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Woollahra Community Profile

Community Profile

 

The Woollahra Community Profile provides demographic analysis for our municipality based on results from the 2011, 2006, 2001, 1996 and 1991 Censuses of Population and Housing (Australian Bureau of Statistics).

 

This profile can be used to find out the population characteristics of our community, understand how they have changed over time and how they compare to other areas.

Woollahra Social Atlas

Social Atlas

 

The Woollahra Social Altas presents key demographic data for our area as interactive maps. Based on data from the 2011 and 2006 Censuses of Population and Housing (ABS), the maps can be used to identify spatial patterns and trends in the municipality.

Woollahra Economic Profile

Economic Profile

 

Using information from the ABS and economic modellers National Economics (NIEIR), the Woollahra Economic Profile describes our municipality's role within the broader economy.

Eastern Suburbs Economic Profile

Economic Profile

 

The Eastern Suburbs Economic Profile presents economic information that describes the Woollahra LGA's role within the regional economy, allows users to explore economic development options and identify the regions strengths. The site includes information on the economies of Woollahra, Waverley, Randwick and Botany LGAs.

Eastern Suburbs Economic Profile 2013

 

A detailed study prepared for the eastern suburbs provides further insight into the economic activity, trends and future opportunities within the area. The Woollahra precincts featured in this profile are Oxford Street, Double Bay Centre, Rose Bay Centre, Edgecliff Commercial Centre and Queen Street, Woollahra.

 

This joint study was commissioned in conjunction with Randwick and Waverley Councils.

 

 

Recreation

Boating facilities

 

Woollahra Council's boating facilities include wharves, a boat ramp and small water craft storage.

Community gardens

 

Community gardening is a valuable community recreational activity that contributes to health and well-being, positive social interaction, community development, environmental education, sustainable principles, protection and use of public open space.

Cycleways

 

There are a number of cycleways in the Municipality that can be used by cyclists to explore the eastern suburbs of Sydney.

Fitness training

 

Woollahra Municipal Council encourages physical activities in our open space to promote health and well-being, and manage them so as to safeguard the enjoyment of our public open spaces by all members of the community.

Harbourside pools and baths

 

There is approximately 16km of harbourside extending from Rushcutters Bay to Watsons Bay providing some of the most beautiful beaches, bays and inlets in Sydney.

Parks, reserves and playgrounds

 

Woollahra has a range of historic gardens, foreshore parks, playgrounds and bushland reserves. Many of our parks enjoy views of across Port Jackson to northern Sydney.

Spaces for hire

 

Why not hire a local community venue, garden, sports ground, foreshore park, playground or bushland reserve for your next event?

Sports grounds

 

Woollahra Council maintains a number of sportsgrounds available for hire, accommodating a range of sporting activities such as cricket, rugby union, rugby league, Australian Rules Football, soccer, touch football, netball, basketball, hockey, softball and athletics.

Tennis courts

 

There are three tennis courts that you can hire to use in the Municipality of Woollahra.

Walks in Woollahra

 

Explore the harbour on walks that span from Rushcutters Bay to Watsons Bay via Rose Bay, and on a coastal walk from Christison Park to Inner South Head.

Weddings and ceremonies

 

We provide beautifully maintained historic gardens and Harbour foreshore parks that are ideal locations for your wedding ceremony or bridal photography.