Population: 17,295
Average Age: 40 to 59
Owner: 85%
Renter: 15%
Family: 64%
Single: 36%
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Situated in the tranquil and leafy Upper North Shore of Sydney, St Ives is 18
kilometres north of the Sydney Central Business District in the local government
area of Ku-ring-gai Council.

St Ives Shopping Village opened in the 1960s. The centre has over 110 stores, including;
Harris Farm Markets, Coles and Woolworths as well as specialty food outlets, boutique
fashion stores and cafes.

Village Green is a popular park in St Ives. Village Green is directly opposite St Ives
Shopping Village. The park is bordered on three streets, Memorial Avenue, Village
Green Parade and Cowan Road. The park includes sporting fields, baseball fields,
tennis courts and a skate park.

St Ives is home to many prestigious and high-achieving schools including;
Sydney Grammar School (St Ives Campus)(K-6)
St Ives Public School (K-6)
St Ives Park Public School(K-6)
St Ives North Public School (K-6)
St Ives High School (7-12)
Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School(K-6)
Brigidine College(7-12)
Masada College(P-12)

St Ives boasts several sporting teams and facilities including;
St Ives Rugby Club, who play at Hassell Park.
St Ives Wahroonga Cricket Club, who play at Hassell Park.
Pymble Golf Club, Cowan Road.
St Ives Soccer Club, who play at Warrimoo Oval, St Ives Chase.
St Ives Saints Australian Football Club who play at Acron Oval.
Northside Monash Soccer Club, who play at Mimosa Oval.
St Ives Netball Club.
St Ives Softball Club, who play at St Ives Village Green.
North St Ives Scouts whose hall lies adjacent to Warrimoo Oval, St Ives Chase.
St Ives Radio Control Car Club, racing at St Ives Showgrounds.

 

 

Population: 3,163
Average Age: 40 to 59
Owner: 92%
Renter: 8%
Family: 67%
Single: 33%
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St Ives Chase is a bushland suburb neighboring St Ives.
It is a separate suburb from St Ives, which lies to its south.
By road, St Ives Chase can only be accessed via St Ives. Warrimoo Avenue is the main
road used to access streets in St Ives Chase. Many properties sit very close to the bush.
As St Ives Chase has no through traffic, there are rarely traffic delays in the suburb. A
common route to the city is via the North Shore’s Eastern Arterial Road.

Buses to St Ives Chase include Forest Coach Lines route 195 to/from Gordon railway
station and route 194/594 from St Ives through St Ives Chase to the city. North
Turramurra and Bobbin Head are accessible via bush tracks in the National Park.

St Ives Chase is almost entirely zoned for either residential or recreational means. The
suburb does have a small shopping complex which include a medical centre, seven-day
corner shop, a liquor shop, a chemist, Pizza restaurant and a hair dresser. The adjacent
Caltex petrol station is the only other commercial outlet in the area.