Wahroonga

Established in 1822 and aptly named “Wahroonga” being an Aboriginal name meaning ‘our home’, Wahroonga is considered by locals to be the ‘Gem’ of the Upper North Shore.

Covering an area of 8.2 square kilometers Wahroonga is just 22 km’s from Sydney’s central business district.  The established tree lined streets create a sense of nobility whilst the houses, mostly situated on large parcels of land are typically warm family homes.

Wahroonga is home to 16,700 people, consisting of 4,450 families sharing 5874 private dwellings.  Serviced by both Wahroonga and Warrawee train stations, access to the city effortless.  Shorelink buses also service local residential streets.
Wahroonga’s geographical location makes access North a breeze.

Wahroonga provides world class schooling with both public & private Schools including Wahroonga Public School [also known as The Bush School], Knox Grammar School & Abbotsleigh School for Girls. There are also 2 special needs schools, St Edmunds & St Lucy’s.

With a wonderful choice of cafes, eateries and restaurants, the setting of Wahroonga Shopping Village exudes both a feeling of traditional character and  cosmopolitan society…

Make Wahroonga ‘your home’ today.

Wahroonga 

32 Scullin Place 

House 

522 

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Wahroonga 

115 Boundary Road 

House 

632 

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Wahroonga 

59 Billyard Avenue 

House 

543 

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Wahroonga 

49 Grosvenor Street 

House 

653 

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Wahroonga 

44 Lochville Street 

House 

536 

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Wahroonga 

16 Fadden Place 

House 

422 

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Wahroonga 

26 Scullin Place 

House 

532 

SOLD 

Wahroonga 

6/1625 Pacific Highway 

Apartment 

321 

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Wahroonga 

3 Hampden Avenue 

House 

211 

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Wahroonga 

4 Fox Valley Road 

House 

532 

SOLD