Engadine’s housing ranges from compact bungalows to large family homes, mostly constructed from 1960 and throughout the 1990’s.
The Royal National Park provides residents of Engadine with unsurpassed access to a range of recreational opportunities, including walking, running, cycling, hiking, abseiling, rock climbing, horse riding and ocean swimming.
For a suburb so close to pristine bushland, Engadine also has a surprisingly large range of dining options. Cafés and restaurants offering take-away service are conveniently located in the shopping area near the station and in Engadine Central. Asian cuisine is well represented with a number of Chinese restaurants, and Thai, Indonesian and Japanese food is also on offer.
Engadine provides locals with a village shopping experience. The small commercial area around Engadine Station includes a post office, newsagent, chemist, grocery stores, video stores, supermarkets, butchers and bakeries. A larger shopping centre, Engadine Central, houses supermarkets, grocery stores and a number of specialty shops.