Hornsby, NSW 2077

3.6(33 reviews)

Ranked 450th best suburb by locals in Sydney (Greater) Region, NSW

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  • Public transport
  • Pest-free
  • Safe and sound

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Reviews of Hornsby, NSW

27th September 2023

"Green, family friendly, convenient"

We have lived in Hornsby for 3 years now, on the west Hornsby side. It’s nice and hidden away from the hustle and bustle, when people visit they say they feel like they are in a jungle!
We work in the city so commute, but enjoy coming home to the peaceful space. We have little kookaburras thy visit our backyard daily.
Good access to ammenities, Westfield and Hornsby hospital.

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20th July 2023

"Bad reception, high humidity, mouldly"

Having rented near Rosemead Road, 20m next to the national park, my experience has been mixed.

WFH
- When I first moved to Hornsby, the nbn was not set up yet and would take a week. WFH was a nightmare as I used Kogan mobile, Amaysim, Woolies mobile as a hotspot (before the nbn was installed) and I had no reception. The internet telstra sim that came with my work laptop didn’t have any reception. Couldn’t take or receive any calls unless I walked out of the house to the road. Only Telstra works in this area if you want to receive calls, so no cheap mobile services can be used here. Very challenging time when I was looking for a new job and couldn’t receive any calls.
- NBN was also a bit patchy and would drop out with certain providers.

Humidity
- Bought many humidity meters (hygrometers) for the house. Averaged 75%-80% most of the time , which is very high humidity. Mould started growing on my leather bags, shoes, even if they were stored away in boxes or luggages.
- The white walls appeared dark during winter. It was previously badly wiped over by the owner in an attempt to hide the, you guessed it, mould! During winter, there was a stench of mould in the house. Landlord refused to do anything about it and told me to clean it up myself. So beware if you are a renter in this vicinity, the house will be cleaned up before you inspect it. I got sick more frequently, was lethargic and had many unexplained symptoms. I was WFH a lot which made it terrible.
- Was forced to buy a couple of desiccant dehumidifiers ($500 each) to stop the mould from spreading and get rid of the moisture in the air. Not a great experience as a renter, and given rents are so high in this area and the bonus of dealing with mould, I would rather rent elsewhere.
- Turning on the heater or using the wood heater made the mould spread like crazy during last winter. Absolute nightmare.
- The part of sydney is about 1.5 degrees colder than inner sydney in winter.

Inconvenience/inaccessible
- There are no nearby buses that stop along these roads or go near the national park near Rosemead road. Having young children, it would be inconvenient as you have to chauffeur them everywhere and the hills are too steep to walk up, it’s all right to walk downhill though. If you go to the office, you need to drive to get up and out of the forest as it’s too steep to walk up comfortably with a work laptop/bag.

Would I recommend it? Depends, you would be very car-reliant and would become an expert with dealing with mould in the winter.

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18th July 2023

"Beautiful, peaceful but cold and mouldy"

Previously lived close to the blue gum walk near the national reserve for four winters (downhill of Pretoria Parade and Rosemead Road), so I can only speak for that area of Hornsby.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT
- You literally have to drive down a valley to get to your home. If anyone was speeding downhill or if cars parked at a turn, that would be a blind spot and an accident waiting to happen.
- Public transport to get home? Nope, only Ubers, getting a ride, or driving your own car to the train station is the only way you’re getting home. It is possible to walk from the station to home, but the reverse direction is very long, hilly and almost impossible as a daily commute.

Environment
-Peaceful, trees and quietness. This is not just unique to Hornsby, most of north shore is like that too.

-Each winter, the neighbors would burn wood instead of heating their houses with gas/electricity, so the whole valley would smell smokey instead of fresh forest air.

- The worst part: the mould! There is not much ventilation at the bottom of the valley as such, some of the houses here tend to have mould or moisture issues. The brick house I was living in was poorly insulated and was an average built. In winter it was freezing, moist and mouldy. Drying clothes sometimes was an issue too as there wasnt enough sunlight.

Would I live here again?
-Absolutely, Hornsby is lovely and so beautiful. The Westfield is great. The express train is also great. The serenity and quietness is unmatched. But I wouldn’t live close to the national reserve, I value my health and living in a environment or house that breeds mould is not one of them. I moved to another suburb with better ventilation, lots of greenery and am now living mould-free.

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19th December 2022

"Low maintenance living and safe, clean, leafy"

A great place in general because of convenient cafes, jobs, healthcare, shopping and higher education. Hornsby will be even better when the Hornsby Quarry parklands are complete. A shame they didn't use the catchment as swimming spot. I know quarries are dangerous to swim in because they are deep and cold but they should have turned it into a shallow lake like Lake Parramatta.

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23rd November 2022

"not bad"

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"Such a Shame"

Hornsby is actually in a great little place and has improved over the years. It’s great for transport, however, travel distance is far. After a working week, it was great to be able to get to northern beach or central coast quickly or even yes up the road to Berowra, Berowra Waters or Brooklyn. Westfield is great as it has unique stores and shops/restaurants you wouldn’t find in Eg Parramatta. It’s has nice festivals too. A laid back area, but not without issues. There is extensive housing commission blocks and Hornsby Hospital has a psychiatric section, where they are treated in lockdown. Often these housing commission blocks, cater for the psychiatric patients, which gives them access to the hospital. Issues from this are: theft, screaming, graffiti, drugs, alcoholism, homelessness and kids hanging around the streets.

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Diane Witney real estate agent
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"Great Value, Green Space & Community"

Hornsby has the hustle and bustle of a busy suburb, but the added convenience to get you places and of course some hidden gems. Barker College on your doorstep, plus the choice of many, many schools in the area: only a walk, bus or train ride away. Westfields has everything! Hornsby, Waitara, Normanhurst, Wahroonga Railway stations, the best cafes and village life anyone could ask for. The Blue Gum walk , Lisgar Gardens, and the Galston Gorge, all great tracks to hike and enjoy nature. Hornsby aquatic and leisure on Peats Ferry Road has indoor and leisure pools that are heated, they also do lessons. The outdoor pool is not for the faint hearted, a little cooler! Pending reopening schedule. From my experience the Hornsby South area has homes and neighbours of great character and friendliness.

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"All the hostility of a big city and non of the convenience"

I’ve tried to live in the suburb twice now but my experience was so terrible that I simply couldn't tolerate it & had to move away.
The rents are too high for what you're getting. It's too congested with traffic & parking & can live less than 5 minutes from the centre of Hornsby & have no connections to tv, phone or internet.
I have lived in Rosemead Rd for 12 months, & while it appears beautiful to the eye, living there is a vastly different thing. I have no internet facilities. The stench coming from the sewage treatment plant every night forces you to close every window. There is no bus service. Constant water pipes issues through the street, often broken and flooding the street with water. I've seen homeless people camped by the railway, @ the near the brothels on Peats Ferry Rd & Dural St.
In the past, I lived on William St, I had drunks stumbling out of the RSL every weekend night, trouble with youths setting fire to bins. One night even witnessing a young woman being beaten.
I stand by my view, I do not like Hornsby, I understand that others do and I respect their opinion. I would prefer it if they had the same respect for my opinion & not make comment on what is my experience which is based on factual evidence.

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Hi, may I know whereabouts in Rosemead Road you lived? I'm wondering how far from the wastewater treatment plant you could smell the sewage? Thanks

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"Good place"

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"Shopping carts at Westfield"

Living in this area for 10 years, I have been seeing a lot of improvements in everything and it is a great and safe place to live generally speaking. Only problem I see is the theft of shopping trollies from the Westfield. It has been an issue for many years and seems that lots of people have complained to the council and Westfield but for some reasons no actions have been taken. I often walk to the Westfield for shopping or morning coffee etc.. and sometimes count the number of it for my amusement. I often spot more than 40 of them on the side roads, parks, train station ....only from the Westfield and my place in 15 min walk ! It is dangerous and might have caused some scratches on many cars over many years. I know it is not an issue of Hornsby but this issue looks very extensive here because of many apartments in this area.

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"Growing Hub"

Great suburb in Sydney's NorthWest, a hub for upper north shore/hills and lower central coast.

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"Great place to live for families"

Having been living in Hornsby for 15 years. I must say it is one of the great place to live. We have everything here, Westfield shopping centre, public and private hospital, rail station, nice schools, swimming pool, etc. You name it. A little far from city, but 40 mins commute is quite reasonable nowdays for Sydneysiders.

It is a pleasure for living in a such green, leafing suburb next to national parks. The property price is reasonable comparing with some neighboring suburbs in the south side.

Great for

  • Surrounded by national park.
  • Close to everything!
  • Fresh air
  • Pick the right loction and its quiet and still easy walk to all shoping cetres and rail station.
  • Sensational weekly outdoor market every Thursday in the Mall

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"Awesome suburb"

I moved to Hornsby recently from the neighbouring Castle Hill and Hornsby is its own little hub.

I have everything I need here. My local basketball club, HKBA, is a 10 minute drive away in Thornleigh, large Westfield's, 5 minute walk to the station and an hour or so to the Coast if I wish to get out of Sydney for the weekend.

What I like about Hornsby is the demographics of the Hornsby population. You have your professionals, young families, families, retireees, blue collar workers etc. The average age is 39.
Multiculturalism and the Aussie spirit is truly well and alive.

And as for the properties, there are some lovely quaint homes and stylish apartments with a price tag that is not (yet) out of reach.

Futhermore, I have friends and family along the Upper North Shore train line, Northern Suburbs and Hills Shire so it is convenient for me to get to them (within 15-30 minutes) and vice versa.

For families, reputable secondary schools are within close proximity: Barker College, Hornsby Girls (one of the top selective schools), Knox Grammar, Abbotsleigh, St Leo's, Loreto Normanhurst and Normanhurst Boys.

Nightlife: Not great, as it is suburbia, not inner city, although I'm a 10 min walk to the Blue Gum Hotel which pulls in a resonable crowd and serves good food.

Transport is good. I catch the train into town for work and have had good runs more often than not: 40 mins on average from Hornsby station to Town Hall on the 7:00 am train. The best train runs I've had thus far have taken 35 minutes station to station - a vast improvement from the 60 minute ride on the Hills Bus.

All in all, I'm really happy with living in Hornsby.

Cheers.

Great for

  • Surrounded by national park.
  • Close to everything!
  • Fresh air
  • Pick the right loction and its quiet and still easy walk to all shoping cetres and rail station.

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"Bland but Convenient and Safe"

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"Not so good and not too bad"

I have been in Hornsby near a year. It's so gray place full of ugly apartments(you can't see the sky even!). But is so family friendly and safe place to live. It's close to everywhere and has a good shopping center. The big issue of these place is train sound, especially for those apartment which near train station.

Great for

  • Close to everything!
  • Pick the right loction and its quiet and still easy walk to all shoping cetres and rail station.
  • Sensational weekly outdoor market every Thursday in the Mall

Not great for

  • Junky Town
  • Overpriced properties

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"Great Family Suburb"

Lived here for almost 20 years and we love it. It's a great area for families with good amenities, and schools, and houses on good sized blocks. Loads of National Parks and other outdoor activities on offer. The express train gets you to Central in just over 30 minutes. Also good train connections down the North Shore line.

Great for

  • Surrounded by national park.
  • Fresh air

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"Junky Town"

Avoid all areas especially Jersey Street North

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  • Junky Town
  • Too many bad drivers
  • Overpriced properties
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glllll

What's wrong the Jersey St North? What are the concerns please?!!

glllll

Please share more! Thanks in advance!

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"Boring but aspiring to be "Little Paris" - No Paris here!"

Very Australian and unaccepting. Cheaper housing but you'll travel for anything good, that includes a coffee. Locals look after locals. Must fit in and go camping, drive a similar car, don't aspire to greatness. Tall poppy syndrome alive and well.

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  • Surrounded by national park.

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  • Retirees
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KateW3

I've found it a very multicultural and accepting area, my children attend a school with 85 different nationalities represented and it is a happily diverse community. It's not Paris, it's Hornsby.

claud

jimj1 your Dreaming it used to be nice until you could not afford to rent or sleep rough there and moved on , Check the stats Hornsby has one of the lowest crime rates in Sydney be nice jimi1 get a better job

CyrilL

If you walk around the station and surrounding streets you will see it is just a dirty slum full of junkies and homeless people

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"Hornsby"

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Great for

  • Surrounded by national park.
  • Fresh air
  • Pick the right loction and its quiet and still easy walk to all shoping cetres and rail station.
  • Close to everything!

Not great for

  • Junky Town

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KateW3

This has not been my experience, lived here for 12 years and always found it a safe, friendly, family area.

claud

what a load of cods wallop

JoB4

Open your eyes locals. If you don't want to see it, you wont! Corruption, Drugs etc (& this is not new, been going on for decades) Bogan parents creating kids with ability to fend for themselves. The little bumbag carrying kids are not going on a bushwalk. Wake up!!!!!!!!!

CyrilL

Couldnt agree more Jim! and JoB4, if like me you live in the "heart" of hornsby you will see the filth, urine stench streets, the junkies, the crime, police at the apartment block every second day! its not a great place at all

Bilal Tahir
Bilal Tahir

Don't forget your overly-priced, old apartment is full of Cockroaches and Spiders, sometimes even rats! And little bumbag carrying kids do occasionally go for a bushwalk, to go somewhere private to have a smoke.

kerryt7

I agree CyrilL, JoB4 & Bilal Tahir but apparently, according to seane, I'm not allowed to have an opinion.

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"Hornsby Mall Shopping on Thursdays"

Every so often I get back to Hornsby and especially love it on a Thursday. After finding an organic market in another area, I wanted to see what the one on Thursday was like and it's seriously fantastic. It runs all day, there is some incredible produce (love the free range meat that you can buy), a fantastic plant guy, awesome organic fruid & veg, free range dairy, but the best find was a new stall called Moo & More. Their butter may be a little more expensive than the supermarket, but it lasts forever, melts on the tongue, you don't need a lot of it, it's from the Dairy Farmer direct so there's no middle man which in my books, is the best bit about markets like these. No middle man. You get to talk to the producers/farmers direct, you can chow down on some great gourmet food (crepe stall there rocks!), there's no mad rush by people and you have the fountain as the backdrop.

best value for money on a Thursday which is why I make the effort to get there every week!

Great for

  • Sensational weekly outdoor market every Thursday in the Mall

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  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
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CyrilL

If you are like me and have a full time job you wont get to ever see this market or even know it was on as it is for retirees and stay at home mums

johns90

Maybe if you are white collar, you could Work From Home that day? or maybe if blue collar, RDO? Seriously, you are way too negative Cyril

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"Hornsby - The New Chatswood"

Soon to be the NEW Chatswood prices are set to soar high in 2015 when the new developments are complete. Real estate will become very competitive around this time as the area has some of the top facilities in Sydney and will also have some of the most modern housing still set in a natural setting close to the beaches and easy access to the city. Thinking of purchasing in Hornsby you almost can't go wrong!

Great for

  • Close to everything!
  • Fresh air
  • Pick the right loction and its quiet and still easy walk to all shoping cetres and rail station.
  • Surrounded by national park.

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • Tourists
  • LGBT+
  • Hipsters
  • Students
  • Country Lovers
  • Trendy & Stylish
  • Beach Lovers
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JoB4

Gay & Lesbian, Hipsters??? Yes, that would be great but maybe in 200 years! Life is short, don't spend it fighting an uphill battle.

CyrilL

Nothing good about Chatswood if thats hornsbys future I am out

aineee
aineee

Chatswood is the best surburb.

Bilal Tahir
Bilal Tahir

CyrilL Couldn't agree less

Bilal Tahir
Bilal Tahir

Also, tell me where the new houses are I've lived there for 10 years and all I've seen is apartments where are these houses you're talking about?

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"Best suburb for Spiritual people who also prefer commercial activity nearby..."

Lived in Hornsby for 6 years. So I'll attempt to be objective based on my observations:

1) Surrounded by the mountains. 5 min drive and you're in the most quiet, secluded and isolated part of Sydney... the pure, luscious green-ery... where you can mediate, contemplate and reconnect with yourself.

2) Hornsby is like a self-contained city. It literally has EVERYTHING. Gigantic Westfield, train station, Hospital, OfficeWorks, absolutely everything you could ever want!

3) Area is rapidly expanding. As of Jan 2013, they've destroyed the already-big pool, and rebuilding it into a gigantic Olympic size pool.

4) There's sports field to exercise.

5) Very clean streets. And no holes in the roads.


Subjectively... I love the place. Because (1) It's for business men like myself where all commercial activity is nearby, and (2) it's in pure nature... allowing spiritual people like myself to get away every morning and reconnect with beautiful mother earth.

Great for

  • Close to everything!

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"Hornsby"

Great for

  • Surrounded by national park.
  • Fresh air
  • Pick the right loction and its quiet and still easy walk to all shoping cetres and rail station.

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"Great place to raise a family"

Great for

  • Close to everything!
  • Fresh air
  • Pick the right loction and its quiet and still easy walk to all shoping cetres and rail station.
  • Surrounded by national park.

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • Tourists
  • LGBT+
  • Students
  • Country Lovers
  • Trendy & Stylish
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Bilal Tahir
Bilal Tahir

Alright. This is really not true. Your kids' education relies solely on you and how you raise them. The house prices are unreal. For reference, a two-bedroom apartment, around 25 years old will cost you $520 per week. For $450 you can buy a beautiful, 4-year-old 3-bedroom apartment in Warwick Farm, neighbouring Liverpool. With the same mindset, I had been living in Hornsby for nearly 15 years, until I finally decided it was time to buy a house. 1 million for an old apartment. I wasn't crazy and started looking in Western Sydney and now live in a 4-bedroom house which is only 3 years old, and the whole package set me around 670 grand. North Shore government high schools are now turning bad as well, (The only benefit being overfunding). I recommend your children to go to a good selective school such as Sydney Boys/Girls or schools like Fort Street for high school. It's not worth living in Hornsby in terms of education and transportation. I much rather prefer Schofields, rather than Hornsby.

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"Great suburb, close to everything!"

Great for

  • Close to everything!

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"Hornsby , smell the fresh air."

Far enough away from the big smoke.
Still convenient to get to CBD via three train lines.
Northshore line
Western line
Western line via Macquarie line.
Did I mention the fresh air .

Great for

  • Surrounded by national park.
  • Fresh air
  • Pick the right loction and its quiet and still easy walk to all shoping cetres and rail station.

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • Tourists
  • LGBT+
  • Country Lovers
  • Trendy & Stylish
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CyrilL

in 2011 it had fresh air those days are long gone :(

Bilal Tahir
Bilal Tahir

Still takes an hour to get to the city by train though! Airport also takes a while. Due to all the bush, in the wintertime backburning is quite frequent and the air quality becomes like East Asia. At least it makes some of the residents feel back at home again!

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"Slap up some more high rise development in the area - great idea!!!"

Hornsby has been on a downward slide for the past 15-20 years and it's getting exponentially worse thanks for poor planning on behalf of the council.

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ChrisC21

They are and capital growth is looking very bright for the Hornsby region

CyrilL

Capital growth wont make up for loss in quality of life, traffic jams, over shadowed by high rises surround by junkies and a total slum town these days

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Steve Noakes real estate agent
Steve Noakes
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"A great street - close to the top schools"

This is one of the top streets in Hornsby.

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"A commercial centre on the edge of the bush"

Hornsby is a suburb situated about 25 km to the north-west of Sydney's CBD. It is a large commercial centre, and is well serviced by multiple train lines daily.

A great spot for raising a family, with many schools and sporting facilities. There are all of the essential services in the area, and also some large complexes including a huge Westfield.

Most of the houses are on reasonably sized blocks, many with a swimming pool. Some of the residential areas have the feeling of being nestled in the bushland, so the area does feel a lot smaller than it actually is.

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"An established neighbourhood"

Hornsby is located on the north side of Sydney and is a good forty minutes' train ride to Central station. There are houses and low-density residential units around here. However, the latter tend to be older style units. There are several good things about Hornsby. You have Hornsby Westfield located in the heart of the suburb. This mall is huge and all your shopping needs will be met here. There are department stores, chain stores, supermarkets, restaurants, cafes and foodcourts in the mall.

Additionally, Barker College is situated about ten minutes' walk from Hornsby station. This is a prestigious private school that boasts of many superior facilities for its students. The streets of Hornsby are lined with lovely trees and there is plenty of street parking to go around. Apart from these benefits, Hornsby is very far from the city. Traffic during peak hours is really bad too.

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Wayfarer
Wayfarer

Great write up, Ruby.
Don't forget the huge bushland surrounding the town centre!

CyrilL

these reviews are old all that surround the town centre these days is gridlock, highrises and plans for more highrises

Bilal Tahir
Bilal Tahir

Don't forget that barker college will set you back around $50 000 each year! Knox is a bit better with $30 000 a year.

brucel15

Hornsby The Valley road area near ginger Meggs park were the roads are named after Scottish locks The water sewage works stinks to high even in the summer time,there is poor or no telephone reception down there ,dogs barking all hours of the day and night due to the valley echo , have now moved up from there and now moved to Asquith Which is heaven compared to that area of Hornsby

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