Hunters Hill

Hunters Hill Municipality is located about 7 kilometres from the Sydney GPO. Hunters Hill is the smallest local government area in metropolitan Sydney, covering an area of 6 square kilometres, and is recognised as Australia’s oldest garden suburb, with 75% of the Municipality declared a conservation area. Hunters Hill is bound by Buffalo Creek and the Lane Cove River in the north, Tarban Creek and the Parramatta River in the south, and Punt Road, Victoria Road, Pittwater Road and the City of Ryde in the west.

The Municipality includes the suburbs of Gladesville (part), Henley, Hunters Hill, Huntleys Cove, Huntleys Point and Woolwich. The Municipality is predominantly a residential area with very little commercial or industrial land use.

Data for this website has been sourced from Council’s financial statements, Council’s annual report and Council’s data returns. The website also refers to data from a number of agencies and entities. Please refer to the data page of this website for links to definitions, information on performance measures, benchmarks, OLG Groups and the data sources that have been used.

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Contacting Council

Town Hall, 22 Alexandra Street
Hunters Hill NSW 2110
Postal Address:
PO Box 21, Hunters Hill NSW 2110
Phone: 02 9879 9400
Fax: 02 9809 7338

Your Local Government Area

Population (No.) 13,591
Area (Km2) 5.7
Council Classification Metropolitan
OLG Group 2
State Planning Region Metropolitan Sydney

Your Council

Result Group Avg. *
Councillors (No.) 7 9
Population per Councillor (No.) 1,942 4,389
Equivalent Full Time Staff (EFT) (No.) 40 193
2021/22 Revenue ($'000) 18,820,000 63,193,500
2021/22 Expenses ($'000) 19,730,000 54,672,833
Residential Pensioner Rebates (%) 7 6
Population Density (residents per Km2) 2,347 3,798
* A NSW council group is determined firstly by whether they are Urban or Rural in nature, and then by population size and density. Please refer to OLG Groups in data tab on website for more information on how individual councils are classified. An OLG group average is then calculated by the average of the same group number eg. All Group 5 Regional Towns/City or all Group 8 Rural.

Your Public Facilities

Result Group Avg.
Public Swimming Pool Complexes (inc rock pools) (No.) 1 1
Public Halls (No.) 5 6
Public Libraries (No.) Not recorded 2
Open Public Space (ha) 103 116
Total Road Length (km) 56 97

Demographics of Population

under 20 years
20 - 59 years
60 years and older

Council population (%)

Group population (%)


population change last 5 years

Source: ABS, Estimated Resident Population (ERP)

Your Local Population

Latest Outcome Group Avg.
Five Year Population Change (%) -7.8 -2.1
Population aged under 20 years (%) 17.3 15.7
Population aged between 20 and 59 years (%) 59 66.6
Population aged 60 years and older (%) 23.8 17.7
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders (%) 1 0
Speaks language other than English at home (%) 28 22
Socio-Economic Index Rank (1 low, 128 high) 125 121

Council Population Gender

Aboriginal & Torres
Strait Islander

Language Diversity

Rest of population

Your local population (%)

Your Local Economy

Result Group Avg.
Unemployment Rate (%) 3.9 2.7
Avg Taxable Income ($) 133,603 113,213
Avg Household Size (No.) 2.7 2.6
Value of DA's determined ($'000) 70,746,267 251,919,386
Active Businesses in LGA (No.) 1,996 5,428

Largest Industry Employer

Professional Scientific & Technical Services