Population: 9,774
Average Age: 40 to 59
Owner: 74%
Renter: 26%
Family: 59%
Single: 41%


Positioned in the highly-sought after Upper North Shore of Sydney, Lindfield
is 13 kilometres north-west of the Sydney Central Business District and is in the
local government area of Ku-ring-gai Council.

This suburb of 5.17 square kilometres contains residential housing of California
bungalow and federation style, in double brick and tile construction.

Australian native bushland in Garigal National Park and Lane Cove National Park
borders the suburb. The suburb is known for its leafy surrounds and relaxed suburban lifestyle.

Lindfield railway station is on the North Shore, Northern & Western Line of the Sydney Trains
network and is about 30 minutes by train from the Sydney central business district.
The Pacific Highway is the main arterial road through Lindfield. Lindfield has a small commercial
area on both sides of Lindfield railway station on the Pacific Highway and Lindfield Avenue.

Schools in the suburb comprise:
Lindfield Public School
Lindfield East Public School
Newington College Preparatory School
Holy Family Catholic Primary School
Masada College (K-6)
Lindfield Learning Village public school.

Lindfield has five places of worship:
St Albans Anglican Church
Holy Family Catholic Church
Lindfield Uniting Church
The North Shore Synagogue.

Lindfield Library is a branch of the Ku-ring-gai Municipal Library Network.
There are two community halls:
East Lindfield Community Hall at Crana Avenue
West Lindfield Community Hall at Moore Avenue.

There are two tennis courts at Lindfield Community Centre (behind the library) and a further two
courts at Lindfield Park in Tryon Road.

Commercial developments in Lindfield are situated along the Pacific Highway,
Lindfield Shopping Village and nearby Tryon Road.
Lindfield is home to many food stores, cafes and restaurants including;
Supamart IGA
Harris Farm
Chinese Restaurants
Thai Resturants
Goodfields Eatery