Situated in Canberra's south, Wanniassa is one of Canberra's gems. Bordering the suburbs of Kambah, Greenway and Monash, with easy access to the Parkway it is ideally located.
Nature is abundant and 70s-style homes are nestled on well-sized blocks. The suburb is named after Wanayasa in West Java, Indonesia, and keeping with ACT tradition, each of the streets share the namesake with politicians.
Wanniassa's main hub of Erindale is one of the south side's most bustling areas. The Erindale Centre is a designated group centre that is home to an array of restaurants and shops.
Allhomes' Postcodes series explores the best of Wanniassa.
Erindale Vikings is undergoing a refurbishment with an emphasis on refreshing the interior to establish a more modern and up-to-date facade. Along with this it is opening a number of new restaurants, including The Cookery, which opened back in October.
The Cookery is your typical club meal with a sophisticated twist, the menu even recommends beer matches. The Wagyu beef burger is mouth-wateringly good.
The Cookery is one of the latest additions to Erindale Vikings.Photo: Tim Bean
Joe's Thai is one of Canberra's best Thai restaurants. Its speciality, Thai snapper with your choice of topping, is definitely best shared, alongside the stuffed eggplant and crispy prawns with five spices.
The cupcakes and pies are highly regarded. Located in Erindale Shopping Centre next to Woolworths, it's a great place to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Erindale Cakery Bakery owners Clinton Sheehan and Shubana Krishnakumar. Photo: Supplied
Erindale Theatre attracts everything from big national productions to local school concerts - every week these is something new. The intimate theatre has a fantastic atmosphere and no matter where you sit you are met with a great view.
There are many walking trails in the 286-hectare nature reserve that offers fabulous views of south Canberra. It's the perfect weekend activity.
This nifty store is an outlet for Australian small businesses to showcase various products. The store exclusively stocks handmade, Australian products from small business owners, ultimately it acts as a market. It sells items such as coffee scrubs, tea, honey, candles and maternity activewear.
6 Morey Place is set amongst abundant greenery.Photo: Dale Wowk
Set in a quiet cul-de-sac among abundant greenery this contemporary residence is characterised by its stylish colour scheme, modern renovations and generous, low-maintenance grounds. It's perfect for a family who love entertaining, evident in the open-plan living and the large covered deck. The modern kitchen is the highlight of the home.
Price: $500,000 +
Agent: Robert Peaker & Rick Dickson, Peter Blackshaw Real Estate Tuggerangong, 0412 208 353 & 0419 208 353
2b Dyer Place is one of Wanniassa's newest homes. Photo: One Agency Kippax
A house and land package due to be completed in April 2018, this Wanniassa home is the newest house in the south side suburb. The four-bedroom home is in an ideal location within walking distance of the Wanniassa shops. Features include a double garage with internal access, ensuite and open-plan living.
Agent: Steve Lowe, One Agency Kippax, 0414 720 532
66 Longmore Crescent is filled with functional features. Photo: McCann Properties
This Wanniassa listing is sure to excite. The four-bedroom family home is filled with modern inclusions, with large welcoming living areas and a refreshing atmosphere enhanced through abundant light. It is filled with functional inclusions from the keyless entry, feature fireplace, solar panels and evaporative cooling.
Auction: Saturday, February 3, 11am
Agents: Mark McCann and Stevie Bell, McCann Properties, 0423 900 640 & 0402 184 410