Suburb Profiles


Mount Kuringai


Mount Kuring gai located 31 Km from Sydney CBDKu-ring-gai is he anglicised name for " Guringai" the indigenous people of the Sydney Clan.The Railway station opened in October 1901 and named Kuring-gai the Mount was added in 1904The Post Office opened in 1908 without the Mount and was changed in 1933 to Mount Kuring-gai.The Public School was opened in 1957Population was 1,708 at the 2016 Census

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Waitara


Population 5,941 as of the 2016 Census, 23km to the Sydney CBD. Waitara is a Maori word that means " Hail, pure water, wide steps" The railway station opened in 1895, the post office opened in 1913 and closed in 1986. the Waitara East Post office opened in 1966 and closed in 1994.

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Wahroonga


Wahroonga is an affluent suburb in the Upper North Shore of Sydney.Population 17,371 as of the 2016 Census, 8.2 sqkm, 22 km north west of the Sydney CBD.Wahroonga is an aboriginal name meaning " Our Home" and was first colonised in 1822.

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Warrawee


Population 2,995 as of the 2016 Census, area 1.3 sqkms, established in the early 1800's, 21 Kms from Sydney CBDWarrawee is an aboriginal word meaning " Rest a while, stop here, or to stand"

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Pymble


Pymble is on the Upper North shore and has a population of 11,051 as of the 2016 Census.It was established in 1823 and has an area of 6.51 sqkm, It is 16km from the Sydney CBD

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Berowra Heights


Berowra Heights is located 39km north of the Sydney CBD and is part of the North Shore region. This family friendly suburb is in a district that is popular for its many sports clubs, ovals, parks, playgrounds and tennis courts. Berowra Heights hosts two of the district's four primary schools, being: Wideview Primary School and St Bernard's Catholic Primary School.   Berowra Heights has two shopping centres. One houses and IGA supermarket, the other is a stylish larger mall that was opened in 2007. Businesses include Bendigo Community Bank, Coles, Post office, professional services, pharmicies, medical centre, restaurants and a beutiful childcare centre. Fabulous Westfield shopiing centre at Hornsby is about 15 minutes away. get to the Central Coast in about 35 minutes and Sydney in just 45 minutes ! Immerse yourself in magical bushwalks and cycle trails. Barnett's Reserve has picnic tables, play equipment and a paved nature walk to breathtaking views.   Many families opt ...

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