Tucked in a quiet corner of the lower North Shore, Cammeray offers residents the true community neighbourhood experience.
Bordered by leafy surrounds, Cammeray is built on a backbone of community. The best part? Although Cammeray provides residents with the quiet comforts of a traditional neighbourhood, it’s really the proximity to the CBD that puts this family-centric postcode on the map.
For those seeking a green escape from the hustle and bustle, an array of parks and walking tracks abound. And for fun in the sun, Cammeray is the perfect launch point for water sports and a day on the harbour. Speaking of sports, you’ll also have incredibly easy access to a world-class golf course and tennis courts!
Most importantly, however, Cammeray is a certified foodie paradise. Full of local haunts, fine dining and killer coffee, this lower North Shore suburb has everything you could ever need and more.
Current average costs for renting in Cammeray are $1,400 pw for three-bedroom houses and $750 pw for two-bedroom units.
As well as the city, Cammeray is convenient to Neutral Bay, Northbridge, Crows Nest and North Sydney. With an array of beautifully restored federation homes, Cammery is a stunning harbourside suburb – it’s not just location, location, location!
Enjoy the best of both worlds, with quick access to the CBD, and a quiet and relaxing neighbourhood with plenty of green space. A dog walker’s paradise, Tunks Park boasts a huge off-leash dog area, an incredible playground, bushland, walking tracks and a reprieve from all that city life has to offer. Nearby Primrose Park borders the water, with picnic spots, tennis courts, cricket fields and more.
You’ll find your main retail strip on Miller Street, with cafes and restaurants that offer al fresco dining. Opposite the tennis courts and Cammeray Golf Club, you’ll find a selection of shops at Green Park Village, or head to Stockland Cammeray for a wider selection.
Enjoy shopping for essentials and special ingredients at Harris Farm, and Maggios Italian Bakery and pasticceria can become your new local.
What makes Cammeray a true gem is the proximity – just 10 minutes over the bridge by car – without the hustle and bustle. Of course, that depends where you call home… Cammeray is bordered by the highway but if you look towards the water side, you’ll find leafy streets and a suburban neighborhood feel. Three bus routes go through the suburb, and North Sydney is your closest train station, taking you into the city. You can be at Central Station in 15 minutes, or Chatswood for bigger shops and services in just 10 minutes.
Cammeray Public School is a highly regarded primary school with a great reputation – a massive drawcard for families looking to move to the area. There’s a mix of young couples, families and retirees in this lower North Shore suburb, but the great education options and top performing grammar schools nearby are definitely attracting more families than ever before.