NORTHBRIDGE At A Glance
Set on beautiful Middle Harbour, Northbridge is all about family and luxury living. A well-kept local secret, the Northbridge Baths, and captivating harbour views add to the allure of this hilly neighbourhood. Northbridge is a place to escape the bustle of city life – but when you’re ready to get amongst the action, it’s only moments away.
Middle Harbour, bushland and the family-centric neighbourhoods.
Ritual for coffee, O’Siam for Thai and Northbridge Baths on a warm day – byo food and drinks to avoid the hike back up the hill.
Long Gully Bridge was the first bridge built north of Sydney Harbour
Quietly sitting on the sidelines of the city is one of Sydney’s most beautiful neighbourhoods. Luxurious family homes sit next to the glistening waters of Middle Harbour, surrounded by lush bushland – it’s no wonder families of all shapes and sizes love to call this pocket of Sydney home.
The iconic Long Gully Bridge is the gateway into Northbridge from neighbouring Cammeray, crossing over Tunks Park and leading up into the main commercial hub along Sailors Bay Road. Northbridge Plaza and its surrounding shopping strip have a selection of established boutique homewares and clothing stores.
Northbridge has its fair share of local café and dining spots – Bonds Corner is the place to be for a weekend brunch. Sitting opposite is Northbridge Golf Club, but if golf isn’t your thing then Clive Park, Tunks Park or Fig Tree Point have uninterrupted access to Middle Harbour.
On a warm summer day, nothing beats a dip in Northbridge Baths – a saltwater tidal bath that has a distinct locals-only feel to it. When you descend the steep slopes of Widgiewa Road, it’s easy to feel miles away from everything with Sailors Bay before you, dotted with million dollar yachts.