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The Sydney Roosters is a professional rugby league football club based in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney, Australia. The club competes in the National Rugby League and is one of the most successful clubs in Australian rugby league history, having won twelve New South Wales Rugby League and National Rugby League titles, and several other competitions. Only the South Sydney Rabbitohs and the St. George Dragons have won more premierships. The club holds the records for longest winning streak, the biggest scoring margin in a grand final (8 tries, 7 goals) and the second greatest margin of victory in Australian rugby league history. The Roosters is the only team to have played in each and every season at the elite level.

The club was founded in 1908 in Paddington, Sydney, under the name Eastern Suburbs; in 1995 the name was changed to the Sydney City Roosters and, in 2000, to simply the Sydney Roosters. The Bondi Junction and Moore Park-based Roosters have a long-standing and fierce rivalry with other Sydney-based clubs, especially the Rabbitohs, a fellow foundation club based in neighbouring Redfern. (Credit: Wikipedia)

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Eastern Suburbs

The Eastern Suburbs is a general term used to describe the metropolitan area directly to the east and south-east of the Sydney central business district in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Eastern Suburbs can refer to the suburbs within the local government areas of Woollahra, Waverley, Randwick and part of the City of Sydney. The Australian Bureau of Statistics' "Eastern Suburbs Statistical Subdivision" includes only the Woolahra, Waverley and Randwick LGAs. According to the 2006 Census, the region's population is 230,757.
The Eastern Suburbs of Sydney extends from the peninsula of South Head at Watsons Bay in the north to La Perouse in the South.

Demographics

Demographically, the northern part is home to a large proportion of Sydney's Jewish ethne. The southern parts around Randwick, Kingsford and Maroubra have a large percentage of residents with Greek, Indonesian and Chinese backgrounds.

Housing

The region is marked by the predominance of medium and high density housing.
The northern part features affluent suburbs such as Vaucluse, Rose Bay, Darling Point Dover Heights, Double Bay, Point Piper, Woollahra, Watsons Bay, Potts Point, Rushcutters Bay, Elizabeth Bay and Bellevue Hill.

South of these suburbs is Bondi Junction, Bondi, Bronte, Tamarama, Queens Park, Clovelly, Coogee, Randwick and Kensington.

To the west of Bondi Junction, suburbs are described as "Inner-City" and include Centennial Park, Paddington, Darlinghurst, Moore Park and the Kings Cross locality. These suburbs were originally working class but have been gentrified since the 1980s. The landscape in these areas is dominated by overhanging trees and renovated terrace houses.

Further south, the area is also known as "South-Eastern Sydney" and is more middle and working class. It includes suburbs such as South Coogee, Maroubra, Malabar, Little Bay and La Perouse.

Landmarks

The largest commercial areas in the Eastern Suburbs are found at Bondi Junction, North Randwick, Maroubra and Double Bay.

The Eastern Suburbs includes some of Sydney's well-known beaches such as Bondi Beach, Bronte Beach and Maroubra Beach.

The University of New South Wales is one of Australia’s leading universities located in Kensington. (Credit: Wikipedia)

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