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Rose Bay is a large harbourside suburb located seven kilometres east of Sydney's Central Business District. The bay on which it sits is one of the largest in Sydney Harbour, and while the suburb is primarily a residential one, the prestigious Royal Sydney Golf Club, as well as the public access Woollahra Golf Club, largely occupy Rose Bay’s central portion.
Rose Bay was named after joint Secretary to the British Treasury, the Right Honourable George Rose. Unlike other Sydney suburbs, most of which were named in the 19th century, the name Rose Bay was in use as early as 1788. From 1938, seaplane flights to and from London (with quite a few stopovers in between) took off and landed on Rose Bay, essentially making it Sydney's first international airport. While eventually superseded by Sydney's current (and far less picturesque) airport, Seaplane flights to Palm Beach and the Hawkesbury River still operate from Rose Bay. Two of Sydney's most prestigious girls schools were opened in Rose Bay in the 19th century: Kincoppal Rose-Bay (1882) and Kambala (1887).
New South Head Road, as it hairpins up towards Vaucluse, is known as "Heartbreak Hill" in the City2Surf due to its steep 2km incline. The panoramic views over Sydney Harbour at the top though are well worth the climb. Rose Bay Beach is popular among dog owners, and the streets nearby make up the suburb's main shopping strip, featuring the renowned Parisis Food Hall. Super slick waterfront dining establishments include Catalina and Regatta Rose Bay.
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