Nestled between Middle Harbour and Lane Cove National Park, Roseville was once fruit orchard farming and market gardens. Roseville has evolved into a prestigious neighbourhood that is home to a mix of retirees and affluent young families.
The mélange of architectural styles exhibited in the homes of Roseville provides an elegant backdrop to this family friendly suburb. Most of these character homes have been tastefully renovated and maintained, as have their large, well-established gardens.
Roseville has a villages-style shopping centre with cafes and restaurants, specialty shops and the art deco Roseville Cinema. Roseville Cinema has two screens and innovative ‘Crying Rooms’ in both theatres, allowing parents to bring young children to the movies without disturbing other patrons.
An abundance of parks, prestigious schools and direct access to neighbouring Chatswood, North Sydney and Sydney’s CBD – this is one highly sought after neighbourhood.
Roseville Public School
Lindfield High School
12km from Sydney
North Shore Train Line
Buses service the area
Ku-ring-gai Art Centre
Roseville Golf Club
Roseville Park Tennis Club