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North Wahroonga Historical Note:
North Wahroonga is located 23 kilometres north west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of Ku-ring-gai Council. North Wahroonga is located on the upper north shore area of Sydney. Wahroonga to the south is a separate suburb.
Wahroonga is an Aboriginal word that means Our Home.
In the early days of European settlement cutting down trees was the main job as they needed to clear the land for housing. In 1822 the Wahroonga area was first settled by Thomas Hyndes who had been a convict, later becoming a wealthy land owner. There were many orchards in this area, so by the time the railway was built the area became a popular place in the 1920’s and 1930’s for wealthy businessmen to build out of town getaways with large gardens.
North Wahroonga is surrounded by the suburbs of Asquith, Hornsby, Waitara, Mount Colah, Wahroonga and North Turramurra.