Hunters Hill is a suburb in the North Shore and Northern Suburbs of Sydney, NSW. It is 9 kilometres northwest of the Sydney central business district and is the administrative centre for the local government area of the Municipality of Hunters Hill.
It is on a small peninsula that separates the Lane Cove River and Parramatta River and can be reached by bus or by ferry.
The area has commercial areas. A group of shops is located on the corner of Alexandra and Ferry Streets, with others scattered further along these streets and on Woolwich Road.
The major commercial area is located around the intersection of Ryde Road and Gladesville Road, near the Burns Bay Road overpass and the Hunters Hill Hotel. It was re-developed in 2013.
With an area of 5.75 square kilometres including some 650,000 square metres, it has beautiful parks and reserves visited by many. Developments are mostly residential.
It has a number of heritage-listed buildings and is positioned near the confluence of the Lane Cove and Parramatta Rivers, as well as the headwaters of Sydney Harbour, which provides river and harbour views. Previously having a number of residents of French extraction, it was known as the "French Village" and shares a friendship with a sister city near Paris, Le Vésinet.
Art Classes from Les Petits Painters
The art classes are held at the Sunday school room of the historic St. Mark's Anglican Church of Hunters Hill
St. Mark's Anglican Church of Hunters Hill
Figtree Road, Hunters Hill
Tuesdays 3:45 p.m.-5:15 p.m. (ages 5-9 years)
Term 1 for Hunters Hill: February 9 - March 30
$320 per term (8 weeks) for ages 5-9 years
All materials are included in the fee.
We will provide a smock for your child to wear over the clothes, but please ensure that your child's clothes can be soiled.
Use the Google Map below to find your way to our art classes:
- Houses in Hunters Hill, NSW as seen from Loop Road; photo by Adam J.W.C.
- Hunters Hill Sailing Club on Parramatta River; photo by Hpeterswald.
- St. Mark's Anglican Church of Hunters Hill; image by Alan Patterson.