Why the Lower North Shore?
The Lower North Shore is a cluster of some of Sydney’s most prestigious waterside suburbs stretching from Sydney Harbour in the south to the far north of Ku-rin-gai Chase National Park with its hidden harbour beaches and sweeping views from Circular Quay to Middle Harbour and the Pittwater waterways.
It is home to some of Sydney’s top private schools, exclusive and Australia’s most expensive harbour front properties with uninterrupted bush walks and rocky coastline all within arm’s reach of the Sydney’s CBD.
The region is spoilt for all forms of transport options and accessed via car, bus, train, bicycle or on foot from the City’s South across the Harbour Bridge to North Sydney, Chatswood and beyond. Alternatively, ferries operate a daily, direct service between Circular Quay and many of the local Wharfs, with breathtaking views of Sydney Harbour National Park and icons including the Harbour Bridge, Luna Park and the Sydney Opera House.
The NSW Government is committed to delivering the Beaches Link, connecting the Lower North Shore with the Northern Beaches. More information on this project can be found here.