Hornsby

Hornsby NSW 2077

Hornsby is a large, popular self-contained suburb in Sydney’s Upper North Shore.  The size of Hornsby is approximately 8.4 square kilometres. It has 22 parks covering nearly 20% of the area. The predominant age group in Hornsby is 30-39 years, primarily couples with children. Shopping here is dominated by the Westfield Hornsby mall, which has hundreds of stores, supermarkets, a number of restaurants, and a cinema. Because this is the main commercial hub in the area, Hornsby tends to attract shoppers from the surrounding residential suburbs. The crown jewel of Hornsby has to be the Berowra Valley National Park, which makes up most of the suburb’s western border. This sprawling 4000-hectare park offers stunning scenery and great bushwalking. 

Schools

Primary: Hornsby Heights Public School

Primary: Hornsby North Public School

Primary: Hornsby South Public School

Primary: Barker College

Secondary: Barker College

Secondary: Hornsby Girls’ High School

 

Transport

Train: Hornsby Station

Bus: These Bus lines near Hornsby : N90, N80, 600, 575, 587, 588, 589, 591, 595, 596, 597, 598.

CBD: Hornsby is 19kms from the CBD

Amenities

Westfield Hornsby a Great place to stop for a shop

Cafes like Hornsby RSL Club and Restaurants such as Pattison’s Patisserie, Biwon and Amir Persian.

Parks include Ginger Meggs Park, Storey Park and James Park.

People

The predominant age group in Hornsby is 30-39 years. Households in Hornsby are primarily childless couples.  

In general, people in Hornsby work in a professional occupation.

Medium House Price

Currently the median sales price of houses in the area is $1,147,750.

Households are likely to be repaying $1800 – $2399 per month on mortgage repayments.

The Rental Market

Currently, the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment in Hornsby is $460 per week. 

44% of people living in Hornsby rent properties. 

What we Love

Hornsby offers leafy streets, great amenities and outdoor living in a vibrant community. If you’re looking for a safe, green, and well-equipped suburb in the greater Sydney region to raise a family – without dropping millions of dollars on the property – then it’s hard to look past Hornsby.

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