Longueville is a prestigious suburb in Sydney lower north shore. Inside the community, you will find sporting clubs for tennis, golf, bowling, and yoga to name a few activities the locals enjoy. On any given day, you might see locals enjoying a kayak, yacht, or dingy ride in the Lane Cove River. Longueville streets are wide and perfect for children to play and enjoy the outdoors. This is a suburb where people who move here become part of the community and they tend to stay and retire here due to its accessibility to everything you need and desire and the peaceful nature of Longueville in general. Sydney buses and the Lane Cove ferry system provide ample access to public transport.
Longueville, a lower north shore suburb of Sydney that sits 8 kilometres of the CBD, is smaller,...
This reserve features ample shaded areas, parklands, and playground equipment. Picnic seating and barbeque facilities make this an ideal park for picnics. The views of the Land Cove River are so picturesque from here, that painters love using it as their subject for beautiful artistic works.
• Aquatic Park, on Mary Street, is a riverside park with a slopping grassy landscape along the Lane Cove River foreshore. The amenities include playground equipment, picnic tables, and electric barbeque facilities.
• Kingsford Smith Oval, on the corner of Stuart and Kenneth Street has a children's playground complete with equipment, cricket nets and pitch, a basketball ring, public toilets, and a pavilion. The oval is used for club soccer and cricket. There is also a tennis practice wall and an off-leash area for dogs, which are restricted during games.
• Central Park is on Kenneth Street and is next door to a bowling club and restaurant. The grounds are level with grassy open spaces and a pretty rose garden. It features a tennis practice wall, swings for kids, and...
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