Pymble, NSW 2073

4.4(9 reviews)

Ranked 194th best suburb by locals in Sydney (Greater) Region, NSW

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  • Public transport
  • Clean & green
  • Safe and sound
  • Schools
  • Parks and recreation

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Reviews of Pymble, NSW

prashantkumar
prashantkumar
14th January 2022

"Best suburb to raise a family!"

Best suburb to raise a family! Has great schools.....lots of green reserves and parks and is conveniently located just a 20m drive to Macquarie &northern beaches like mona Vale. It's also only 30m by train to the city and 15m to Chatswood

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callumlawson-smith
callumlawson-smith
3rd December 2020

"An isolated, leafy, and quiet suburb"

There's a lot to love about Pymble. It's beautiful, with an abundance of trees and greenery, boasts a nice selection of great cafes, and has access to a train station with barely any people using it (I always manage to find a seat during the week on my way to work). I'm super comfortable here, almost a little too comfortable in the sense that it's a little bit boring here - which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but I often find myself wanting to get out and head to other suburbs on the weekends. But it's always a sigh of relief at the end of the day to come back to Pymble.

Sadly the prices of housing here means that it will only be a temporary home for me.

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"Lack behind suburb remote from amenities"

Been to No. 20 Bridge Street, from Sydney Central by train, 22 km, and took over 30 minutes on the train with 15 stops. 850 meters walk from the train station, mostly on Pacific Hwy with non-stopped heavy traffic. Roads tricky, not good for walking. One bus route comes every 30 minutes during morning time. Need to walk steep down and up slopes unless travel by driving. Many many trees all around like some remote country side, and the Fire Station is on Pacific Highway, corner of Bridge Street. Some corporations had buildings on this very sloppy Bridge Street as well.

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mehdi-saberianm
mehdi-saberianm

i have been living for 10 y in Pymble, im surprised why it gets such a high rank!

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"Pymble becoming cool"

Pymble is getting a massive Bunnings store plus new cafe and shops. Pymble is determined to grow better than most suburbs this year.
Pymble is getting more expensive with people holding on to their properties and not selling for a long time so there is low stock.

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"Nice but boring"

Pymble is a quiet,safe conservative area. It was desirable in the 1960's but has dropped down the rankings as it's not cool, interesting or unique. There's little to distinguish it from many other upper Nth Shore suburbs, but train access to the city is good.

It's very white, Anglo, and old fashioned. The politics reflect that, delivering the safest Liberal seat in NSW.

The real estate market confirms that. House prices have been falling behind the lower Nth shore and East for decades. It's full of nice, middle class families, looking for a safe, staid lifestyle.
If that's your thing then Pymble is for you.

Kids get out quickly one they reach university as the area is offers little for 20 and 30 somethings.
So the community skews heavily towards the elderly. The services and facilities move in unison to accommodate the increasingly elderly population, thereby exacerbating the suburbs profile. There are some nice aged care facilities and more being built.

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Rentals in Pymble

"Pymble for Posh and Stylish Suburb"

Pymble has been traditionally for the most affluent and elite families in the North Shore. It silently maintains the characteristics to this date.

Great for

  • Very Elite
  • People are all nice and Well Behaved
  • Quiet and very friendly

Not great for

  • Not many Restaurants
  • Some streets can be snobbish

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"Many good schools around Pymble area"

e.g. PLC, Pymble West public school.

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"A terrific spot with access to all the North Shore has to offer"

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"Upper North Shore"

Along the sides of the Pacific Highway at Pymble you will see retirement units, apartments and lots of trees. But just behind you will find mansions on very large blocks of land, with beautiful gardens. Pymble is a very desirable suburb for the well-heeled residents of Sydney, not the least because of its proximity to some exclusive private schools, most notably, Pymble Ladies College. Public transport to the city is via train on the North Shore Line.

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