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Location and Transport Links

Forestville is located 15 kilometres north-east of the Sydney CBD and centred around a village shopping centre. It is located in the local government area of Warringah Council and is about a 12 minute drive to the beaches and a 25 minute drive outside peak hour to the city. Commuting to the city takes around 30-40 mins via regular bus lines.

Property types

Forestville is a predominantly low density housing area, featuring many older homes dating back to the 1960’s on medium sized blocks. Knock down and rebuild has also been popular over the last 10 years. Due to the strict planning laws imposed by Warringah Council apartments are not very common in the area.

Shops and Restaurants

Forestville offers a wide choice of cafés and restaurants. The recent refurbishment of ‘The Centre’ has given the area a more cosmopolitan feel. With a variety of cuisines on offer from Sushi and Mediterranean to Thai and pizza, ‘The Centre’ has become a popular place for a nice meal. The local Forestville RSL plays an important role in the community providing great food and entertainment with live bands, poker, lawn bowls and trivia most nights of the week. Larger retail shops are just 15 minutes away at either Chatswood or Warringah Mall.

Schools and Educational Facilities

There are a wide of range public, private and specialised schools in and around Forestville; Oxford Falls Grammar, Catholic OLSH, Covenant Christian, Steiner, Killarney Heights to name a few. Killarney Heights is highly regarded as one of the top public schools in NSW.

Recreation and other Amenities

Many running, walking and mountain bike trails abound Garigal National Park. Jetts gym is located at The Centre. Forestville War Memorial Playing Fields including Melwood Sportsfields are a designated off-leash dog area. The fields were recently replaced with synthetic turf and cater for AFL, rugby, soccer and cricket. There are also new cricket nets, netball and basketball courts and tennis courts (owned by Forestville Park Tennis Club) available for use. The reserve also has a picnic area with barbeques, public toilets and a playground. The Roseville Marina and boat ramp are just down the road for water activities such as yachting, fishing, kayaking and water skiing.

Why people live in Forestville?

Surrounded by a number of parks and wildlife reserves, Forestville is an ideal family friendly environment for growing kids. Proximity to the beach, recreation areas and relative affordability are the key drivers.

Buyers’ Agent for Forestville

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