WAHROONGA At A Glance
With lush greenery and picture-book homes, Wahroonga has a charm that attracts the attention of families. From the village to the neighbourly streets, Wahroonga has plentiful green spaces that blend beautifully with the neighbourhood’s penchant for elegant living.
The village feel, prestigious schools and easy access to National Parks.
The Glade is the social hub and hosts activities throughout the year and the high schools here are highly sought-after.
Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park is the second oldest national park in Australia and encompasses 37,010 acres.
Peaceful and affluent, Wahroonga has a quaint, village-like charm and beautiful estate homes and manicured gardens. Nestled in between tranquil Ku-Ring-Gai Chase and Lane Cove National Park, Wahroonga is a natural drawcard for families seeking a community-minded lifestyle.
Families are drawn to this enclave as much for the schools as they are for the quiet neighbourhood, with prestigious Knox Grammar and Abbotsleigh School for Girls close by. Beautiful Wahroonga Park and the multi-use green space, The Glade, are great features of the neighbourhood that provide open play space and host annual festivals and events throughout the year, including the popular Wahroonga Food and Wine Festival, Twilight Concert in the Park and Wahroonga Village Fair.
At the heart of the neighbourhood is Wahroonga Village which is brimming with boutiques, gourmet and stylish family-run businesses and home-style cafés. Away from the main commercial hub, Wahroonga is well serviced by the Sydney Adventist Hospital and adjoins the Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park – a natural playground for the more adventurous souls.
Celebrating the finer things in life, Wahroonga has great style and elegance.
Wahroonga is an affluent North Shore neighbourhood that has been a long-time favourite among established families and retirees. No stranger to fame, Wahroonga has also been home to the likes of Mel Gibson, Hugh Jackman and Peter Garrett.
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The pulse of Wahroonga, from the beautiful setting of Wahroonga Park to the storefronts and cafés, the village is the social hub of the neighbourhood.
A popular multi-use green space with children’s playgrounds, playing fields, tennis courts, and picnic facilities.
Wahroonga’s streets have a lush elegance – picturesque homes with beautiful gardens, shaded by overarching trees.
In all its style and elegance, Wahroonga loves to show off its historic architectural homes with feature gardens, as well as more intimate cottages that echo a bygone era and leafy, tree-lined streets.