LLT Accountants Serving Cammeray

Often business performance stray from its desired path. Taking pre-emptive steps is always wiser than doing damage control later. Let LLT Accountants flag for you any early warning sign. We specialise in business rescue, advisory, monitoring and coaching. We also serve individuals, SMSFs (self-managed superannuation funds) and trusts, and no assignment is considered small. We provide tax planning/advice, accounting/bookkeeping, financial statement preparation, budgeting, GST advice & BAS preparation, restructuring, SMSF audit and company incorporation services, among others If you are being tax audited, do drop in our office for a chat. Speak with any of our CPA (certified practising accountant) or CA (chartered accountant) partner to find out more. Contact us today for a free consultation.

Cammeray History

Situated on the lower North Shore of Sydney, Cammeray is about 5 kilometres north of the Sydney central business district. It derived its name from an aboriginal tribe who was native to North Sydney. In the early days, Cammeray was well known for its sandstone quarry from which sandstone blocks were produced for the construction of many first buildings in Sydney CBD.

Demographics

Cammeray has a population of about 6,784 people of which 62.5% were born in Australia. The ancestries of residents were mainly from England, New Zealand and South Africa. The median age of the population is 37 years with the young (below 14 years) constituting 15% and the older people (aged 65 and above) making up 11%.
The occupations of residents were mainly professionals (40%), managers (21%), clerical and administrative workers (16%) and sales & service workers (13%). The median income is $1,187 for individuals and $2,749 for families.

Transport

Cammeray is served by buses to Sydney CBD via the Warringah Freeway. There are also bus services to North Sydney, Milsons Point and Crow Nest. The long Gully Bridge, built in the 20th century is a vital link to the suburbs north of Cammeray. The nearby St Leonards train station provides residents access to the railway network. Many residents also prefer to drive.

Centres of Commerce

Cammeray has a variety of Chinese, Thai and Italian restaurants that line along on Miller Street. The Green Park shopping area is a main shopping precinct. Other small businesses can be found around the village of Cammeray such as cafes, the local post office, petrol station, dentist and jewelers.

Housing Profile

In Cammeray, about 278% of total dwellings are detached houses, 13% are semi-detached and terrace houses and 59% are flats, units, apartments.


                                                                                             Houses                    Units
                                  Median house price                        $1.56m                    $728,000
                                  Median weekly rent                         $895                        $580
                                  Rental yield                                       3.0%                        4.1%