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Overview Located 6 kilometres northeast of the Sydney central business district, Cremorne is a suburb on the Lower North Shore of Sydney. Cremorne Junction is adjacent to the suburb, and there is a small residential suburb of Cremorne Point. The suburb is situated between Mosman and Neutral Bay. As per the 2016 population census, there were 11,227 residents in Cremorne.
Living in Cremorne Cremorne is known for its wide, leafy, and tree-lined streets. The suburb has several heritage-listed sites on the North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2013 (LEP) and the New South Wales State Heritage Register (SHR). These sites include 8 Bannerman Street (Dalkeith Property), 7 Cranbrook Avenue (Belvedere), 11 Cranbrook Avenue (Egglemont), 274 Military Road, 380 Military Road, and 53-57 Murdoch Street (Cremorne Girls High School). Cremorne has many places to visit, including Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace, Seven Angels, Ussedabbussed Vintage Department Store, and more.
History of Cremorne Cremorne was inhabited by the Cam-mer-ray-gal group of the Ku-ring-gai Aboriginal nation. The group which acquired the north shore of Port Jackson was one of the largest in the Sydney area. The suburb was named after the Cremorne Gardens in London. It was a pleasure ground in England and derived its name from the old Irish words Crich Mugdornd.
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