TURRAMURRA At A Glance
Bordering two national parks and boasting an abundance of multi-use green spaces, Turramurra has a penchant for the greener side of life. From North Turramurra to South Turramurra, quiet neighbourly streets lined with beautiful homes and manicured gardens surround intimate shopping villages that have a laid-back elegance.
Being in the Australian bush but still within cooee of Sydney’s CBD.
Kiplings Garage Bar is great local hangout and the area is sought-after for its access to great schools.
Turramurra was the wettest suburb in Sydney for four consecutive years from 2010.
Welcome to Turramurra, where quiet, meandering streets meet the rugged beauty of the Australian bush.
North and South Turramurra may be quiet during the week, but come the weekend families make their way to the multi-use green spaces – golf, cricket, tennis, netball, hockey, basketball, soccer, football ... you name it, there is a place for it here.
Hikers take to the national parks on trails leading to impressive lookouts, the Lane Cove River Walk and Bobbin Head, a rustic waterside locale on the Cowan River where you can launch your boat or swim.
A sprinkling of cafés, restaurants and boutique stores that have a well-earned reputation can be found throughout Turramurra, with the main shopping area positioned on the Pacific Highway. Think Replay Espresso, Kiplings Garage Bar and Fecund Flowers.
Aside from the beautiful homes and parklands, the impressive line-up of schools in and around Turramurra is a huge drawcard for families, as is the train service that connects locals to the major business hubs of Chatswood, North Sydney and Sydney’s CBD.
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Beautiful Federation homes with manicured gardens line Turramurra’s hilly streets. Many have been well maintained, others impeccably restored and most feature modern add-ons. New homes have been sprouting up throughout the neighbourhood and so have new developments. For the best streets in the neighbourhood, you don’t need to look much further than Karuah Road, Warrangi Street and Ku-Ring-Gai Avenue.