Welcome to the world of luxury in Australian real estate! These are our top 10 picks of the most stunning homes available for rent in January!

Let’s look at some of the most expensive rental properties in Australia this month. Why not check out our collection from December while you’re here?

4/23 The Strand, Dee Why, NSW 2099

5 🛏️ 5 🛀 2 🚗

For rent at $6,000 week through NU Management – Potts Point

Interesting features: Private elevated penthouse, open plan kitchen with cool room, incredible views, boat storage and large pool with beachside view.

In January, the median rent in Dee Why was $995/week.

9/63 Fletcher Street, Tamarama, NSW 2026

3 🛏️ 3 🛀 2 🚗

For rent at $5,500/week through The Property Edit – Woollahra

Interesting features: North facing sub-penthouse, ocean views over Tamarama to Bondi, wine cellar and entertainers terrace with stunning views.

In January, the median rent in Tamarama was $2,747/week.

Address available on request, Dover Heights, NSW 2030

5 🛏️ 4 🛀 1 🚗

For rent at $5,000/week through Bondi Beach International Agency – Surry Hill.

Interesting features: Spectacular views, short walk to Bondi beach, garage and off street parking and a studio space with kitchen and bathroom.

In January the median rent in Dover Heights was $2,300/week.

1660 Riverdale Drive, Hope Island, Qld 4212

7 🛏️ 7 🛀 3 🚗

For rent at $4,500/week through Option Property – Biggera Waters.

Interesting features: Rare waterfront block, tropical outdoor oasis with heated pool, championship size tennis court and seven bedrooms across two dwellings on the property.

In January, the median rent in Hope Island was $1000/week.

32 Midshipman Court, Paradise Waters, Qld 4217

5 🛏️ 5 🛀 7 🚗

For rent at $5,500/week through Amir Prestige Group – South Port

Interesting features: 41 meters of breathtaking water frontage views, three level home with lift, cinema and home office with seperate private entrance.

In January, the median rent in Paradise Waters was $1,200/week.

143 Tahiti Avenue, Palm Beach, Qld 4221

4 🛏️ 2 🛀 4 🚗

For rent at $3,000/week through Harcourts Coastal – Broadbeach

Interesting features: This luxurious residence features sweeping curves, sharp lines and beautiful raw materials to make it truly unique. From a designer kitchen to the salt water plunge pool, you’ll find every area of this home has been beautifully thought out.

In January, the median rent in Palm Beach was $1,000/week.

218 Bulwara Road, Ultimo, NSW 2007

3 🛏️ 3 🛀 3 🚗

For rent at $3,000/week through Property Alchemy – Berowra

Interesting features: This is a truly rare 3×3 warehouse conversion that is a stones throw away from Pyrmont. Offering luxury finishes including electronic lighting and windows, this spacious residence is the ultimate in warehouse style living.

In January, the median rent in Ultimo was $950/week.

32 Carlotta Road, Double Bay, NSW 2028

4 🛏️ 3 🛀 2 🚗

For rent at $7,500/week through Khoury & Partners – Parramatta

Interesting features: This luxurious architectural residence is set against stunning gardens designed by Sophie Baldwin Design. Features of this home include a gym, wine cellar and heated pool – all within the fantastic offerings of the Double Bay locale.

In January, the median rent in Double Bay was $2,750/week.

59 Pymble Avenue, Pymble, NSW 2073

7 🛏️ 4 🛀 4 🚗

For rent at $7,500/week through The Property Business

Interesting features: This luxurious residence is bathed in natural light and features multiple living spaces, a chefs kitchen stunning outdoor areas connecting the outside of the home in.

In January, the median rent in Pymble was $1,400/week.

65 Lower Fort Street, Millers Point, NSW 2000

4 🛏️ 3 🛀 2 🚗

For rent at $3,250/week through McGrath Millers Point – Sydney

Interesting features: This luxurious residence is a leisurely stroll from the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House. Featuring four bedrooms and two bathrooms, this is terrace home is the perfect blend of modern comfort and classic charm with plenty of space for a family.

In January, the median rent in Millers Point was $950/week.

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