Wahroonga


Located 22kms from Sydney’s CBD, Wahroonga means ‘our home’ in the Aboriginal tongue and was first settled in 1822 by Thomas Hyndes, a convict turned wealthy land owner. Wahroonga is renowned for its beautiful tree-lined streets, parklands and federation style architecture.

Wahroonga shopping village is popular with locals and those from the surrounding areas due to its beautiful homewares boutiques, cafes and restaurants. With Wahroonga park located just across the rail-line from the village shopping district, it proves popular with families for picnics or a play in the park with their children. The location of the annual Wahroonga Food and Wine Fair, Wahroonga Park provides a wonderful community atmosphere.

With some of the districts most prestigious private schools located both within Wahroonga and its immediate surrounds, it is a very popular locality for families looking to establish their roots during their children’s educational upbringing.

Amenities include:
Transport links (bus and rail)
Public parks and gardens (Wahroonga Park)
Sydney Adventist Hospital
Rose Seidler House
Wahroonga Shopping Village 

Schools within the local area:
Knox Grammer
Abbottsleigh
Wahroonga Primary School
St Edmunds College
St Lucy’s School
Prouille Catholic School
Warrawee Public School
St Leo’s Catholic College