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Berowra is south-east of the suburbs of Berowra Heights and east of Berowra Waters. The name 'Berowra' traces significance of the Guringgai tribe, a Sydney Aboriginal Clan of the area. The word was thought to be a derivative interpreting 'place of many winds' however it actually means 'place of many shells' referring to the many shell middens on Berowra Creek. Berowra is largely residential with a small retail precinct lining the Pacific Highway near the train station. In May 2007 a new shopping complex opened on Turner Road in Berowra Heights; this was a landmark development for the future prospects of the area.

Berowra is easily accessed by road as the Pacific Highway runs through it and it also sits alongside the M1 Pacific Motorway, contributing to easy access to the major roads which traverse all areas of Sydney. Berowra is also easily accessed by frequent trains which stop at Berowra railway station. Trains on both the North Shore, Northern & Western Line and the Newcastle and Central Coast railway line provide services to Sydney, Hornsby, the Central Coast and Newcastle. Berowra is an Aboriginal word that means place of many winds. The Berowra area has many Aboriginal carvings and is the site of the world’s oldest living amphibian fossil.