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Horningsea Park

The suburb of Horningsea Park is named after a heritage listed homestead on Camden Valley Way with historical links to our early explorers. The land was a pastoral grant of 500 acres from Governor Lachlan Macquarie to Lieutenant Joshua John Moore in 1819 who designed and built the homestead between 1830 and 1839 and later sold the property in 1855. Interestingly, Pawel Strzelecki, a Polish explorer and discoverer of Mt Kosciuszko lived at Horningsea Park in the 1840s.

In 1976, the house was classified by the National trust of Australia and reconstructed and restored in 1982.

Real Estate

Horningsea Park is primarily a residential suburb with a mix of housing options. The suburb offers detached houses, townhouses, and some apartment complexes. Housing in the area is typically of modern design, with both newer developments and established homes.


The suburb has a community-oriented atmosphere and local events and activities are organised to foster community spirit. Community groups and organisations may offer opportunities for residents to connect and participate in various activities.

The suburb features parks and recreational areas, providing opportunities for outdoor activities. Horningsea Park reserve and other green spaces are suitable for sports and leisure.


Primary schools and childcare centres are located in the area with additional schooling options and higher education institutions in neighbouring suburbs.


Horningsea Park is well connected to to transportation networks. Major roadways including the M7 and M5 provide convenient access to other parts of Sydney. Public transportation options are available through bus services.

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