HUNTERS HILL At A Glance
Hunters Hill has long been the go-to place for A-list celebrities who are drawn to the old-world charm of this quiet enclave. Perched on a peninsula that separates Lane Cove River and Parramatta River, Hunters Hill is all about honey-hued sandstone buildings, waterfront homes and prestigious schools.
Luxury living with an old-world charm.
Although open every night of the week, the ever-popular Via Napoli is only open on Sunday’s for lunch so be sure to make a reservation.
Convict turned businesswomen, Mary Reiby, whose picture graces the Australian $20 note, called Hunters Hill home.
Tucked away on a peninsula that separates Lane Cove and Parramatta River, Hunters Hill has retained its old-world charm with sandstone workers’ cottages sitting side by side large estates that exude elegance and luxury living at its finest.
Renowned for being one of Australia’s oldest garden districts, Hunters Hill is steeped in history, part of which is encapsulated in a French-inspired village. Today, Hunters Hill is home to a community that has been nurtured by generations.
If looking for some local dining options or a caffeine fix, locals don’t have to venture too far. Village clusters are lined with boutique dining and designer stores, but Le Village and Dachshund Café set the standard for how things are done around here on the foodie’s scene.
Lush foreshore parklands and prestigious schools with sprawling grounds are just part of the package that lures families to this exclusive suburb.
With all its charm and beauty on and off the water, Hunters Hill is undeniably one of Sydney’s most highly sought-after neighbourhoods.
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Much of Hunters Hill is a conservation area. It’s easy to see why with the beautifully maintained workers’ sandstone cottages, and the large estates that consume oversized blocks. Nevertheless, modern architecture has found its way into Hunters Hill, blending harmoniously in with the established heritage houses.