Chatswood

Chatswood

Chatswood is one of the suburbs of Sydney, the State capital of New South Wales (Australia). The suburb is located 10 kilometers north of Sydney’s Central Business District. Apart from this, the suburb is a major business district in the Lower North Shore of Sydney. Chatswood is home to some of the notable icons such as Cricketer Mark Taylor, Prime Minister Gough Whitlam, Artist Arthur Murch etc.

Population, Postcode and Land area

The estimated population in Chatswood as of 2011 was 21,194 and the postcode of this suburb is 2067. The land area of this suburb covers around 3km2.

Suburbs around Chatswood

Suburbs which are surrounded by Chatswood are Roseville, Castle Cove, Middle Cove, Chatswood West, North Willoughby, Lane Cove, Artarmon and Willoughby.

Climate conditions in Chatswood

The average rainfall recorded throughout the year is nearly 1,131mm, in which the months from January to June receive abundant rainfall. However, the temperature hovers around at an average of 20 deg Celsius.

Tourist attractions in Chatswood

Chatswood has some tourist attractions and heritage sites such as Lane Cove River Tourist Park, Lane Cove National Park, Darling Harbour, Sydney Opera House, Luna Park Sydney, Sydney Observatory, Susannah Place Museum, Jenkins Hall, Madame Tussauds Sydney, The Cutaway at Barangaroo Point, BridgeClimb Sydney etc.

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