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Cammeray is a suburban neighbourhood located five kilometres north of Sydney’s central business district (CBD). It is a component of the territory governed by the North Sydney Council.
Miller Street is Cammeray’s main business avenue. There are a number of shops and establishments along its length, including restaurants, cafes, a petrol station, and the local post office. Cammeray Square, located on Miller Street, is a modern shopping and residential complex. There is also a small business zone on Cammeray Road near to Green Park, giving the surrounding area a village feel.
Cammeray’s location, adjacent to Sydney’s central business area and the Warringah freeway, makes it easy for residents and visitors to commute in any direction. Public transportation is provided by buses, and Cammeray is the final southbound station for services that head to the Sydney Central Business District via the Warringah Freeway. Other bus routes to North Sydney, Milsons Point, and Crows Nest are available.
Cammeray’s natural woodlands and middle harbour provide chances for activities like bushwalking and boating, while the suburb itself has a number of recreational amenities and open spaces.
Tunks Park is a large recreational and sporting area that is surrounded on all sides by woodland and has middle harbour to the east. It has open space, walking trails, playgrounds, and picnic areas, as well as three sports fields for cricket in the summer, soccer and rugby in the winter, and other outdoor activities in the winter. As the neighbouring bushwalking trails continue in the direction of Naremburn (to the west) and Northbridge (to the east), it is a well-known area for getting some exercise and walking one’s dog (to the north). Middle Harbour is accessible by small boats via a public boat ramp on the smaller side.
Cammeray Park is a large green park with an artificial turf field that can be utilised for soccer and rugby all year. Private sports facilities, such as golf courses, tennis courts, skate parks, and cricket fields, surround it on all sides.
A green park is an urban open grass space used for a variety of recreational activities as well as dog walking. A childcare centre and two public tennis courts are also available.
The majority of the activities in Anzac Park are related to picnicking and dog walking, and the park also has a large community garden. The western portion contains a grove of turpentine trees flanked by plaques commemorating Australian service women and men who served in various theatres during World War II. These plaques can be seen at North Sydney War Memorial.
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