Located 9 kilometres north-west of Sydney CBD, the Hunters Hill Local Government Area is inclusive of suburbs Hunters Hill, Woolwich, Henley, Huntleys Cove, Huntleys Point and part of Gladesville.
Our residents enjoy many lifestyle assets - from bushland, to Sydney Harbour foreshore, and vibrant local villages. The area exudes beauty, both on and off the streets. Boasting many heritage-listed homes, sandstone workers' cottages and waterfront homes, Hunters Hill is home to a community that has been nurtured by generations.
Visually, it is easy to see why Hunters Hill is recognised as Australia's Oldest Garden Suburb. In addition to the beautiful bush and gardens, over 70% of the Municipality is declared a conservation area.
Today, Hunters Hill has a population of 14,909 and is well-known for its schools, accessible location, open spaces and community spirit. The area brings great value and satisfaction to residents and the wider community.
Hunters Hill Museum is located within the Town Hall and is home to many items significant to Hunters Hill's rich history, along with a newly opened Community Art Gallery. The museum is run by the Hunters Hill Historical Society.
Hunter's Hill Council acknowledges the Wallumedegal people of the Eora Nation as the traditional custodians of all land and water of the Hunters Hill Local Government Area.