A family friendly suburb on Sydney’s Upper North shore, Thornleigh has the feel of a country town in reach of Sydney. Neighboring the north by Waitara Creek, many properties are built amongst bushland or located on hills with sweeping bush views.
Families have access to an abundance of private, public and selective schools, as well as access to parks, sporting facilities, tennis courts and outdoor activities. Thornleigh is home to the gorgeous Lorna Pass walking track, part of the Great North Walk, a long-distance bush-walking trail that stretches all the way between Sydney and Newcastle.
Thornleigh Marketplace offers convenient shopping including Woolworths and Aldi. For specialty shopping Hornsby Westfield is just 10 minutes away. The area is also home to a great variety of farmers’ markets.
For commuters, there is a large (and free) Park and Ride car park next to the station, a direct train to the city, and easy access to the M1 Pacific Motorway and the M2 Hills Motorway.
Thornleigh West Public School
Normanhurst West Public School
Pennant Hills High
St.Leo’s Catholic College
25km from Sydney
Thornleigh railway station is on the North Shore, Northern & Western Line of the Sydney Trains network