Roseville is a suburb hidden under greenery 12km north of the Sydney CBD. Filled with old federation houses shrouded by foliage, this suburb is filled almost completely with low density houses, and yet it is situated directly on a train line.
There can’t be too many places in the world like Roseville. Roseville is filled with spawning mansions walking distance from the train station hidden in the vegetation. Its atmosphere is quiet, relaxed and feels almost like a national park.
If you want to go at a slow place, and leave the hustle and bustle of the city to escape to lush parks and maybe catch a film in the old art deco movie cinema, them you should add Roseville to your ‘to explore’ list
- Where: Roseville is located in the Upper North Shore distinct of Sydney, Australia.
- How: Roseville can be reached by train, take the T1 North shore Line towards Berowra or Hornsby via Gordon. (Tip ensure the train is NOT a limited stop train, and that the train is going via Gordon and NOT Macquarie Park.)
- Cost: An Adult ticket is $4.20 one way on an Opal card (as at date of posting)
Roseville feels a world away from the Sydney CBD, it even feels a world away from Chatswood the next station down the line.