Location meets lifestyle. Wahroonga is the largest suburb on the North Shore with an area of 8.2 square kilometres, and is divided roughly in half by the Pacific Highway. The southern half of Wahroonga is surrounded by bushland and consists primarily of detached homes in secluded enclaves, and is also home to the well-regarded Sydney Adventist Hospital. The northern half of the suburb is occupied by some of Sydney’s most prestigious and historic homes in a range of styles and scales.

Wahroonga is located at the junction of several major roads and is well-serviced by trains and buses to Hornsby, Chatswood, the Sydney CBD and Macquarie Park. The NorthConnex project currently under construction will make transport between Wahroonga and Western Sydney much faster. Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park – Australia’s second oldest – is just a few minutes away for the perfect day trip.

Wahroonga and the neighbouring suburb of North Wahroonga are within the catchments of a variety of well-known schools such as Knox Grammar and Abbotsleigh Girls. The rapidly-growing Hornsby CBD is easily accessible from most parts of Wahroonga.