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The North Shore is a term used to describe the primarily residential area of northern metropolitan Sydney, in New South Wales, Australia. The term refers to the suburbs located on the north shore of Sydney Harbour up to Hornsby and between Middle Harbour and the Lane Cove River.

Before British settlement, the Lower North Shore was home to the Gorualgal (Mosman and southern Willoughby) and Cammeraygal (North Sydney and Eastern Lane Cove).

After the establishment of Sydney in 1788, settlement of the North Shore of the harbour was quite limited. One of the first settlers was James Milson who lived in the vicinity of Jeffrey Street in Kirribilli, directly opposite Sydney Cove. The north shore was more rugged than the southern shore and western areas of the harbour and had limited agricultural potential. The early activities in the area included tree felling, boatbuilding and some orchard farming in the limited areas of good soil. The North Shore railway line was built in the 1890s. Access to the Sydney CBD, located on the southern shore of the harbour remained difficult until the completion of the Sydney Harbour Bridge in 1932. This led to commencement the development of suburbs on the North Shore.

The region is home to hundreds of parks and reserves, including Sydney Harbour National Park and the Lane Cove National Park. Local sports grounds include North Sydney Oval, the region's largest in capacity, followed by Chatswood Oval and Christie Park. Major waterways in the region include Port Jackson, the Lane Cove River, the Parramatta River, Middle Harbour and the many creek systems that branch out from these main aquatic lifelines.

Suburbs include Chatswood, Lane Cove, St Leonards, Willoughby, Asquith, Berowra, Hornsby, Normanshurst, Gordon, Lindfield, Pymble, St Ives, Turramurra, Wahroonga, Crows Nest, Mosman, Neutral Bay, North Sydney, Artarmon, Lane Cove North, Greenwich, Naremburn, Castle Cove, Mount Colah, Brooklyn, Waitara, Thornleigh, Killara, Roseville, Northbridge, Cowan, Westleigh, Warrawee, Cammeray, Waverton, Kirribilli, Lavender Bay, Tennyson Point, Northwood, Mount Kuring-gai, Milsons Point, Linley Point, Henley, Wollstonecraft, Cremorne, Castlecrag, McMahons Point, Cremorne Point, Kurraba Point and Riverview.