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Why Lindfield?

Lindfield is a suburb on the Upper North Shore of Sydney, 13 kilometres north-west of the Sydney Central Business District in the local government area of Ku-ring-gai Council. Australian native bushland in Garigal National Park and Lane Cove National Park borders the suburb.

History

The name Lindfield originated from the village of Lindfield in Sussex, England. The name was given to a cottage built in 1884 by Francis John List, of Sussex, and was then used as the name of the station there when the railway line was developed in the area.

Transport

Lindfield railway station is on the North Shore Line of the Cityrail network and is about 30 minutes by train from the CBD. The Pacific Highway is the main arterial road through the suburb, providing excellent road links. The area is also well served by buses running to neighbouring Chatswood, North Sydney and the City.

Recreation

Lindfield has several places of worship, commercial developments and benefits from the nearby shopping hub of Chatswood only a few minutes away. Lindfield is also adjacent to Lane Cove National Park, Garigal National Park and Seven Little Australians Park with picnic and walking areas. There are also several sporting facilities within the suburb itself.

Schools

Schools in the suburb comprise: Lindfield Public School, Lindfield East Public School, Newington College Preparatory School, Holy Family Catholic Primary School, and Masada College (K-6). Killara High School is also close by, in Killara.

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