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ReDIY is helping DIY Sellers and Landlords throughout New South Wales to Sell and Rent their properties privately. ReDIY advertises Private Sales and Private Rentals, on Realestate.com.au, Domain.com.au and 8 other dedicated Real Estate sites for a one off low fee until sold or leased. We are here to give you the tools to Do It Yourself. We do not charge any extras, no commission, no let fee, no management fee, just the one low cost, to advertise, your property.

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History of New South Wales


In 1770 Lieutenant (later Captain) James Cook, in command of the HMS Endeavour, sailed along the east coast of Australia, becoming the first known Europeans to do so. On 19 April 1770, the crew of the Endeavour sighted the east coast of Australia and ten days later landed at a bay in what is now southern Sydney. The ship's naturalist, Sir Joseph Banks, was so impressed by the volume of flora and fauna hitherto unknown to European science, that Cook named the inlet Botany Bay.

The British claim remained theoretical until January 1788, when Arthur Phillip arrived with the First Fleet to found a convict settlement at what is now Sydney. The First Fleet of 11 vessels carried over a thousand settlers, including 778 convicts (192 women and 586 men). A few days after arrival at Botany Bay the fleet moved to the more suitable Port Jackson where Phillip established a settlement at the place he named Sydney Cove (in honour of the Secretary of State, Lord Sydney) on 26 January 1788. This date later became Australia's national day, Australia Day. The colony was formally proclaimed by Governor Phillip on 7 February 1788 at Sydney. Sydney Cove offered a fresh water supply and a safe harbour, which Phillip famously described as: "being without exception the finest Harbour in the World."
The most populated places in New South Wales are, Sydney, Newcastle, Central Coast, Wollongong,,Maitland, Tweed Heads, Wagga Wagga,:Albury, Coffs Harbour, Port Macquarie.

Palm Beach in Sydney's Northern Beaches district has been used as the location for Summer Bay since 1988. The exterior scenes are filmed mainly at Palm Beach, while the interior scenes are filmed at the Australian Technology Park in Redfern. Home and Away has been sold to over eighty countries around the world

Capital City Household Price Performance


Capital City Household Price Performance

Why invest and live in New South Wales


Sydney is the dominant market in New South Wales and the highest priced market in Australia. The highest priced sale of 2017 was $71 million at Point Piper in Sydney compared to the highest sale price in 2012 being $20 million in Palm Beach in Sydney. This is a good indication of the change in prices, over the past 5 years. The median house price in Sydney prices fell by 1.3 per cent over the last quarter, September to November, 2017 but is still the most expensive property market by far, with a median price of about $904,000. Centres such as Parramatta that are spending big on infrastructure should be researched.

The boom in property prices has forced buyers to look at regional centres where major infrastructure projects are planned or in the works. Newcastle, Wollongong, Southern Highlands, The Central Coast and the Blue Mountains should also be researched. They have great transport links, infrastructure and employment opportunities.

Gladys Berejiklian

Gladys Berejiklian
Premier of New South Wales

Bondi Beach New South Wales
Sydney Foreshore New South Wales

Areas and Towns of New South Wales


Things to do in New South Wales


The Sydney Opera House

The Sydney Opera House

Amazing surf beaches along the coastline

Amazing surf beaches along the coastline

Fine Dining and Cultural Venues

Fine Dining and Cultural Venues

Outback Pub

Outback Pub

the-beautiful-blue-mountains

The Beautiful Blue Mountains

Visit The Big Banana

Visit The Big Banana

House Styles in New South Wales


Architectural styles throughout New South Wales, and Sydney in particular. have varied over the years.

Some of the older styles are:
The Arts and Crafts style came out of a movement to get away from mass-production and rediscover the human touch and the hand-made. The architectural style was characterised by rough-cast walls, shingles, faceted bay windows, stone bases, tall chimneys, high-pitched roofs and overhanging eaves. It was widely used in Australia during the Federation period. The federation bungalow style was usually a single-storey house with a prominent veranda, especially with the roof covering the veranda. It is seen as a transition phase between the Federation period and the California bungalow.
The Californian Bungalow. 1915–1940 This style can almost instantly be recognised by the columns holding up a front veranda area. The name is almost self-explanatory: bungalow, a rugged type of home. This led to the belief that picket fences looked appropriate at the front fence, although originally they were not used. Darker colours were originally used but, as the years went by, new brighter paint served as a welcoming change to open up the spaces and brighten up the homes. Stone, brick and timber, earthy materials were used. A gable roof faced either the front or side always.
1915–1940 The Old English style involved a certain nostalgia for English ways, and tended to draw on Tudor and such-like English styles harking back vaguely to the days of Henry VIII. It had a certain appeal for what was still a predominantly Anglo-Saxon population at the time.
International Style. The Rose Seidler House built by Harry Seidler for his parents between 1948 and 1950 in Sydney incorporated Modernist features of open planning, a minimal colour scheme, and labour saving devices that were new to Australia at the time. The house won the Sir John Sulman Medal in 1951 and is today preserved as a museum as a very influential house. The houses were typically narrow, linear, and single storey with a low pitched gable roof. They had exposed rafters and wide eaves. Walls were generally bagged or painted brick and windows were large areas of glass with regularly spaced timber mullions.

The original fisherman's cottage was built in many coastal towns between the 1930s and 1950s. It was originally a simple timber framed structure of one or two rooms and a verandah which was clad with asbestos sheeting. The floors were generally raised on piles. The verandah sometimes had handsome wooden balustrade that was sometimes enclosed to make an additional room or sleep-out. Timber detail around windows and gables were often painted- cheery red being one of the most popular traditional colours.
Outside of Sydney in New South Wales, Newcastle has a fine collection of 1890s terraces. Almost all of them be found in a conservation area just east of the central business district on The Terrace, Wolfe Street, Tyrell Street, Bull Street and Watts Street, including Buchanans Terrace (c1890). Surprisingly, the Western New South Wales city of Dubbo has examples of Victorian terraces and semi-detached houses close to the city centre, mostly in the Darling Street area.

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