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Most visitors heading from the airport into Sydney's CBD either brush the outskirts or pass directly through the suburb of Eastlakes, a place of contrast and ambiguity.

There's small-scale industry and commercial activity flourishing between densely-packed housing with a widely-multicultural population.

And all of this flanks two of Sydney's most exclusive and challenging golf courses, The Lakes and the Australian.

Botany Bay is just a couple of kilometres from here, it's only 7km or so into the city, and nearby Maroubra and Coogee beaches beckon from the east.

The lagoon system which gives the suburb its name is the centrepiece of a green belt that embraces the Australian, The Lakes, Bonnie Doon and Eastlake golf courses.

The lake system empties into Botany Bay on the southern fringe of the airport. Botany Council which administers the area, has been heavily involved over the last 10 years in a greening program which has seen more than 2 million trees planted.

Pride of the community is the 6ha Sir Joseph Banks Pleasure Garden and Foreshore Reserve which includes a large slice of land reclaimed from the bay and magnificent gardens, a $1.2 million Bicentennial gift to the people.

Eastlakes: Where To Go / Sightseeing

East Lake Golf Course

Unlike its neighbouring courses, Eastlake Golf Club is not a private Club and is open to members and the community.

The course is set amongst Sydney's Botany Wetlands and in recent years this golf club has transformed in multiple ways to become one of the city's best value and most respected golf courses.

Designed on two narrow strips of land characterised by sandy soil, wetlands and flat sections mixed with undulations, the course sidles past its more vaunted golf neighbours in an inconspicuous fashion. Moderate at 5,881 metres Eastlake's par 72 layout hides some of its distance in elevation changes where you have to think if taking the "big dog" out of the bag is the best option.

Eastlake offers great food and beverage options in the Clubhouse and on the course. They have a fully stocked bar with specials that offer you great value all year round.

Gardeners Road,
Corner Isaac Smith Street
Kingsford, NSW, 2032

Located 0.8K from Eastlakes


Koskela is the home of Australian furniture and homewares design. Koskela works with clients large and small. Whether you're searching for a dining table made from recycled timber or planning a commercial fit-out, Koskela can offer helpful advice and designs to suit.

At the showroom in Sydney's Rosebery, their complete range can be viewed, alongside a carefully curated selection of Australian made home accessories and gifts in products as diverse as gardening to kids. The Koskela designed cafe on site, Kitchen by Mike, plus an ever changing gallery space and workshop programs ensure there are many reasons for a visit.

85 Dunning Avenue
Rosebery, NSW, 2018

Located 1.4K from Eastlakes

Bonnie Doon Golf Course

Founded in 1897, Bonnie Doon is considered one of Sydney's best golf courses. It is the city's third-oldest golf club and one of the oldest in Australia. Located only 15 minutes from the city and five minutes from Sydney's international airport, the golf course at Bonnie Doon enjoys championship and Group One status. Slick greens, many with pronounced undulations, have long been recognised as among the best putting surfaces in NSW. Elevated tees and greens with sweeping views of the city are key features of the course design, as are the sand hills which bring unique challenges to many of the holes.

Whether you want to enjoy a drink with your playing partners after a round of golf or host a special occasion, Bonnie Doon's heritage-listed clubhouse provides the perfect environment. As a multi-award winning wedding venue, they can cater for all kinds of events and celebrations.

Banks Avenue
Pagewood, NSW, 2035

Located 1.8K from Eastlakes

Sky Zone

Sky Zone Alexandria is an indoor trampoline park in Sydney, with hundreds of trampolines, connected to form a single massive trampoline that literally allows you to jump off the walls.

Looking for the ultimate in sky high fun? Combine your jump session (or book separately) with Sky Zone Alexandria's high altitude experience, Sky Climb - Sydney's best indoor climbing venue.

Suitable for all ages, clamber your way through the indoor climbing course and challenge yourself and your friends to come out on top. So strap yourself in and get ready to soar. It's just a matter of climb.

75 O'Riordan Street
Alexandria, NSW, 2015

Located 2.1K from Eastlakes

Museum of Human Disease

The Museum of Human Disease, at the University of New South Wales, is Australia's only publicly accessible medical pathology collection.

Home to more than 2,000 specimens of diseased human tissue, the Museum of Human Disease provides information to the public about health, disease, human anatomy and biology. Visitors will see and learn about various infectious, genetic and lifestyle-related diseases.

With holiday programs for children and young adults, as well as a detailed year round events program for school and public visitors, the Museum is both educational and entertaining.

Ground Floor,
Samuels Building,
University of New South Wales
Kensington, NSW, 2033

Located 2.2K from Eastlakes

Eastlakes: Events

Both Sides

There are more than two sides to every story.

Both Sides explores the nature of relationships, the comings and goings, alliances and fallouts and how these experiences help shape our existence. In every relationship there are two sides, the one they let the world see and the one they keep to themselves.

Twelve versatile and athletic dancers are set to take the stage for Limitless Dance Company's debut season. Be sure not to miss this inventive new work during this very limited and exclusive season.

NIDA Parade Theatre,
215 Anzac Parade
Kensington, NSW, 2033

Located 1.5K from Eastlakes

Wired for Wonder

Australia's most innovative event series, Wired for Wonder, will continue to inspire attendees and nurture thought leadership with an impressive cast of world-renowned speakers. The two day annual event will be held in Sydney at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA).

Powered by CommBank, Wired for Wonder, the open architecture for thought leadership, moves beyond the boundaries of traditional business events and brings together storytellers, inventors, dreamers, artists, musicians, technologists, writers and scientists - to learn, connect and explore the concept of wonder.

Wired for Wonder will also present a series of interactive, themed workshops and engaging masterclass sessions including 'no dancefloor' dance classes, 'how to' creative learning in collaboration with the School of Life and Speaker Close-Up's, which will provide attendees with opportunities to interact with the keynote speakers on a more personal level.

Event Dates
      15th Nov
      16th Nov

215 Anzac Parade
Kensington, NSW, 2033

Located 1.5K from Eastlakes

Sydney International Bachata Festival

The Sydney International Bachata Festival is the worlds first ever Bachata Festival and 2016 will be the nineth year of the event.

With Latin dancers and guests coming from around Australia and the world, it truly is an event not to be missed! Come and experience an amazing, inspiring weekend.

Gate 2, High Street
Kensington, NSW, 2033

Located 2.0K from Eastlakes

Ngala Nanga Mai Parent Group presents Solidarity Exhibition

The Ngala Nanga Mai Parent Group presents their Solidarity Exhibition in support of the Sydney Children's Hospital - Christmas Art Show.

Solidarity Exhibition presents a showcase of Artworks from the Ngala Nanga Mai Parent Group and local Artists.

High Street
Randwick, NSW, 2031

Located 2.1K from Eastlakes

Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale

Inglis play a vital role in Australian racing history, as graduates of the Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale continue to be peerless in racetrack performance year after year.

Many Golden Slipper winners have graced an Inglis Sale Ring twelve months before being written into racing annals.

The next generation to build on that tally are presently roaming the paddocks of the best breeders in Australia and New Zealand, patiently awaiting their opportunity to shine during the second week in April under Inglis' Moreton Bay Fig Tree that bounds the Historic Newmarket Sales Ring at Randwick.

Please visit the Inglis website for further information.

1 Young Street
Randwick, NSW, 2031

Located 2.3K from Eastlakes

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