Doonside, NSW 2767

4.4(6 reviews)

Ranked 157th best suburb by locals in Sydney (Greater) Region, NSW

Great for

  • Parking
  • Internet access
  • Public transport
  • Cost of living
  • Lack of traffic

Not great for

  • Nightlife
  • Eating out

Who lives here?

  • Families With Kids
  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Retirees
  • Students

Reviews of Doonside, NSW

13th September 2020

"Doonside is the best suburb to live in ,"

All the big parks and Sydney zoo , feather dale park , bungarribee park in doonside ..

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  • Families with kids
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4th June 2020

"I love it here."

I have lived in Doonside 28 years now.I live on the North side in Earle st ,and on my side of the street we all have 1214m2 blocks.Unfortunately you can't buy in this street unless somebody dies.It's certainly a far cry to what they are building on now.
A five minute walk or less we have the Train Station and bus stop,the local shops consisting of bakeries,a supermarket,Auto parts,tobacconist,pub,hairdressers,numerous G.P's Chinese and other takeaway foods.We also have the option to drive to Woodcroft,Plumpton,Marayong,Rooty Hill or Blacktown for large shopping centres.
We have the fastest internet and are a stone's throw from the Orbital.
If you drive, it's only 2 minutes to Nurrangingi reserve for a choice of picnic areas,bicycle tracks,lakes and tranquillity.
I have never experienced a break in,vandalism or any unsavoury activity on my street,although i am aware that certain pockets of Doonside aren't so fortunate.
If you like land ,there are some streets with plenty of it.If you have plenty of cash ,there is always Woodcroft, for a sizeable double story residence.If you are simply a pompous prick that thinks they are better than the person living in the fibro houso job ,but can't afford Woodcroft,there is always Huntington Heights,all having the same post code.
I hope this helps..

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  • Families with kids
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sallyl12

Hi i want to avoid housing commission areas.. so which street to avoid.. iam planning purchasing house in doonside.. thanks

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"Allenby Street very nice and quiet street close to shopping centre"

Allenby street doonside is very nice and quiet .

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"You have Huntington Heights and then you have the rest..."

Okay Doonside..I live in the Huntington Heights region and this area of Doonside is far better than the other side. The people here are obviously still working class but all homes are privately owned with a mix of souble and single storey houses, however there are more single storey houses. Moving north of Doonside is where the HC are and the people there are down right feral. I hear cases of people burning rubbish bins, smashing car windows and so forth. Some of the people would just stand in the middle of the road as if they own the whole place. In other words their attitude is disgusting, revolting and uneducated. They are like that because they're unemployed and are very lucky to be able to rely on such a genrous social security system.

Moving further north from the HC, is Doonside station. During non peak periods they come every 30 mins either way. Bear in mind the further west you travel on those trains the more dangerous it gets. Many cases of mugging and threats have been rumoured if one does not give spare change. From Donnside station there are a nice collection of shops which are becoming ever so popular. Then the rest of Doonside that are privately owned mainly have drug addicts and disorientated family.

IF you want value for money, safety and peace Huntington Heights is your best bet, Bear in mind to never walk from Doonside station to home as muggings are very frequent.

Great for

  • Look for Huntington Hieghts if you're a normal family, otherwise bogan please stay away. =.=

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  • Families with kids
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Frog3

This rant is ridiculous.
"I live in the Huntington Heights region and this area of Doonside is far better than the other side". Of course , the side you live in is better, because you live in it...right????
I have been living in Doonside for 11 years. There are a lot of privately owned pockets that are not typified by "drug addicts and disoriented family" (ouch , check that grammar, educated one). Mostly I live amongst working people (trades people, school teachers, nurses, health professionals) whose children go to school, TAFE, university. I understand that all areas have their good and bad pockets , but I have not witnessed the scenes you describe above.
You do not know your own area as well as you think you do.

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"affordable changing suburb"

There is three parts to doonside, the older part that adjoins the popular suburb of woodcroft. this side has its own and well utilized shopping centre.the other part is mainly made up of public housing often being sold to private buyers, this part is well serviced buy transport trains and buses.and has an excellent shopping centre spearheaded buy a huge iga super centre.the Jewel in the crown is the Huntington heights part of doonside with great homes and well cared for gardens.

Great for

  • Just a great part of western sydney well serviced with transport roads and shopping close buy

Not great for

  • Sorry i didnt buy here years ago.

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Rentals in Doonside

"Under rated suburb with quiet streets and strong community"

The suburb is undergoing a gradual transformation as much of the housing commission is sold to private owners.

Very well connected by bus and rail with Blacktown shopping centre only 5 mins drive away.

Extremely affordable compared to neighbouring suburbs.

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