The suburb of Naremburn is a hidden gem nestled between Cammeray and St Leonards on the Lower North Shore.
It has great school access, lots of parks and is close to the Royal North Shore Hospital.
This suburb would suit upsizers or downsizers and has something for everyone.
It’s just two stops away on the bus from the City or a ten-minute drive and one set of traffic lights.
With St Leonards train station just a few minutes walk away, its a well-connected suburb.
Things To Do
There is a strong community spirit with a local community garden, and there are some great places to eat including arguably the best pizza in Sydney!
For those who enjoy a good brunch, Sprout Wholefood cafe has an amazing selection of healthy eats as well as something for those with a sweet tooth.
If you like getting outdoors, there are some great walks including the flat rock gully walking track which leads to Tunks Park. Towards the start of the track, is Henry Lawson Cave where there are evening poetry readings and other community events.
Naremburn is not far from Gore Creek Reserve – which is a great place for a weekend picnic.
There are also plenty of sports clubs in the area including a cycling club, the Northern Suburbs Tennis Association and Love n Deuce tennis courts.
Homely has rated Naremburn 9.4/10 and ranked 27th best suburb in Greater Sydney!
In terms of property its a fairly tightly held area. However its nicely priced in comparison to its neighbour suburbs of Cammeray, St Leonards and Willoughby. It has good terrain for building property and all the houses are unique.
30 years ago the area was considered industrial and run-down, however, as Sydney has grown it has revitalised and become a more sought-after area. Particularly with its proximity to the city and great transport links.
According to Property Value By Core Logic the predominant age group in this suburb is 30-39 years are couples with children. 70 properties have been sold in Naremburn over the past 12 months.
Property statistics from the past 12 months from property value: