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Suburb Profile- Cromer

By Lachelle Ferguson

Cromer is a suburb of northern Sydney, located 20 kilometres north-east of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of Warringah Council and is part of the Northern Beaches region, being only a few minutes drive to the beautiful beaches.

Cromer is named after the small town of Cromer, in East Anglia, England. The area had been known as Dee Why West but it was changed after Dee Why Golf Links was taken over by the Cromer Country Club in 1940.Permission was granted to the club to have the area’s name changed to Cromer and a new suburb created.
Cromer is home to two government run schools: Cromer Public School (K-6), and the Northern Beaches Secondary College Cromer Campus (7-12).

Warringah archers, located next to the Cromer High school, is a long standing archery club that hosts tournaments for archers from all over Sydney.

If you want to learn more about this great part of the world, talk to Ray White Narraweena and its principal Michael Ferguson.

The most recent median house price for Cromer is $835,700 and the median unit price is $528,000.


Number of houses/units2801/1383

House/unit sales – last 12 months92/17

Highest price paid – last 12 months$1,546,000

Lowest price paid – last 12 months$290,000

*Based on sales reported to Australian Property Monitors

If you are thinking of buying or selling in Cromer please contact us to understand how the real estate market is tracking in Cromer.

We welcome the opportuntiy to provide you with a free, no obligation Sale or Rental Appraisal.

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