Dwyer offloads unit
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.
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