Pindari, Randwick
Award-winning elegance

68-76 Wentworth Street, Randwick, Sydney, NSW

  • 65

    Units And Townhouses

  • 2010

    Year Completed

  • 8,041sqm

    Site Area

Situated in North Randwick on the edge of Centennial Park, this multi-award-winning development holds national significance, breaking new ground in every stage of the development process. A stunning feat of architectural design, Pindari balances the relaxed lifestyle of coastal luxury and neighbourhood amenity.

Translating to “high ground” in the indigenous language, Pindari’s design was inspired by its tranquil setting. The masterplan nestles residences among 50 soaring gums and established native trees in the on-site gardens. Beautiful natural finishes, including sandstone, marble and cantilevered marine ply eaves, seamlessly reflect and blend the light of the outdoors into every aspect of the site.

Internationally-recognised for excellence, Pindari is an exemplar in quality amenity, planning and materiality. Robust and timeless materials minimize maintenance and enhance durability of the property development, allowing the building to age well over time.

Previously owned by the University of NSW, EG successfully pioneered a comprehensive zoning classification for the site in 2000. In 2002, a masterplan design was completed by architects, Candalepas Associates, in conjunction with various other consultants. Pindari was officially opened by former NSW Premier, Bob Carr in 2006.

Pindari is a short stroll from Randwick Village, Centennial Park and Randwick Racecourse. With the new light rail infrastructure just a 10 min walk away, residents are well-connected to Australia’s largest, oldest and most exciting CBD, Sydney.

  • Winner

    Australian Institute of Architects - National Architecture Award Multiple Housing, 2009

  • Winner

    Australian Institute of Architects NSW - Architecture Award Multi-Unit Residential, 2009

  • Winner

    Australian Institute of Architects NSW - Architecture Award Multi-Unit Residential, 2006