Suburb Profiles

East Lindfield

Located on Sydney’s Upper North Shore, the leafy exclusive suburb of Lindfield is 13 kilometres north-west of Sydney’s CBD and situated in the Ku-Ring-Gai municipality. Lindfield has a rich history with its residential architecture, being predominantly of Californian bungalow and Federation-style and constructed in double brick and tile. The native bushland of Garigal National Park and Lane Cove National Park bordering the suburb makes for tranquil and pleasant surroundings. Lindfield contains several exclusive private and public schools - Lindfield Public School, Lindfield East Primary School, Newington College Preparatory School, Holy Family Catholic Primary School and the Masada College.... View More »

Gordon

The leafy upper north shore suburb of Gordon is just 15km north of the CBD and is close to shopping complexes, cafes and restaurants, golf courses, public transport, parklands, and schools. Gordon is located on the Pacific Highway, a major transport artery, and the intersection of Ryde and Mona Vale Roads, which form a link between the northern beaches, Homebush Bay and the St George District and Sutherland Shire. Gordon Station is on the North Shore Line of the CityRail network and there is a bus terminal for various routes including those to St Ives, West Pymble, Mona Vale/Warriewood and Macquarie... View More »

Killara

Set amongst peaceful and natural bushland, Killara is an affluent, upper-middle class suburb situated on the Upper North Shore of Sydney just 15 kilometres north of the CBD. This prestigious and popular suburb boasts a mix of elegant period style architecture and turn of the century homes set on large blocks of land, many with tennis courts and swimming pools. Killara Station is on the North Shore Line of the City Rail network, while local bus services along Pacific Highway offers efficient transport to and from the CBD and outer Sydney suburbs. Several prestigious private schools are located in close proximity including Ravenswood... View More »

Lindfield

Located on Sydney’s Upper North Shore, the leafy exclusive suburb of Lindfield is 13 kilometres north-west of Sydney’s CBD and situated in the Ku-Ring-Gai municipality. Lindfield has a rich history with its residential architecture, being predominantly of Californian bungalow and Federation-style and constructed in double brick and tile. The native bushland of Garigal National Park and Lane Cove National Park bordering the suburb makes for tranquil and pleasant surroundings. Lindfield contains several exclusive private and public schools - Lindfield Public School, Lindfield East Primary School, Newington College Preparatory School, Holy Family Catholic Primary School and the Masada College.... View More »

Roseville

Located in Sydney’s desirable upper North Shore and just 12km north west of Sydney’s CBD is the leafy suburb of Roseville. Renowned for its prestige properties and tree-lined streets, Roseville is surrounded by the waterways of Middle Harbour and Moores Creek and bounded to the west by Lane Cove National Park. Roseville is mostly residential with predominantly Federation and Californian bungalow architectural styles and property prices considerably higher than the Sydney average. In recent years, some of the older style of homes have been demolished and replaced with new development properties. Roseville Railway Station is conveniently located on the North Shore Line... View More »

Turramurra

Situated on the leafy North Shore just 17 kilometers from Sydney Central Business District is a 6 square kilometer area known as Turramurra.  An aboriginal word meaning ‘high hill’ the name Turramurra was adopted in 1890 when the local railway station was built. The railway station provides easy access to city via train and Shorelink buses run services to local residential streets. With both a local IGA and Coles supermarket, shopping for the necessities is an ease.  You will also find the wide array of shops in Turramurra village both enjoyable and convenient.  There are many nice restaurants and eateries to be... View More »

Wahroonga

Established in 1822 and aptly named “Wahroonga” being an Aboriginal name meaning ‘our home’, Wahroonga is considered by locals to be the ‘Gem’ of the Upper North Shore. Covering an area of 8.2 square kilometers Wahroonga is just 22 km’s from Sydney’s central business district.  The established tree lined streets create a sense of nobility whilst the houses, mostly situated on large parcels of land are typically warm family homes. Wahroonga is home to 16,700 people, consisting of 4,450 families sharing 5874 private dwellings.  Serviced by both Wahroonga and Warrawee train stations, access to the city effortless.  Shorelink buses also service local... View More »