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2073 covers the areas of Pymble and West Pymble, both located in Sydney. The area is located approximately 15 kilometres of the Sydney Central Business District, with Pymble and West Pymble having a combined population of just under 20,000. There are several commercial areas including Phillip Mall, which was renovated in the 1990s to brighten the gardens and add additional amenities such as a children’s playground. 2073 features the significant building of Ku-ring-gai Town Hall, a stunning example of the Inter-War Spanish Mission architectural style, which is a listed building along with the Pymble chapel beside it.


North and South Turramurra are two suburbs located within the 2074 area. North Turramurra contains the sphinx war memorial, a sandstone replica carved by William Shirley in the 1920s as a commemoration of the soldier’s colleagues. But there are also amenities in abundance such as restaurants, a shopping village, and cafés available in the area. South Turramurra is a very green suburb in which you can find many trails and walking paths to the neighbouring areas – Marsfield and North Epping, for instance, are just on your doorstep.


Located on the Upper North Shore of Sydney, 2075 is 18 kilometres north of the Sydney central business district. Since the expansion to the suburb after World War Two, it has seen a steady growth of families moving to the area due to its reputation as a safe and wealthy suburb. 2075 features the St Ives Shopping Village with over 110 stores and the Village Green Park directly opposite, with sporting fields, baseball fields, tennis courts and a skate park. The Village Green also hosts the annual Festival on the Green!


2076 encompasses the three suburbs in the upper North shore of Sydney: Wahroonga, North Wahroonga, and Normanhurst. Wahroonga is located 18 kilometres northwest of Sydney’s Central Business District and has several listed heritage sites, including Wahroonga Reservoir and Evatt House. Both Wahroonga and Normanhurst have their own train stations and have bus services provided by Transdev NSW’s Upper North Shore. 2076 has many recreations and amenities, such as Wahroonga Park with established trees. The second oldest national park in Australia, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, is located north, offering walking tracks, picnic sports and Aboriginal sites with rock carvings.


You’ll never tire of the vibrant naturistic views 2077 has to offer, perfect for any keen walker. Head over to Hornsby Heights, situated on the eastern side of Galston Gorge and the Berowra Valley National Park, to take in an outstretched view of forestation. Or relish the deep blue to emerald-coloured waters inside Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National park within Asquith. In 2077 you’re never far from something new with direct links to the coast and just a 40-minute drive to Sydney’s bustling city centre.


Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park borders the perimeter of 2079, a postcode that contains the suburb of Mount Colah. In this area, you'll discover some sublime sights and the best of nature. The creeks are beautiful and you really get the perfect balance between exciting things to enjoy and the essential services required to live comfortably in 2079. Some of the services you can use here include gas fitting services, carpentry businesses, painter and decorator businesses, and television repairs or antenna services. Mount Colah itself extends 217 metres into the air above sea level, and if you're in this suburb, you're just 29 km away from Sydney CBD.


Berowra and Cowan are the main suburbs that put 2081 on the maps. They sit in the Northern part of Sydney just 36 KM from the Central Business District. Both towns are relatively quiet, peaceful and very accessible thanks to the reliable transport lines. When the residents are moving in and out of town, they enjoy the numerous walking trails that span some of the most scenic areas within 2081. The other bush tracks are hidden within tall trees, and shrubs while various fauna and flora may be sighted within the forests. Thankfully, the major roads aren’t that busy either, which makes it easy to move from work to the community centre, netball and skateboard parks, or the train station.


Berowra height and Berowra Waters are both quaint suburbs within 2082. They are situated in North Shore Upper county in Sydney. It’s just 30 KM away from the Capital, with the Cowan train station about 3.1 KM away. Berowra Waters is more of a quaint town with a growing population of 135 residents. It's more family-oriented, with about 45% of the population being single. As small as this town’s population is, it does have some rare gems that attract new eyes every now and then. Berowras’s Heights, which is an excellent place for Kayaking, fishing, and bushwalking, has more homeowners than renters and boasts a lively, yet friendly communal vibe.


Enviably close to Sydney, 2084 comprises suburbs like Duffy’s forest, Cottage Point, and Terrey Hills. Cottage Point is nestled between clear blue waters and vast bushlands. The 98 residents enjoy walking through clear pathways, cycling through defined routes, and generally enjoying the peace that comes with living in a coastal suburb. Akuna Bay, on the other hand, is the perfect wallpaper-inspired template, but realistically the sailing point of 2084. There’s a seaside road running through the length of the town and connecting residents In Terrey Hills, and Duffy’s Forest to other surrounding towns and villages.


Belrose and Davidson are within the areas of 2085 in the locality of Warringah. According to locals, Warringah is very popular with families, likely due to its proximity to the Northern beaches. Belrose of 2085 is part of the Forest District, known by locals as The Forest, and has a population of around 9000 people. Primarily a residential area, Belrose has a number of amenities including the Glenrose Shopping Centre and several public schools. Davidson is also part of The Forest and has numerous parks, including the McFarlane Reserve, Maitland Street Reserve, and Richard Healy Oval.


In the suburb of 2086 in northern Sydney lies Frenchs Forest, 13 km north of Sydney's central business district and colloquially known as The Forest by locals. This area contains plenty of schools and sporting opportunities for all ages, including the Warringah Aquatic centre with its Olympic indoor heated swimming pool. There are also excellent transport links available by bus and road connections for easy travel, and multiple chances for retail therapy with Frenchs Forest Town Centre, and Forestway Shopping Centre.


Located on Middle Harbour in the state of New South Wales, 2087 is located around 12 kilometres away from the Sydney central business district. Known by locals as ‘The Forest’, there is just. shy of 5000 people living in this suburb. Killarney Heights has a number of public transport options including bus routes and by road, taking around 20 minutes during quiet hours. There are a number of points of interest in 2087, including the heritage-listed site Bantry Bay Explosives Depot, and close to the Garigal National Park.


2088 is a suburb on the lower North shore of Sydney, located just 9 kilometres south of Sydney’s Central Business District. It forms a peninsula between Sydney Harbour and Middle Harbour, featuring a number of beaches including Balmoral, Chinamans, Obelisk, and Cobblers Beaches. 2088 is primarily a residential suburb with a majority population of families and older people. Architecturally it has predominantly federation-era houses but features other styles like California bungalow, modern townhouse, and apartment buildings. The commercial shopping area ‘the Strand’ is located along Military Road, featuring a variety of boutiques, cafes and restaurants!


2089 encompasses the areas of Neutral Bay and Neutral Bay Junction, as well as Kurraba Point which was previously a locality but was declared a suburb in 2010. The area offers


A beautiful suburb located on the Sydney harbour, and sandwiched between Mosman Bay and Shell Cove, the Cremorne Point is home to the Cremorne Reserve – a place where you can experience spectacular views and scenery overlooking the Mosman Bay and the city. The Foreshore Walk of the 2090 area is a gem – it’s an oasis of nature in which you can have a picnic or take in the landscape and with options to take a ferry to the city and experience the best of both worlds.


From the scenic walkways to the spit bridge that presides over vast waters, 2092 is yet another perfect destination for new residents, visitors, and tourists alike. The main suburb, Seaforth stays true to its name providing residents with one of the best sea views Northern Sydney has to offer. Even though The Spit road connects 2092 to a good number of regions in and out of the central business district, the town is still quite peaceful, very homely, and family-friendly. You’ll find standard primary schools, shopping centres, vast parks, and reserves, as well as local grocery stores. With homes overseeing the picturesque waters, 2091 is certainly an attractive region to invest in, settle in or visit occasionally.


2093 is located 12 kilometres north of the Sydney central beaches district and encompasses the suburbs of Balgowlah, Manly Vale, Balgowlah Heights and North Balgowlah. Each suburb has a number of heritage-listed sites popular to visit. Balgowlah in particular is one of the destinations for the Hop-Skip-Jump free bus services operated by Northern Beaches Council. There are several commercial areas within 2093, focusing on smaller, corner shop-style attractions.


2094 is enviably close to the bustling city of Sydney. It’s also not very far from the Sydney Kingston Smith International Airport. Furthermore, Manly Vale, Balgowlah, and Clontarf surround the borders of 2094. With a population of over 5000 people, the vast land is mostly residential, with the other portions strategically occupied by parks, and recreational activities. It’s not big on commercial property, however, there’s a standard bus service that easily conveys residents to close towns that have such amenities. The beach is equally a lovely escape from the heavy demands of life. It does have quite a number of rocks, yet residents still swim and snorkel in the area.

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