Population: 11,040
Average Age: 40 to 59
Owner: 82%
Renter: 18%
Family: 64%
Single: 36%

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Positioned in the leafy Upper North Shore of Sydney, Pymble is 16 kilometres north-west
of the Sydney Central Business District in the local government area of Ku-ring-gai
Council. West Pymble is a separate suburb, surrounded by Lane Cove National Park.
Pymble is a predominantly residential area with tree-lined streets, many substantial
homes and gardens, numerous parks, nature reserves, and active pockets of commercial
activity. Kuring-gai Town Hall is also located in Pymble.

 

Pymble railway station is on the Sydney Trains North Shore, Northern & Western
Line. Transdev NSW buses operate route 579 from Pymble Station (departing
Grandview St) to East Turramurra (peak hours only) and route 560 from Gordon
Station to West Pymble (half-hourly service). Route 575 also operates along the Pacific
Highway past the railway station (half-hourly service). It goes to West Pymble &
Macquarie southbound & to Turramurra & Hornsby northbound. There is a taxi stand
on the eastern side of the station in Grandview Street.

Pymble boasts several high-achieving schools. These are;
Pymble Ladies’ College (K-12)
Pymble Public School
Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School (K-6)
Gordon West Public School (K-6) located in West Pymble.

Pymble is also home to Pymble Chapel and St Swithun’s Anglican Church.

Residents of Pymble enjoy a great sense of community with an abundance of parks,
recreational and sporting facilities. These include;
Pymble Park
Bannockburn Oval
The Pymble Soldiers Memorial
Dalrymple-Hay Nature Reserve
Sheldon Forest
Walter Cresswell O’Reilly lookout
West Pymble Football Club
Pymble Golf Club
North Shore Gym
Avondale Golf Club.