Enjoying a secluded peninsula setting and boutique village feel, Hunters Hill sits peacefully between Lane Cove River and Parramatta River and is located nine kilometres from Sydney’s CBD. A family orientated suburb with wide leafy streets and highly sought-after schools, it offers a blissful sense of seclusion and the luxury of waterfront living, with the convenience of easy access to the city.
A prestigious enclave with an array of outstanding waterfront homes enjoying breathtaking Sydney Harbour views, there are also character filled sandstone cottages, beautifully renovated family havens, townhouses and a small number of apartments. Public transport to and from Hunters Hill includes buses offering access to the CBD, Chatswood and Macquarie Park while ferry wharves in nearby Woolwich and Huntleys Point allow a leisurely trip to Circular Quay and Darling Harbour.
With two popular village hubs on Ryde Road and Alexandra Street, there is an array of options to dine and socialise every day or evening of the week, with excellent restaurants, cafes, bars, pubs, boutiques and gourmet grocers on both sides of the vibrant suburb.
There is also a great offering of local schools, including the renowned St Joseph’s College day and boarding school for boys as well as Villa Maria Catholic Primary School, Hunters Hill Primary School and Boronia Park Public School. Filled with leafy green parks, ovals, reserves and sporting fields, Hunters Hill Lawn and Tennis Club is one of the oldest sporting clubs in Australia, while Hunter’s Hill Rugby Club also has a strong history, established in 1892.