Castlecrag is a suburb of historical significance in Middle Harbour on the North Shore of Sydney, Australia, designed by architect Walter Burley Griffin. Griffin came to Castlecrag in 1925 after tiring of the politics surrounding implementation of his designs for Australia's capital city, Canberra.
Early homes in Castlecrag were built using natural stone, to better fit into the environment as was common practice in architecture of the Arts and Crafts movement, while later homes were built with bricks using Griffin's patented Knitlock system.
|Suburbs of Willoughby Council | North Shore | Sydney|
|Artarmon | Castlecrag | Castle Cove | Chatswood | Crows Nest | Gore Hill | Middle Cove | Naremburn | Northbridge | Roseville | St Leonards | Willoughby | Wollstonecraft|
|List of Sydney suburbs|