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Hornsby is approximately 23 kilometres from Sydney CBD. It is part of the Upper North Shore region of Sydney.
Hornsby Shire covers Brooklyn in the north, to Wisemans Ferry in the west and Wahroonga in the east.
Its close proximity to Sydney CBD and North Sydney ensures it is a favourite area for families looking to settle down. However, with the increase in property prices , the suburb is well out of reach for some, with the average house price hitting $1.7 million in 2021
Home to 6000 hectares of public bushland, Hornsby is nature’s playground. Soon to be added to its list of natural beauty is Hornsby Park.
Estimated to open in 2023, Hornsby Park is a massive project by Council to transform the quarry on the western side of Hornsby into a destination where the surrounding bush and lake will take centre stage.
Hornsby Park will cover approximately 60 hectares of bushland and open space. In addition to offering a wonderful bushland experience and a wide range of parkland activities, the park will host local community events, celebrations and festivals.
Through their work on this project, Hornsby Shire Council is aiming to:
- Restore and enhance the unique bushland within the site
- Protect and celebrate its Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal heritage
- Ensure the character of the quarry is retained
- Offer a variety of recreation opportunities including walking and bike riding
- Cater for the long-term evolution and growth of Hornsby
When complete, Hornsby Park will undoubtably be a favourite destination for locals and a major draw card for tourists.
Also on the agenda of Hornsby Shire Council is the Hornsby Town Centre Review Project.
This project is designed to revitalise the Hornsby Town Centre by making it a modern, inclusive, environmentally friendly centre for the community.
Council is planning to ‘go big’, with large scale changes planned for the Hornsby Town Centre. This includes varying the heights and densities of apartment buildings, as well as creating more commercial spaces, to accommodate the growing population in the region.
At the same time, Council is committed to protecting the low-density neighbourhoods surrounding the Town Centre.
This project is still in the planning stage, with council currently considering the traffic and transport needs of the area (both now and in the future) and how this will impact upon the planned changes to the Hornsby Town Centre.
However, what's clear is that the planned changes to the Hornsby Town Centre will make it an attractive area for aspiring property owners and investors.
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