North Sydney, NSW

North Sydney

North Sydney is a densely populated commercial and residential suburb, located on the North Shore of Sydney, NSW.

This popular suburb is located just 3 km from the busy Sydney central business district, making it a popular residential area for those who commute daily to the city.

Transport Links

North Sydney has no shortage of transport options for commuters. Sydney buses serve multiple routes within the suburb and surrounding areas. The North Sydney Railway Station provides regular services on the North Shore Line and Northern Line of the CityRail Network. The Sydney Ferries network also provides ferry transport to many surrounding destinations.

Local Culture

North Sydney’s culture is a blend of tradition and new and exciting influences from young professionals and a booming business district. 

Many historic buildings draw visitors from around the world including the Stanton Library and the Don Bank Museum.

The abundance of University students provides a unique blend of cultures and religions. The suburb contains a large variety of churches including St. Mary’s Catholic Church, St. Thomas Anglican Church, the Chinese Christian Church and a Hare Krishna Temple.

Community and Recreation

North Sydney’s many Universities offer a wide variety of events and activities. St. Leonard’s Park is the home of the North Sydney Ovals. The famous ovals are primarily cricket pitches during the summer and rugby fields during the winter.

Greenwood Plaza and Berry Square are the popular shopping centres in North Sydney. The Walker Street Cinema is a great place to relax and take in a film.  Restaurants and pubs are conveniently scattered through the suburb, for local dining out and socialising.

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