Suburb Profiles

The third oldest settlement in Australia, Ryde was named after the town of Ryde on the Isle of Wight, U.K. It is recognised as one of Sydney’s most significant growth suburbs. ... more »


East Ryde
Situated on the eastern bank of the beautiful Lane Cove River, East Ryde is peaceful, affluent suburb surrounded by stunning national parkland. A sanctuary just 12km north-west of ... more »

North Ryde
While a popular residential address, North Ryde is probably best known for its substantial shopping complex, the Macquarie Centre, which is home to a wide array of specialty ... more »

West Ryde
West Ryde is an appealing Lower North Shore suburb of Sydney with a buzzing community atmosphere. A great family location that’s lovely and child friendly, it’s located 16km ... more »

Named after the West London suburb located on the river Thames, Putney is a highly desirable, peaceful family address set on the northern bank of the Parramatta River. Located ... more »

Gladesville was originally named after John Glade, a convict who arrived in Australia in 1791. He came to own much of the local land where he established a prosperous farm which ... more »

Located on the northern bank of the Parramatta River, 17km north-west of Sydney's CBD, Meadowbank contains a combination of residential and commercial property. Originally ... more »

Hunters Hill
Settled in 1835, Hunters Hill is an exclusive, historic suburb, much of which resides on the picturesque peninsula that separates the Parramatta River from the Lane Cove River. ... more »

Founded by Gregory Blaxland in 1806, Denistone is a relaxed and peaceful residential suburb found 16km north-west of the Sydney CBD. It was named after the original homestead ... more »

Denistone East
Just a short distance from Macquarie University and the major retail and cinema complex of the Macquarie Centre, Denistone East is located 15km north-west of the Sydney CBD. A ... more »

Denistone West
Located 16km north-west of the Sydney CBD, Denistone West is a peaceful residential suburb that’s home to an abundance of lush parkland and forest areas, making it leafy and ... more »

Located 17km north-west of the Sydney CBD, Eastwood was founded in 1835 by early Irish free settler William Rutledge. A vibrant multi-cultural suburb, it has grown to become a hub ... more »

Ermington lies 19km north-west of Sydney's CBD on the northern bank of the Parramatta River. It was originally part of the area known as the Field of Mars, which was sub-divided ... more »

Macquarie Park
Located 17km north-west of the Sydney CBD, Macquarie Park was originally part of the suburb of North Ryde. The area was once filled with market gardens, poultry farms and vast ... more »

Melrose Park
Melrose Park is a tiny family oriented suburb located 18km north-west of the Sydney CBD. This quiet residential area is set on the shores of the Parramatta River, to the west of ... more »

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