LifestyleAn abundance of greenery, prestigious homes and fantastic transport, are just some of the features that make Lindfield a perfect community.
Surrounded by native bushland, just 14kms north of Sydney, is the beautiful upper north shore area of Lindfield. Filled with leafy streets, tranquil parklands, and excellent sporting clubs – it is close enough to the city for work, but far enough away to easily unwind.
Fringed by the Lane Cove National Park, Seven Little Australians Park and Garigal National Park, means you’re never short of green spaces to lose yourself in. Wander through Swain Gardens with its pretty walking paths, rose gardens and sandstone terraces, tee off at reputable Killara and Pymble Golf Clubs, or improve your serve in a social game at Lindfield Tennis club.
This family-friendly suburb also boasts a large number of well-regarded schools which include Holy Family, Cromehurst Special School, Newington College and Highfield Preparatory Schools, Lindfield Primary School, Lindfield East Public School, Beaumont Road Primary and Killara High School, just to name a few.
When Mum and Dad need time to themselves, Lindfield dishes up its own good selection of restaurants and cafes along Pacific Highway. Enjoy a gourmet breakfast at either Gelatiamo or Ciao Down, savour impeccable French cuisine at Cafe Lyon - Raynor is an exceptional chef who you may know from Berowra Waters Inn.
Situated on the North Shore train line, which offers lift access, Lindfield is earmarked for some fabulous infrastructure development. This is certainly is an enviable address.
PeopleLindfield locals are partial to the finer things in life but first and foremost is the focus on a family lifestyle. They are drawn to beautiful real estate with the warmth a family brings to it. Some are on a grand scale and others less so but all charming with larger gardens than most.
It’s family central in Lindfield - but mostly families of all ages, who are focused on great schools and a sense of community.Young families, middle aged couples with young adult children, empty nesters and well-to-do professionals, all call this parkland suburb home.
HomesHistorical charm is widely spread in Lindfield. Everywhere you turn you can find beautiful Federation homes and Californian bungalows. You’ll also find some of the best residences in Sydney here.
Prestige homes with every lifestyle indulgence including tennis courts, heated pools, media rooms and multiple garaging for their luxury motor vehicles, take pride of place in Lindfield.
Transport> Lindfield railway station is on the North Shore, Northern & Western Line of the Sydney Trains network and is about 30 minutes by train from the Sydney central business district. Trains are frequent during peak hour and provide a reliable service for commuters on weekends
> The Pacific Highway is the main arterial road, North is a short trip to the M3 to the Central Coast and it's a short 14km drive South to the city
> A taxi rank on the East side of the train station provides a reliable service for locals
> Bus ranks, also on the West side provide transport to East & West Lindfield and neighbouring suburbs
Schools> Lindfield Public School provides unparalleled opportunities to create an inclusive, stimulating environment for children. They run a dynamic Physical Education program and is the only local government school to offer an in house swimming
> Lindfield East Primary School provides a safe and caring learning environment with excellent grounds and facilities providing a wide range of learning programs. They are competitive in all academic areas, sports and have an outstanding music program.
> The University of Technology Kuring-gai has a campus on Eton Road
> Arguably the best pre-school on the North Shore "Highfields" is highly sought after and greatly enjoyed by the local children.
> Newington Prep is an outstanding educational start for young boys in the area. Recently, the school has introduced a bus service for those looking to send their sons through to Newington High School in Stanmore.
Shopping/Restaurants> Lindfield is well placed to some of Sydney's best shopping centres including Chatswood Chase, Westfield and Macquarie Shopping Centre
> Lindfield shopping precinct is split in two by the Pacific Highway. The East side is looking at being updated in the near future and will provide a wonderful modern and much anticipated shopping and dining experiences for the locals. The West side has > a Coles supermarket, multiple cafes and some outstanding restaurants and deli's ... this is turning into the the "foodies centre" of the area. Looking for home churned ice cream and sorbets with beautiful fresh foods and Toby's coffee then Gelatiamo is for you. Or perhaps 2 doors down a visit to ciao down for an inner city experience of coffee and delectable eats. De'lish the infamous deli is also a few doors away...
> The Blackout Wine bar - a popular place for all to visit and enjoy
> A homewares store stocks a range of classic Spanish pieces,one-off jewellery pieces, beautiful handbags and fragrances and lots more.
Recreational Facilities> The Little Blue Gum Creek Track slices its way into the gum trees, quickly leading you away from the traffic sounds of Lady Game Drive and towards the sounds of native birdlife
> Lindfield has five places of worship: St Albans Anglican Church, Holy Family Catholic Church, Lindfield Uniting Church (with church buildings on Tryon Road and the Pacific Highway) and the North Shore Synagogue
> There are two tennis courts at Lindfield Community Centre and a further two courts at Lindfield Park in Tryon Road. A rugby oval in Tryon Road and a recreational oval in Highfileds Road is strongly supported by the junior soccer players.