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Overview East Killara is a suburb located on Sydney's upper North Shore in New South Wales, Australia. It is neighbouring the following suburbs: Gordon, Killara, Lindfield, St. Ives, East Lindfield, Davidson, Belrose, and Forestville. As of the 2016 census, the population of East Killara was 13,550.
Living in East Killara East Killara is a clean and green suburb surrounded by nature. The median age of Killara residents is 41 years old, a bit higher than Sydney's average of 37 years old. The suburb is relatively new, being built in the 1990s. It is set in bushlands that are home to Rabbits and Turkeys. The houses in East Killara are spacious and have large front yards. East Killara is home to a small shopping centre that contains a bakery, a supermarket, a café, a pharmacy, a fruit market, a liquor store, a hairdresser, a real estate agent and a Chinese restaurant. The suburb is also home to Killara High School, a Public Secondary School.
History of East Killara Killara is an Aboriginal word meaning "permanent" or "always there". East Killara was gazetted as a separate suburb from Killara on 5 August 1994. The Killara High School was opened in 1968 as a co-educational school on the Koola Avenue of East Killara.
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