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Wahroonga is a suburb on the Upper North Shore of Sydney, NSW, 22 km north-west of the Sydney CBD, in the local government area of Ku-ring-gai Council and Hornsby Shire. Wahroonga is an Aboriginal word meaning our home.
In the early days of British settlement in New South Wales, the main activity was cutting down the tall trees which grew there. Wahroonga was first settled in 1822 by Thomas Hyndes, a convict who became a wealthy landowner. Hyndes's land was later acquired by John Brown, a merchant and timber-getter. After Brown had cleared the land of timber, he planted orchards. After the North Shore railway line was opened in 1890, Wahroonga became a popular place for wealthy businessmen to build out-of-town residences with large gardens.
Wahroonga has several small shopping villages, such as Wahroonga shopping village with several small restaurants, Hampden Avenue shopping centre in East Wahroonga and Fox Valley Shopping Centre in South Wahroonga on Fox Valley Road. Wahroonga is known for its tree-lined, shady streets. Notable streets include Burns Road, Water Street and Billyard Avenue.