Cammeray

Cammeray is a suburb on the lower North Shore of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Cammeray is located 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) north of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of North Sydney Council. Cammeray is mostly a residential area. Some houses have waterfront access such as those in Cowdroy Avenue and the end of Cammeray Road, leading down to Folly Point.

Named after the Aboriginal Tribe, Cammeraygal, who lived there, Cammeray is a residential suburb of Sydney’s Lower North Shore that faces Long Bay on Middle Harbour, and is located just five kilometres from the CBD. Known for its tree lined streets and the ornate sandstone arches of the Long Gully Bridge, which connects Cammeray and Northbridge, it’s a popular suburb among couples and families.

Close to parks, city transport and schools, Cammeray is also home to its own thriving commercial area, which, spanning Miller Street, comprises restaurants, cafes, boutique shops, and the Stockland Shopping Centre.

Early in Cammeray’s history, a small number of dairy farms operated there until the 1880s, when the area around the present day’s Quarry Street was used as the site of Sydney’s first quarry, from which many of Sydney’s iconic sandstone blocks were extracted. Many of the homes and businesses in Cammeray were built with the same sandstone blocks that give the area its unique charm and character.

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