Waverton, NSW is a suburb of North Sydney in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It is located about 10 km north-west of the Sydney central business district and sits on the northern bank of the Parramatta River. The population was 4,909 at 2016 census. Waverton has become a popular location for family homes over recent years due to its proximity to schools, parks, and other amenities such as shops and restaurants.
Waverton has a median age of 36 years, which is significantly higher than Sydney’s average at 30 years old. This may be due to proximity of homes and schools in this area as well as being an appealing suburb for families with children.
Many people who live here work from their own home or have flexible hours that allow them to spend more time with family while still earning money through private tutoring or online selling products such as clothes and cosmetics.
Waverton provides excellent public transport connections via buses and trains that are easily accessible from nearby Olympic Park station on Bancroft Avenue – one stop along the Northern line train route towards Hornsby! Alternatively, the suburb is easily accessible from the Warringah Freeway at North Sydney.
Waverton also has an excellent range of cafes and restaurants that are great for a morning coffee with friends or catching up on emails while enjoying some sunshine!
If you’re looking to invest in property, Waverton should be taken into consideration as its close proximity to shops, parks and transport make this suburb one of the best locations available.
There are different types of housing that are available in the suburb, and prices range from $750,000 – $900,000 for a family home. Some of the most popular types of housing are terrace houses, townhouses, and medium-density apartments.
The suburb is relatively safe, with the most common crime being burglary. There is police statics that shows the total number of crimes reported from 2013-2016 and there has been a steady decline in major crime rates.
The suburb is serviced by different public schools including Waverton Public School, which offers full primary education for students aged between five to twelve years old and then Tuckshop College on Parramatta Road provides secondary school courses for those who are looking to complete year ten in order to gain an ATAR score.
Many people choose this area as it’s close proximity to shops, parks and other amenities make it one of the most appealing suburbs available!