Prince of Wales Hospital
Royal Hospital for Women
Sydney Children's Hospital
Accommodation overviewOur three Randwick boutique properties are located in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, 7 km from the Sydney CBD, 8 km from Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport and only 2 km from Coogee Beach.
Choose between the fresh and stylish rooms at Avoca Lodge, the modern and corporate vibe of Perouse Lodge or the boutique heritage feeling of High Cross Park Lodge.
Our properties in Randwick are easily accessible by taxi and by bus. For the Sydney CBD, Randwick is serviced by the 373, 377 and 376 bus routes. The 372 bus route operates between Randwick and Central Station.
For Bondi Junction, you can catch the 314, 316 & 317 bus routes from Randwick.
About the areaRandwick is a trendy, vibrant suburb, and the perfect base to explore the Eastern Suburbs and beaches of Sydney. Coogee Beach and Clovelly Beach are both under 10 minutes away, and Bondi Beach is only 20 minutes away.
Sharing a border with Randwick, Centennial Park is a popular recreational park. The park features many BBQ and picnic areas, as well as picturesque ponds and gardens. The area is also home to the Royal Randwick Racecourse, which hosts the autumn and spring horseracing carnivals.
The Spot (the centre randwick), at the intersection of Perouse Road and St Pauls Street, is a lively collection of cafes, restaurants and shops, as well as the famous Ritz Cinema. The Ritz Cinema is a beautiful 1930’s art deco heritage building, with cinemas and an upstairs balcony bar.
From our Randwick accommodation you can easily visit The Prince of Wales Hospital (POW), Prince of Wales Private Hospital, Sydney Children’s Hospital, Royal Woman’s Hospital and The University of New South Wales (UNSW), which are all within walking distance from all Sydney Lodges properties.
HistoryAfter the Sydney CBD, Randwick is the second oldest municipality in Sydney. It is named after the village of Randwick, in Gloucestershire, England, the birthplace of the first Mayor of Randwick Simeon Henry Pearce. Pearce and his brother were responsible for much of the development of Randwick, after migrating to Australia in 1842.
The area has many notable heritage buildings and landmarks, including St Jude’s Church, built in 1865, and the adjoining cemetery established in 1843. Others include Ventnor, the historic home of early politician George Kiss, built circa 1870, and Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church, built in 1888.
If you’d like even more information on our vibrant suburb, check out the helpful local council website.