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Welcome to our

10th Edition!  

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Hi there!
Welcome to the 10 Edition of our regional Visitors Guide, encompassing the Ku-ring-gai district as well as Hornsby Shire and the Hawkesbury.
The Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Visitors Guide (HKVG) is more than a guide for visitors, it is a treasure trove of exciting places and beauty spots to be enjoyed by all.
KEEP THIS GUIDE FOR READY REFERENCE!
You are about to explore those special places and share with your family and friends a unique and exciting discovery of history, adventure, beauty, food and wine that is the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai region.
Use the information in the HKVG to maximise your fun discovering what this exquisite region, encompassing waterways, foreshores, bushland, urban and rural getaways, has to offer.
We urge you to support the numerous wonderful local businesses  featured in this Guide as you explore the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai region. 
PLEASE SUPPORT OUR LOCAL BUSINESSES
HKVG is produced by local people who are passionate about sharing the wonders of the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai region.  Welove hearing feedback from our readers, so please let us know how our guide has helped you.
Enjoy your getaway!

 HKVG is an independent publication produced by local people who are passionate about sharing the wonders of the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai region with the world. We love hearing feedback from our readers, so please let us know how our guide has helped you. For further updates during your stay, please Like our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/HornsbyKu-ring-gaiVisitorsGuide Enjoy your getaway!


Kathie Comb & the HKVG team You can also read the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Visitors Guide online: www.hkvg.com.au The Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Visitors Guide is an independent magazine designed just for you – the visitor to this wonderful region. Have a great stay and please remember when you are out and about, let our advertisers know how you found them as it is only with their support that we can continue to bring you this free tourist magazine.


Getting here!
Getting to the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Region from the centre of Sydney is a 20 minute drive north along the Pacific Highway passing through the leafy northern suburbs or a leisurely train trip on the North Shore Line. Take the time to travel north from Sydney and create happy holiday memories that will stay with you forever.

 

 

The Hornsby Shire Visitors Guide services the following suburbs and rural localities of Arcadia, Asquith, Beecroft, Berowra, Berowra Creek, Berowra Heights, Berowra Waters, Berrilee, Brooklyn, Canoelands, Carlingford (part), Castle Hill (part), Cheltenham, Cherrybrook, Cowan, Dangar Island, Dural (part), Epping (part), Epping North, Fiddletown, Forest Glen, Galston, Glenhaven (part), Glenorie (part), Hornsby, Hornsby Heights, Laughtondale, Maroota (part), Middle Dural (part), Milsons Passage, Mount Colah, Mount Kuring-gai, Normanhurst, Pennant Hills, Singletons Mill, Thornleigh, Wahroonga (part), Waitara, Westleigh, West Pennant Hills (part) and Wisemans Ferry (part).