Land and surrounds
Learn about Ku-ring-gai's natural environment, flora and fauna, suburbs, transport and more.
Situated just 16 kilometres from the city on Sydney’s leafy North Shore, Ku-ring-gai is known for its unique natural and urban environments.
Learn how Council is preventing and managing local bushfires, how you can prepare your home and emergency contact information.
Find out about our suburbs - Gordon, Killara, Lindfield, Pymble, Roseville, St Ives, Turramurra, Wahroonga and Warrawee.
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Ku-ring-gai is bound by Garigal National Park in the east, Lane Cove National Park in the west and Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park in the north.
Ku-ring-gai is situated on the North Shore train line and has a network of bus routes.
Ku-ring-gai is located on the Hornsby Plateau with four main ridges and a diverse range of habitats.
Learn about the amazing fauna in Ku-ring-gai and how you can help to protect them.
Ku-ring-gai is bursting with stunning native plants. High rainfall and rich clay soils support over 800 plant species, including 18 threatened species
Ku-ring-gai spans three of Sydney's major catchments. Find out more about our waterways and catchments.