Bask in the vibrant magic of the North Shore from an iconic new address. symphony of urban convenience, leafy surrounds and bustling village life, AURA by Aqualand is a stylish, sophisticated expression of modern harbourside living.

With significant private and government investment in the area, AURA by Aqualand is set to benefit from this exciting transformation of North Sydney.



Stroll past the nostalgic glamour of Luna Park, jump on a train over the Sydney Harbour Bridge, ferry yourself over to Circular Quay, past the Prime Minister’s Kirribilli House, the Sydney Opera House and the Royal Botanic Gardens. A world of culture, colour and design, both man-made and heaven sent, is at your front door just waiting to be stumbled upon.

Victoria Cross


North Sydney is on the precipice of something remarkable with plans afoot to usher in a new generation of homeowners, businesses, and visitors.

Central to this masterplan is the new Victoria Cross station adjacent to AURA, part of the new Metro line. Scheduled to open in 2024, the station will connect residents with Barangaroo in just three minutes, Martin Place in five minutes, Chatswood in six minutes and Central station in nine minutes, adding to the flurry of trains, buses, ferries, freeways, pedestrian thoroughfares and cycling pathways already on your doorstep.

Victoria Cross Station

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A new era
for North Sydney

With rejuvenation of public spaces, the new Victoria Cross metro line, $11 billion in proposed new building projects, and more than 30 new retail and hospitality brands across 2440sqm due to arrive in the coming years, North Sydney is destined to be more connected and convenient than ever.

New laneways running between buildings with a new Ward Street Precinct and Berry Square sprouting vibrant new cafes, bars and walking food trails that add exciting chapters in the evolving cultural ecosystem of the area.

The closure of Miller Street, between Berry Street and the Pacific Highway, gives room for an epic 7,450sqm public plaza outside the Victoria Cross Metro Station, and a new smaller plaza outside the iconic Post Office. Plans for the Warringah Land Bridge connect North Sydney with the other side of the freeway, while the conversion of the tramway viaduct will create a large active recreation space and an upgrade to Primrose Park will include four new tennis courts, a BBQ area and a children’s playground.

For the new residents of AURA by Aqualand, cosmopolitan lifestyle and a world full of fine foods, beautiful public space and modern living is waiting.

  • Brett Whiteley Place

  • Central Laneway Precinct

  • Ward St Cultural Hub

  • North Sydney Cycleway

  • North Sydney Swimming Pool

  • Miller Street, North Sydney

  • Metro Station

  • Berry Street, North Sydney

  • Tramway

  • North Sydney Post office

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North Sydney is a place already in the midst of a soulful transformation, the timing seems fated and fortuitous, but it's not. It's calculated and considered. Planned for decades and supported by billions of dollars in investments, as well as the brightest minds in city planning.
AURA will be the first grand residences in the area and is the anchor to it all - as the burgeoning culinary scene comes alive, as new generations of thinkers, artists, innovators and families arrive in North Sydney.

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A short walk from AURA uncovers a treasure hunt of visual delights. Through secret gardens, wide open green spaces and the undulating sandstone curves of the Harbour, the magic of North Sydney is revealed through unexpected parks and walks, all offering a different outlook on our greatest treasure. From AURA, a life of beauty and poetry is waiting to be uncovered in every direction, a new adventure for every day.