Population: 22,173
Average Age: 20 to 39
Owner: 56%
Renter: 44%
Family: 55%
Single: 45%


Hornsby is 25 kilometres north-west of the Sydney central business district and is the administrative centre of the local
government area of Hornsby Shire.

Situated in the Upper North Shore of Sydney, Hornsby is a thriving area with residents enjoying a wide range of parks including:
Lisgar Gardens
Edgeworth David Gardens
Ginger Meggs Park
Reddy Park
Rofe Park
Willow Park
Crosslands Reserve
Holman Park
Montview Park and Oval
Hornsby Park

Hornsby also has many shops, recreational and sporting facilities,
amenities and services. These include;
Hornsby Westfield
Hornsby Aquatic Centre
Hornsby Mountain Bike Trail
Asquith Bowling & Recreation Club
Hornsby RSL
Hornsby Post Office
Hornsby Shire Council
Event Cinemas
Hornsby Shire Library
Hornsby TAFE College.

Hornsby railway station is the junction of the T1 North Shore & Northern Line of the Sydney Trains network and is
a hub for services. There are frequent railway services to the central business district via Strathfield
or via Gordon. Intercity and regional trains also stop at Hornsby on the way to the Central Coast, Newcastle and further north.
Bus services operate from Hornsby Station Interchange. Services are operated between Hornsby and local residential areas.
There are also bus services from the Hornsby Interchange to Macquarie University, the City and Parramatta.

Hornsby is home to many prestigious and high-performing schools. These are;
Hornsby North Public School
Hornsby South Public School
Hornsby Heights Public School
Clarke Road Special School
Barker College
Hornsby Girls’ High School

There are several places of worship in Hornsby including;
Hornsby Uniting Church
Community Church Hornsby
Christian Fellowship Hornsby
Hornsby Catholic Parish.