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Asquith is located 26 km north-west of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of Hornsby Shire. The suburb contains a section of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park on its eastern side. It may be considered part of the Hills District, the Upper North Shore, or the Northern Suburbs. Asquith was named in 1915 after the then Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, H. H. Asquith.

Asquith railway station opened on 1 November 1915, in conjunction with land released by R. Halloran & Company. Asquith post office opened on 27 September 1920 and Asquith school opened during March 1930. Wrigley's Chewing Gum factory opened its first Australian office in 1961 in Asquith, and continues to operate from the same site.

Schools The suburb is home to Asquith Public School which opened in 1930 and is located in Dudley Street and St Patrick's Primary school opened in 1958 and is located in Royston Parade. Asquith also has two high schools being separate Boys and Girls High Schools. The Boys school is located on the Pacific Highway. The Girls school is located in Stokes Avenue. Asquith railway station is on the North Shore, Northern & Western Line of the Sydney Trains network. Hornsby Maintenance Depot, a large train depot, is within the suburb.