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Killarney Heights is 12 kilometres north-east of the Sydney central business district in the local government area of Northern Beaches Council. Killarney Heights is part of the Northern Beaches and also considered to be part of the Forest District, colloquially known as The Forest. Killarney Heights has panoramic views of Middle Harbour from a few locations. The suburb is located on a peninsula bound by the waters of Middle Harbour to the south-west towards Roseville Chase and Bantry Bay to the east. Garigal National Park is on the eastern border.

The commercial area features several restaurants and specialty stores, including a Japanese Bakery, French Patisserie, Chinese Restaurant, and the Talking Heads Cafe on the ground level. There is also a fresh fruit & vegetable shop that serves as a mini-grocer and features organic meats from the wholesale butcher (now closed down) in the retail shops area. There are also many professional shops and offices providing a range of services, including tax accounting, dance and music schools, early educational tutoring, financial planning, a shoe shop (which is now closed down), hair salon, swimming pool supplies, bottle shop, skin care, landscape architects and the suburb's only real estate office, Ray White Fairweather Group. A playground suitable for young children is situated in the centre for the shops and this area is a popular gathering place for local parents and children, especially in the hours immediately after school, from 3pm onwards.

Killarney Heights is accessible by road, via the Roseville Bridge and Forest Way. Killarney Heights is about 20mins from the city during non peak hours. The only public transport around this area is through a private bus company, Forest Coach Lines. Routes that go through Killarney Heights include services to and from the City and Chatswood.