Where is NSROC?

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NSROC includes a geographic area of almost 680 square kilometres in the northern side of Sydney, Australia and is home to around 580,000 people. It includes the Council areas of : Hornby Shire, Hunter’s Hill,  North S
ydney, Ku-ring-gai, Lane Cove, Ryde and Willoughby.

The region is incredibly diverse with high urban concerntrations and major business districts and  major National Parks (Ku-ring-gai and Lane Cove) and bushland reserves.  It southern end boarders onto the famous Sydney Harbour.

For current information about demographics, economic and community data go to Themes

The NSROC Regional Profile was created in 2002 to provide a snapshot of the Northern Sydney Region. The profile presents a wide range of material that illustrates the rich and varied diversity that makes the Northern Sydney Region a unique area in which to live, work and play. The profile does not pretend to provide all the data for the region – just a cross section of an area that covers more than 680 square kilometres and is home for more than half a million people.