Whip out your crystal balls.. In case you missed it, the Sydney market is all but out of puff. I stopped buying there in early 2014 and moved my focus to Brisbane. Most folks have done likewise. Probably a very sensible course of action. However, I'm curious to know what regions (or suburbs) you think will buck the trend and continue to move along well ahead of the wider Sydney market over the next 4 years. I reckon Inner West and Eastern Suburbs will star performers, due predominantly to new transport/infrastructure projects and endless gentrification. The Lower North Shore is looking good for third spot. Drilling down a bit further, I'd put money along the Bankstown Train line (in particular Sydenham, Marrickville, Dulwich Hill, Hurlstone Park, Canterbury, Campsie) and those areas benefiting from recently completed Inner West Light Rail extension (which terminates at Dulwich Hill). And if the proposed South East Light Rail extension occurs Randwick, Kensington, Kingsford etc look pretty good too. I may be biased as I hold 3 apartments in Marrickville which are < 500m from the Dulwich Hill Light Rail. What do you think, and why?