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Edgecliff is a small residential and commercial suburb located four kilometres east of Sydney's Central Business District. A relatively central suburb, surrounded by Double Bay, Woollahra, Paddington, Rushcutters Bay and Darling Point, Edgecliff is one of only three localities in the Eastern Suburbs to feature its own train station (the other two being Kings Cross and Bondi Junction).
Edgecliff, as the name suggests, sits topographically on a cliff edge, and while the rocky cliff it was named after was extensively quarried in the early days of European settlement, the lay of the land still stays true to its name, with the edge of the suburb descending quite steeply into Double Bay. Some of the suburb's earliest homes, erected in the late 19th century, were located where Ascham School now sits. Edgecliff railway station opened in 1979.
Edgecliff is a fairly small suburb, covering only 0.32 km2, and while its long and winding namesake road begins in the suburb, the majority of Edgecliff Road is actually located in Woollahra. Rushcutters Bay Park sits adjacent to Edgecliff's northwestern border, and Trumper Park lies parallel with the suburb's southwestern border.
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