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Balmain Easts is a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Balmain Easts is approximately located 4.9 kilometers northwest of the Sydney central business district, located 15.5km Northwest to Sydney International Airport.

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It is situated on the eastern end of the Balmain peninsula in Sydney Harbour, Balmain East shares a boundary with the suburb of Balmain to the west. The postcode 2041 covers the suburbs of Balmain, Balmain East, and Birchgrove. The area now known as Balmain East was part of a 550 acre (2.2 km2) grant to colonial surgeon Dr. William Balmain (1762–1803) made in 1800 by Governor John Hunter. Balmain was first settled in 1836 and by 1861 had been divided into the well-populated eastern areas of Balmain and the sparsely populated western area, extending to the gates of Callan Park.
The small peninsula that jutted out from the main Balmain Peninsula, along which the main artery road Darling Street ran, was known to locals for decades as either “East Balmain” or “The East End” and generally encompassed the area east of Hart St and Balmain Bowling Club. This dividing boundary was originally a natural swamp that was reclaimed early the early 19th century. Whilst the area was almost always referred to as East Balmain by locals, it was still generally regarded as just a name for the eastern peninsula of the suburb, similarly in that Birchgrove was the name given to the area of Balmain that encompassed Snails Bay. Balmain East ferry wharf, upgraded in 2015, provides access to the Cross Harbour ferry services, with ferry services to Barangaroo, Circular Quay, and Darling Harbour. Two bus services leave from Balmain East, the 442, which is a service from Balmain East to the Queen Victoria Building, and the 445, which is a service that terminates at Campsie and runs through the suburbs of Balmain, Rozelle, Leichhardt, Petersham, and Campsie via Leichhardt Marketplace.

According to the 2016 census, there were 1,932 residents in Balmain East. 63.5% of people were born in Australia. The next most common country of birth was England at 8.9%. 79.8% of people only spoke English at home. The most common responses for religious affiliation were No Religion 40.7%, Catholic 22.5%, and Anglican 13.2%. Balmain East’s population is typically wealthier than the average, with a median weekly household income of $2,485, compared with $1,438 in Australia. The most common types of occupation for employed persons were Professionals (44.2%), Managers (24.3%), and Clerical and Administrative Workers (10.0%). 65.2% of the suburb’s occupied private dwellings were family households and 31.1% were lone person households.

 

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