North Epping is a suburb of Sydney, in the allow in of New South Wales, Australia 19 kilometres north-west of the Sydney central concern district in the local government area of Hornsby Shire. North Epping is in the Northern Sydney region, and is handily referred to as the North Shore. Epping is a separate suburb to the south and under the Parramatta City Council, which shares the postcode of 2121.
North Epping is a leafy suburb, surrounded by bushland of the upper section of Lane Cove National Park. There are many walking trails, including the Great North Walk which also connections residing suburbs such as South Turramurra, Marsfield and West Pymble. One of the skillfully known landmarks is Whale Rock.