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Wahroonga is located approximately 18 kilometres north west of the Sydney CBD in the local government areas of Ku-ring-gai Council and Hornsby Shire. North Wahroonga is an adjacent separate suburb of the same postcode.

Today Wahroonga exists primarily as a garden suburb. Its tree-lined streets retain much of its state-heritage historic houses in styles of residential architecture. 


Wahroonga is an Aboriginal word meaning “our home”, likely originating from the Kuringgai language group. Early British colonists utilised the area for its tall trees. Wahroonga was first colonised by the British in 1822 by Thomas Hyndes, a convict who later became a wealthy landowner.

After the North Shore railway line was opened in 1890, it became a popular place for wealthy businessmen to build out-of-town residences with large gardens. Most of the development occurred in the 1920s and 1930S.


Wahroonga railway station is on the North Shore railway line with frequent Sydney train services to Central and Hornsby. Wahroonga is also the Sydney end of the M1 Motorway to Newcastle and is also the northern end of the NorthConnex Motorway Tunnel. 

CDC NSW Upper North Shore services provide sporadic bus services to parts of Wahroonga such as the 576 to Turramurra Station.


Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park is located north of Wahroonga. It is the second oldest National Park in Australia and is very popular, offering many walking tracks, picnic spots and Aboriginal sites with rock carvings. The park has a large proportion of the known Aboriginal sites in the Sydney Area.


Wahroonga has a good range of both Primary and Secondary schools.


  • Wahroonga Public School
  • Waitara Public School
  • Prouille Catholic Primary School
  • Wahroonga Preparatory School
  • St Lucy’s School for children with disabilities




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