Dwyer off­loads unit

The Weekend Australian - - MANSION -

For­mer Wal­la­bies coach and Rugby World Cup win­ner Bob Dwyer and his wife, Ruth, have listed their Cen­ten­nial Park apart­ment with Ray White Bondi Junc­tion with an ask­ing price of $720,000. The Dwyer’s have owned the one-bed­room and one-bath­room apart­ment in the Cook Road tower block for about five years but are spend­ing more time in the South­ern High­lands, south of Syd­ney. “We are com­ing to Syd­ney less and less, and we thought it was not re­ally a good use of the money,” says Bob Dwyer. “When­ever we are in Syd­ney we stay at the apart­ment and that’s about once ev­ery three weeks. It used to be once a week, so it’s not a sen­si­ble use of money.” The Dwyers bought their Bowral home in Kan­ga­loon Road about two years ago. Dwyer coached Syd­ney club Rand­wick to four Syd­ney Cham­pi­onship wins be­fore be­com­ing the Wal­la­bies coach in the early 80s. In 1991 his Wal­la­bies were vic­to­ri­ous in the Rugby World Cup. Ray White Bondi Junc­tion and Rand­wick prin­ci­pal Belinda Cleme­sha is han­dling the mar­ket­ing.

EMER­ALD CITY LISA ALLEN

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