Step Smart Podiatry - Mount Colah's podiatrist of choice, helping you realise your foot health goals today!

Imagine stepping into a podiatry clinic that is completely focused on your foot health. Imagine a podiatry clinic conveniently close to Mount Colah where no problem is too big or small, where you are warmly welcomed, where you almost feel part of a family and have trust and confidence in your podiatrist to have your best interests as their number one priority.

From Nail Cutting, Corns, Calluses, Warts and Ingrown Toenails, to Foot Deformity, Diabetes Care, Heel Pain, Fitting Your Custom Foot Orthotics and more – We can do it all with our specialised and comprehensive range of podiatry services, conveniently located within easy reach of Mount Colah. 

Come and visit us at our podiatry clinic in Turramurra and let our Podiatrists James and Sally guide your feet to better health. We promise to make you feel part of our family every time you visit.

Step Smart Podiatry is a go-to podiatrist for Mount Colah. For over 20 years, our Podiatry clinic has been servicing the North Shore of Sydney, with many of our happy patients living nearby in Mount Colah.

If you're coming to see one of our podiatrists from Mount Colah, parking is not a problem when visiting Step Smart Podiatry Turramurra, with plenty of 2 HOUR FREE parking as part of the Turramurra Plaza car park. And if you shop at Coles, you can stroll easily across the highway, as our shopfront is located very close to the pedestrian crossing. We are also a short walk from Turramurra rail station – which has a lift for those in need of aid.

Step Smart Podiatry also offers home visit podiatry services to Mount Colah for older patients or for those with mobility challenges. 

Step Smart Podiatry is Mount Colah's premiere podiatrist and is open Monday to Saturday.

Opening Hours - Step Smart Podiatry

Monday 10:30am - 5:30pm

Tuesday 8:30am - 5:30pm

Wednesday 8:30am - 5:30pm

Thursday 3:00pm - 7:00pm

Friday 8:30pm - 5:30pm

Saturday 9:30am - 12:30pm


Call or book online for an appointment today!

02 9440 5110

0424 977 957

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Step Smart Podiatry -Mount Colah's podiatrist of choice!

Mount Colah is an outer suburb of the Upper North Shore, located 29 kilometres north of Sydney's central business district. As one of the most northerly suburbs of Sydney, Mount Colah features its very own "Welcome to Sydney" signs. The majority of the suburb is made up of bush land and Kuring-gai-chase National Park, with its residential streets concentrated in Mount Colah's centre. Mount Colah is the second highest suburb in Sydney, with its elevation above sea level ranging from 68 to 217 metres.



Mount Colah was originally known as Colah, which was the first name used to describe a koala by naturalist George Caley. When Hornsby became a shire in 1906, the suburb was renamed Mount Colah, owing to its relatively high altitude among Sydney suburbs. The Pacific Motorway, connecting Sydney to Newcastle was opened in 1989, and now dissects the suburb, with the entire portion of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park found on the motorway's eastern side. Likely thanks to its "bush meets the city" atmosphere, Mount Colah was voted "Australia's Best Suburb" through an online poll by Ninemsn in 2010.

Points of Interest

A small grouping of shops and services are found around Mount Colah railway station in the centre of the suburb's built-up area. Mount Colah is primarily a residential suburb, with many of its streets named after Arthurian Legend, local flora and historical Australian explorers. A large portion of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park is found in the suburb's eastern portion, with its extremities terminating at the picturesque Apple Tree Bay and Cowan Creek. Tendrils of Berowra Valley National Park permeate into Mount Colah's western built-up area, giving the suburb a pleasant and unique atmosphere of being surrounded by the bush.

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Australian Podiatry Association
Australian Government