Northern Sydney Local Health District is surrounded by some majestic national parks that are home to many of Australia's iconic and unique flora and fauna. For the avid adventurer, or someone just looking for something unique to experience, our national parks have something for you. To find out more, go to http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/
Some of Northern Sydney's landmark suburbs
Northern Sydney Local Health District encompasses Sydney's beautiful north shore, from Sydney Harbour to the Hawkesbury River. Our major hospitals are in several different and unique suburbs where you can enjoy a cosy weekend in, or a wild night out. To point you in the direction of some of these hotspots, below are some examples of just what is on offer from our landmark suburbs.
Home to a rare fairy penguin colony just off the southern point of Manly beach, the world champion Manly Sea Eagles Rugby League team, Oceanworld where you can swim with great white sharks, amazing surfing breaks, and the list goes on. This world famous strip of sand is a great tourist destination for all walks of life, but an even better place to call home! Follow the link for more information about Manly. https://www.hellomanly.com.au/
The Northern Beaches is home to Sydney's (and the worlds!) most picturesque beaches. This iconic strip of urban beaches is home to world class restaurants, wildlife reserves, unique golf courses and much more. To find out more about what the Northern Beaches has to offer and general information about the area, follow the link. https://www.northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au/
Hornsby Ku-ring-gai is another beautiful part of Sydney located on the northern fringe of the city. Situated on the edge of famous national parks that lead onto the majestic Hawkesbury river, this leafy suburb offers all the perks of city living, whilst still maintaining it closeness to our native bushland. To find out more about Hornsby, follow the link. http://www.hornsby.nsw.gov.au/
Lower North Shore
Sydney's Lower North Shore is an area located on the North Sydney side of the harbour bridge that stretches from Milsons Point through to the border of Ryde and down to the Spit Bridge. This famous stretch of land is primary residential land for predominately Sydney's affluent upper middle class. It houses over 100 national parks and reserve's and is home to the famous and well respected Royal North Shore Hospital.