Walking Tour: What's within walking distance of Auburn Square in Western Sydney

Auburn prides itself as one of the most multicultural communities in Australia, being home to a high percentage of immigrants from all walks of life

Walking Tour: What's within walking distance of Auburn Square in Western Sydney
Walking Tour: What's within walking distance of Auburn Square in Western Sydney

Auburn Square is the latest development from Tian An in Sydney’s west, receiving development approval for six mixed-use buildings.

Located in Auburn  which is named after Oliver Goldsmith's poem The Deserted Village. Auburn prides itself as one of the most multicultural communities in Australia, being home to a high percentage of immigrants from Afghan, Turkish, Lebanese, and Chinese backgrounds.

That means there's a range of quality cuisine and shopping options exemplifying the melting pot that is Auburn. There is no end of demand from home buyers and investors who want to live in Sydney’s gentrifying inner Western suburbs.

Auburn Square sets a new benchmark for residential developments in Western Sydney, with the precinct design largely inspired by the nearby Auburn Botanical Gardens. It is home all aspects of life and family with lush green surrounds through the apartments, landscaping, retail precinct and public domain.

Comprising a total 427 residences in one, two and three-bedroom configurations, the apartments will include nine retail and commercial suites as well as numerous amenities.

The on-site amenities include and expansive rooftop providing a generous dining experience, outdoor fitness equipment, and impressive cityscape views just to name a few.

The impressive communal rooftop garden comes complete with BBQ areas so you can enjoy a meal alfresco.

There are more than 10 new retail shops downstairs with great food and coffee at your doorstep.

Designed by Ground Ink, 2,000 sqm of green space will be featured to provide common areas between buildings and a high level of amenity for occupants and local residents.

Auburn is a hub of connectivity situated in the geographical heart of Sydney. It offers great transport accessibility to business centres including Parramatta and the CBD. Walk to Auburn train station in 3 minutes or take Parramatta Road and the M4 motorway for direct and easy access further west or into the city.

A commercial area is located close to Auburn railway station which itself is just a 10 minute walk away. There are many multicultural restaurants and cafes.

South of the railway station, the commercial area stretches for approximately 1 kilometre and features many shops, restaurants and supermarkets, including a number of shops and restaurants specialising in Middle Eastern, Turkish and East Asian products and cuisine.

Nearby schools include the Sydney Adventist and Auburn Girls High.

Home buyers can enjoy a one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment in Auburn Square for as low as $505,000, or a two bedroom unit for $600,000, well below the $730,000 median apartment price for Sydney. 

Also within a more than reasonable price range, three bedroom homes start at $837,000.

Jordan Fidler

Jordan Fidler

Jordan is a journalist at Urban.com.au. His focus is shining a spotlight on some of Australia's best apartment developments and their features

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