Woollahra is a suburb in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, located 5 kilometres east of the Sydney central business district. Woollahra is famous for its quiet, tree-lined residential streets and village-style shopping centre.
Among the cafes and restaurants are a number of antique shops and art galleries. The suburb is also the location of many government consulates, including Serbia, Poland, Germany, Russia and Turkey.
Woollahra is an extremely affluent suburb close to the city and has a wide range of picturesque homes, mostly in various Victorian styles. Moncur Street and Queen Street are particularly affluent areas, with a mixture of residential and commercial buildings and an extraordinarily high number of heritage-listed buildings. High-rise development has been avoided, maintaining the heritage character of the suburb.
Rushcutters Self-Storage is the only facility servicing this area’s residents.