What are Sydney’s Major Business Districts?
A Quick Guide to Sydney’s Major Business Districts
Australia boasts of over a decade of continued economic growth and it is a hub for international business. As Australia’s financial capital, the city of Sydney is visited by a large number of domestic and international business travellers every year and is the hub for many domestic businesses. With a solid business background, the city boasts a number of growing industries. For those of you planning to apply for skilled migration to Australia, this is one of the best cities to find permanent and contract work. In this article, we summarise some of Sydney’s top Business districts, helping you get to know some of the key areas, you should be researching before you emigrate to Australia.
Sydney Central Business District (CBD)
Sydney is Australia’s largest and arguably, the most famous city. It’s home to the iconic Palm Beach (aka Summer Bay) and of course, Bondi Beach. But Sydney is much more than beaches, it’s iconic buildings include the World famous Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge and of the Sydney Tower Eye. Jam-packed among all of this, you’ll find a bustling nightlife scene, world-class restaurants and of course, some of the top businesses in the world. Sydney’s CBD stretches from Central Station all the way to the Circular Quay and The Rocks which all come with stunning views of Sydney Harbour, a landmark that is considered to be one of the most photographed locations in the world.
Sydney’s CBD is a great place to find work and much like London’s city or New York’s Manhattan, this city is on the career path target list of millions of aspiring business folk, entrepreneurs, trade workers, teachers and healthcare professionals. A booming business district provides a great pathway for all levels of skilled migrants to see the dream of a succesful career and good work-life balance come true.
Key streets in Sydney CBD include; George Street, Pitt Street, Clarence Street, Martin Place, The Core, Western Corridor, Midtown and South Precinct.
Chatswood is located 8km from the Sydney CBD. It is a prominent business hub in the district. The top of the line transportation system in Chatswood is one of the other reasons for its prominence as a business center. Victoria Avenue spreads from the north to the south of Chatswood and is the core of the transportation system. Chatswood is mostly renowned as a major shopping destination, attracting close to 15 million shoppers annually, which of course brings plenty of employment opportunities. Chatswood’s major shopping centres are Chatswood Chase and Westfield Chatswood, as well the surrounding streets and shops. Chatswood also has plenty of entertainment spots such as restaurants, hotels, cafes, and bars and is a popular place to live.
The Eastern Suburbs in Sydney is a developing hub for Media Agencies, Public Relations Agencies, Digital Marketing Agencies, and entrepreneurs who are seeking co-working spaces, quirky offices, meeting rooms with the world’s best coffee and the opportunity to network with like-minded creative types. Surry Hills is Sydney’s answer to London’s Soho or Manchester’s MediaCity and the place where great campaigns are made. If you’re looking for a career opportunity in the media world, make sure you add the Eastern Suburbs to your research list.
Business Venues in Sydney
Sydney Olympic Park is located on the West of Sydney’s CBD. It was built during the Sydney Olympic Games in 2000 but since then it has become an impressive venue for various business, sporting, educational and many more conferences, meetings and other events.
Check back soon for our exploration of Sydney’s North Shore and Inner West.