Gardens and families thrive in the peaceful locale of Turramurra.

Located on the Upper North Shore of Sydney, it’s an easy 40 minute train ride into the CBD, making it highly desirable for executives who prefer to hang out in the ‘burbs.

Turramurra is a tranquil mix of leafy, quiet and safe - so naturally it has “family” written all over it. It has large homes with generously sized backyards, wide tree-lined streets, a selection of great schools and lots of sporting fields - so there’s not much this lovely locale can do wrong.

It’s easy to pop down to the local cheery shopping village when you’ve run out of bread and milk; to dine out in one the tasty eating places dotted along the Pacific Highway; and keeping the kids busy is ‘childs play’ with the huge array of soccer, football and tennis clubs on offer.

When you feel it’s time for a big shopping splurge you can easily head just 10 minutes north to Hornsby, or South to Macquarie and Chatswood shopping centres to get your fix.


Younger families, older families, even those that used to have families, love Turramurra. If there are couples and singles to be found here, it’s probably because they grew up in the area, or aren’t ready yet to leave the comforts of home.

The vibe is friendly, relaxed and approachable with enough disposable dollars to live life to the fullest on the weekends.


Whilst property prices are fairly hefty in Turramurra, there is a broad range of old and new residences in this sought after suburb.

The leafy streets are dedicated to medium and large family homes, set on large blocks of land with oodles of trees and the Pacific Highway lined with older and new unit developments.


> The Pacific Highway is the main road in and out of Turramurra
> Trains leave from Turramurra train station every 10 minutes south towards the Sydney CBD and every 10 minutes to Hornsby & the central coast.
> Transdev NSW buses operate from the train station to local residential areas to the North and South of Turramurra


> At Turramurra Public School students learn in a stimulating and challenging environment where they are encouraged to reach their full potential.
> The International School of Music and the Acclaim Studios & Kissing Point Ballet School
> At the heart of the community is Turrmaurra High School
> Ku-ring-gai Creative Arts High School is a co-educational, state government high school, specialising in the creative arts


> In the heart of Turramurra is the Turramurra Plaza which houses a fruit shop, newsagency and an IGA
> On the East side of Turramurra on the corner of Princes Street and Bannockburn Road, you will find Princes Street shops which include a fine wine store, gift shop, delicatessen and butcher
> North Turramurra Shops, located on Bobbin Head Road, have a great little village atmosphere with fresh fruit & veg, buzzing wine bars, yoga studios & IGA.

Recreational Facilities

> Turramurra is a perfect place to go for an evening stroll in summer with many walking paths and beautiful scenery
> Bordering Ku-ring-gai National Park includes the picturesque Bobbin Head, which is perfect for picnics, fishing, boating, cycling and hosts a number of scenic restaurants and cafes
> Every Saturday in the winter there is a netball league so if you like the sport you can join a team or even rug up and watch a game
> Plus fitness 24/7 caters to the busy fitness junkie

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