunter Street, Newcastle West NSW

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What supermarkets are there in Swansea (NSW)? Woolworths, Coles.
What are the most common nationalities? The five most common nationalities of residents are: English, Scottish, Irish, German, Italian.
What bottle shops are there in Swansea (NSW)? Dan Murphy's.
What's the postcode for Swansea, NSW? The postcode for Swansea, NSW is **2281**
What's the size of Swansea (NSW)? Swansea (NSW) is 4.87 square kilometres and has a population of 1387.
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