LLT Accountants Serving Bondi Junction
“All accountants are similar.” We beg to defer. Like in all service industry, service levels vary among practitioners. At LLT Accountants, we place service at the forefront of our practice. We serve individuals, businesses, companies, trusts and SMSFs a wide range of services. These include business advisory, tax planning/advice, accounting/bookkeeping, auditing, financial statement preparation, budgeting, GST advice & BAS preparation, SMS setup and company incorporation services. Make an appointment with our CPA (certified practising accountant) or CA (chartered accountant) partner for a chat. Contact us today for a free consultation.
Bondi Junction History
Bondi Junction is located 6 kilometres east of the Sydney Central Business District. Established in 1854, it is part of the local government area of the Waverley. Since the late 20th century, Bondi Junction has developed into a major entertainment and commercial centre. Bondi Junction is neighbour to the famous Bondi Beach.
Bondi Junction’s population is about 8,660 of which 43.6% were born in Australia. The rest are made up of migrants from England (6%), Ireland (4%), New Zealand (3%), South Africa (2%) and China (1.6%). The median age of suburb is 35 years. The age distribution are: residents below 14 years (13%), 25 to 35 years (26%), 36 to 45 years (16%), 46 to 55 years (11%) and above 55 years (24%).
The median weekly income is $911 for individuals and $2,250 for families. The main occupations in Bondi Junction are Professionals (37%), Managers (16%), Clerical & Administrative workers (13%), Community & Service workers (10%) and Technicians & Trade workers (9%).
Residents travel by cars, buses and train for work. The suburb is well connected by road and rail to the city. The Bondi Junction railway station is an underground station and the bus interchange is above the station, at ground level.
Centres of Commerce
There are many shopping areas in Bondi Junction which include Grace Bros (Myer), Tiffany Plaza shopping centre and Westfield shopping centre. Bondi Junction is the fifth largest business district after Sydney CBD, North Sydney, Parramatta and Chatswood. Commercial areas are concentrated at several office buildings in central Bondi Junction. Among them is a 14-floor office tower opened in 1968 which is the largest commercial development outside CBD at that time.
The occupied accommodation comprises 10.2% of detached houses, 27.4% of semi-detached and terrace houses and 61.3% of flats, units and apartments.
Median house price $1.43m $730,000
Median weekly rent $900 $630
Rental yield 3.3% 4.5%