Potts Point

Potts Point is a small, densely populated suburb of inner-city Sydney, Australia.

Potts Point is located 3 kilometres east of the Sydney central business district and is part of the local government area of the City of Sydney.

Potts Point sits on a ridge immediately east of Woolloomooloo, west of Elizabeth Bay and Rushcutters Bay and north of Darlinghurst. The suburb has a roughly trapezoidal shape, and at its greatest extent is no more than 1 kilometre long by 200 metres wide. Potts Point’s eastern boundary is Macleay Street. The suburb’s other boundaries include Darlinghurst Road to the southeast, William Street to the south, Brougham Street and part of Cowper Road to the west.

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Postcode 2011
Local Government: City of Sydney
State Electorate: Sydney
Federal Division: Wentworth
Distance from Sydney CBD: 1.7 km
Surrounding suburbs: Darlinghurst, Elizabeth Bay, Rushcutters Bay, Woolloomooloo
 

HOUSES*

UNITS*

Median Sales Price $5,025,000 $640,000
No. of Sales 5 191
Median Rent $1,300.00 per week $550.00 per week
Rental Yield   4.4%

*Source: CoreLogic – 12 months to May 2018

People

Population 1

9,423

(6,862)

% Adults over 65 1

7.9%

(over 60 13.1%)

Median age 1

32

(35)

% Children under 15 1

2.3%

(3.4%)

People per household 1

1.5

(1.5)

Children per family 1

1.3

(1.3)

Family

35.9%

(33.1%)

Single

55.3%

(57.4%)

Group

8.8%

(9.4%)

Family unit per household

79.3%
Couple without children
10.3%
Couple with children
6.9%
One parent family
3.4%
Other

Dwellings

Number of dwellings 1

4,991

(4,727)

Percentage apartments 1

87.7%

(95.1%)

Ave no. of bedrooms 1

1.3

(1.3)

Ave no. of cars 1

0.5

(0.5)

Percentage rentals 1

65.9%

(63.2%)

Dwelling size

Studio

12.4%

(15.1%)

1 Bedroom

49.9%

(46.5%)

2 Bedroom

28.3%

(30.1%)

3+ Bedroom

6.8%

(6.9%)

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Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, Census year 2016  (Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, Census year 2011)