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Lying in the very centre of Belgrave, in 3160, is the Belgrave Lake Park. This serene, pretty space is just what you were looking for if you wanted to get back to nature. You'll also notice that there are a couple of reserves in this location. 3160 is also home to three other suburbs. You've got Belgrave South and Belgrave Heights. Off to the east of Belgrave Heights is the Belgrave Reserve Council, but the suburb also offers services such as hotels, accommodation, massage therapists, cafes, and B&Bs. In Belgrave South, one thing you'll notice is its proximity to the Henley Picnic area, a tranquil and peaceful location to be enjoyed. In this area, you'll also notice the Baluk William Conservation Nature Reserve.
18 km northeast from the Sydney central business district is the North Beaches Region of 2096, containing Curl Curl, Freshwater, and Queenscliff. This area is known for its beaches and recreation, as Freshwater is known as the Australian home of surfing thanks to Duke Kahanamoku who first displayed surfboard riding in Australia in 1914. The nearby area of Curl Curl (the original Aboriginal name for the larger area of 2096) is home to make wild water and bush birds and has an excellent beach that is perfect for surfing.
Covering the areas of Collaroy, Collaroy Beach, Collaroy Plateau West, Long Reef and Wheeler Heights, 2097 is in the locality of Warringah. Collaroy is commonly referred to as ‘the Roy’ by resident and is located within close distance of the beach. There are several commercial areas in 2097, including shopping precincts like that along Pittwater Road. Wheeler Heights features some notable places of interest including Jamison Park, and the Narrabeen Lagoon Trail, the latter allowing paths for bushwalkers, cyclists and joggers.
With some beautiful areas situated by the sea, 2099 can offer its residents serene coastal living. Especially popular with beach-lovers are the suburbs of Dee Why and North Curl Curl, both located on the coast. Their beaches are super safe and family-friendly, too, so why not go surfing with the kids or take a walk around the rock pools? For those in 2099 that don’t live on the coast, the beaches are still easily accessible. And, in nearby Narraweena and Cromer Heights, as are all of the shops and dining options you could possibly want.
2100 includes Allambie, Allambie Heights, Beacon Hill, Brookvale, North Manly, Oxford Falls, and Warringah Mall. It is around 16 kilometres north-east of the Sydney central business district. It has areas of fast-growing business communities and major industrial areas. Primary transport is provided by buses, but there are also ferry services due to the area being part of the Northern Beaches region. 2100 is safe and friendly, with many local amenities like Oxford Falls Peace Park and Allenby Park for residents to enjoy!
The 2101 suburb of northern Sydney, approximately 25-30 km north of Sydney's central business district, is home to Warriewood, Elanora Heights, Narrabeen, and North Narrabeen. Part of the Northern Beaches region, this suburb also has a number of excellent residential areas and schooling, as well as a lovely medium-sized shopping centre in the southern part of Warriewood. There are a number of terrific transport links throughout 2101 that also connect to Sydney, but with four beaches to choose from in the Narrabeen suburb, as well as the Narrabeen Lagoon to explore, there's plenty to see already in 2101.
In addition to the various churches of different denominations, you’ll find primary schools and a secondary school in the Mona Vale location. Aside from the essential amenities, there is a shallow beach in this area that is next to a golf course as well as multiple reserves and parks. An additional beach which locals call The Basin can be found in the area, to which bodyboarders and surfers flock – it is a very popular spot for sea sports. You will also discover that there are several supermarkets in the 2103 location and many shops, so you have a wide array of amenities available to you here.
2105 holds thrilling mysteries within its borders that kids, teens, and adults alike will love. It consists of Church Point, Elvina Bay, Lovett Bay, and Scotland Island, which is only accessible by water. The Island doubles as a suburb by the northern beaches of Sydney, with Church Point being its main service area, and the gateway to this lovely marine paradise. With just about 1 km diameter worth of land, there are two major playgrounds, a scenic water-side walking trail, and some lovely cabins to peruse. However, the island is not an amenity-rich area, so planning an entire vacation in it may become slightly limiting after a while. Church Point, on the other hand, is a seaside suburb, with up to 997 residents. It’s more modern, boasts a wider range of amenities, and has transport links to a good number of small settlements around the western part of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park.
2106 covers the areas of Newport and Newport Beach in the locality of Warringah. Situated in the state of New South Wales, the nearest urban centre is Sydney, which his 25 kilometres away. Newport is located on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, making it a great spot for locals and tourists alike. The name is derived from historically being a new port for steamers carrying passengers and cargo. Newport Beach in 2106 has been described as one of Sydney’s best coastlines, and is 1.3 kilometres long!
A stunningly serene beachside suburb, 2107 is part of the Northern Beaches region in Sydney. Located 37 kilometres north of the Sydney central business district and with a population of around 10,000 people, it offers something for everyone. Named for the final resting place of King Arthur, 2107 now boasts numerous commercial areas such as clubs, supermarkets, cafes and cinemas, as well as heritage-listed sites for visitors with a historical interest. Avalon Beach is famous for surfing, also featuring famous orange-coloured sand!
2108 is one major region within Sydney popularly known for its many beaches. It’s just 31 Km off Sydney and 27 Km away from Central Coats. The LGA presiding over the region in 2108 is Warringah, the urban centre characterised by its many waters. You’ll find lovely trees lining the walking tracks leading to the beaches, a vast outline of shrubs and beautiful balancing rocks all by the waterside. There are numerous opportunities to hike through the mountains, dine at local restaurants, surf and snorkel, or just watch the sunset. With the choice of sea-view homes, lovely parks, and a friendly community, 2108 is certainly a region to consider when looking for a perfect country home.
2210 includes the areas of Hunters Hill, Hunters Hill West, and Woolwich, in the locality of Chatswood. Hunters Hill is situated around 9 kilometres North-West of the Sydney central business district, with a population of around 10,000 people. There are a number of heritage-listed sites in Hunters Hill, including The Garibaldi, and The Chalet. Woolwich in 2210 also includes Woolwich, which has a population of fewer than 1000 people. The area is named for the aboriginal word meaning ‘meeting of waters’.
2111 is an area that covers Boronia Park, Gladesville, Henley, Huntleys Cove, Huntleys Point, Monash Park, and Tennyson Point in the locality of Chatswood. It is located roughly 10 kilometres north of the Sydney central business district and features a number of heritage-listed sites. 2111 features a number of commercial district centres and is cited as a great location with open areas and bordering the water. A leafy area with amenities all around, it is cited as an excellent location for families with children!
Located within the greater Sydney area, and encapsulating smaller areas such as Putney, Denistone east, and Ryde, 2112 is a beautiful area with wonderful urban connections, while still offering a suburban lifestyle. Local attractions in the area include Sydney Harbour Bridge, Kissing Point Park, and Lane Cove National Park, just to name a few! 2112 is also an attractive area for students, with main campuses for the University of Sydney, and the University of New South Wales, and quick access to the cultural hub of Bondi beach!
Both East Ryde and Macquarie Park are found in the 2113 zone. Being a small, tranquil suburb that lies on the Lane Cove River, there are some beautiful walks and paths or trails including the Great North Walk. With parks and waterways in abundance, this neighbourhood is home to some natural gems. Higher education is available in the nearby area of Macquarie Park, in its university and this area has many retail facilities. In fact, it is known as an economic pillar for the international businesses that have made this area their home.
From the Darvall Park forest reserve in Denistone to stunning views of the Parramatta River in West Ryde and the commercial areas of Meadowbank, there are heaps of things to do in 2114. At Darvall Park, the range of flora and fauna is incredible, and you could be lucky enough to spot a satin bowerbird or Australian king parrot in this beautiful reserve. In Meadowbank, there are waterfront dwellings and shopping centres, so there are a huge variety of activities, sights and events for you to experience in 2114.
The suburb of Ermington in 2115 offers parks in abundance, such as the George Kendall Riverside Park and the Cowells Lane Reserve, in addition to churches and many schools. It is 19km away from the Sydney Central Business district, so you have access to the city centre as it’s extremely nearby. Local tennis courts and a reserve await you for those competitive, sports-filled, outdoor days. With a vibrant, busy shopping strip located on the Betty Cuthbert Avenue, you can go shopping to your heart’s content.
To the south of the Rydalmere suburb, located in the 2116 postcode, you'll find the Parramatta River, and there are plenty of other natural scenes to be enjoyed in this location as well. Several reserves, walks, and parklands are scattered prettily around the suburb, making it a picturesque location to visit and live in. There are schools and ovals in the 2116 postcode, as well as several creeks. If you're visiting 2116, you're not too far away from the central business district of Sydney. What's more, there are plenty of services that you can make use of right here as well, including electricians services, air conditioning businesses, and gas fitter services.
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