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  • Dee Why - Image 2014 ManlyAustralia.com
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  • Manly Wharf - Image 2014 ManlyAustralia.com
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  • Bilgola Beach - Image 2014 ManlyAustralia.com
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  • North Head - Image 2014 ManlyAustralia.com
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Sydney's Northern Beaches span three local council areas including Manly, Warringah and Pittwater. Feel free to view the Northern Beaches photo gallery above for an overview of our region or select a specific location below for more details.

Featured towns and localities: - Akuna Bay - Avalon - Balgowlah - Bilgola - Careel Bay - Collaroy - Curl Curl - Dee Why - Long Reef - Manly - Mona Vale - Narrabeen - Newport - Palm Beach - Seaforth - Warriewood - Whale Beach

Akuna Bay

Akuna Bay

Akuna Bay is located in the picturesque Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park in the middle of the spectacular cruising grounds of the Cowan/Hawkesbury River system, around 35km north from the Sydney CBD.  Akuna Bay is a lovely place to relax... more info >>

Avalon

Avalon

Avalon Avalon was apart of 1200 acres granted to Rev. JJ Therry in 1833, after Therrys death and failed attempts to mine coal, the land was purchased by AJ Small. He established Palmgrove Park, the golf course and planted... more info >>

Balgowlah

Balgowlah

Balgowlah was named  in 1832 after an Aboriginal word meaning "north harbour" referencing Balgowlahs position from Port Jackson. Balgowlah is located  on the Northern Beaches approx 12km north of Sydney's CBD. Balgowlah shares the postcode 2093 with the... more info >>

Bilgola

Bilgola

Bilgola The term Bilgola is an Aboriginal word thought to mean swirling waters. Bilgola Plateau crowns the peninsula rising from the ocean beach to 169 metres. Bilgola Surf Life Saving Club is located at Bilgola Beach. It was... more info >>

Careel Bay

Careel Bay

The name Careel is thought to be a corruption of the word Careen – the hauling ashore of boats for maintenance and to clean the hull of marine life. Careel Bay is located on the Northern Beaches approx 37km... more info >>

Collaroy

Collaroy

Collaroy is located on the Northern Beaches approx 22km north of Sydney's CBD. This area was originally part of Narrabeen but was renamed after the collier S.S. Collaroy ran aground on the beach in 1881 during a storm.... more info >>

Curl Curl

Curl Curl

The name Curl Curl originated from an Aboriginal name Curial Curial meaning river of life . Curl Curl - North Curl Curl is bounded by Headland Road in the north and the Tasman Sea in the east.  ... more info >>

Dee Why

Dee Why

Dee Why Dee Why is the heart of the Northern Beaches with its excellent family friendly beach and ocean swimming pool. Only minutes from the world famous Manly Beach, Dee Why has many attractions from stylish beach cafes, a... more info >>

Long Reef

Long Reef

Long Reef is located on the Northern Beaches approx 21km from Sydney's CBD. In the 19th Century, the Long Reef headland was used for light farming. It was owned by the Salvation Army until 1912 when it became Crown... more info >>

Manly

Manly

Manly - Gateway to the Northern Beaches A short 30 minute ferry ride across the world’s most spectacular harbour, Manly Wharf is a great place to start your Northern Beaches experience. Manly is a must visit Sydney destination... more info >>

Mona Vale

Mona Vale

Mona Vale There are many leisure activities at Mona Vale such as golf, tennis, surfing and fishing. Mona Vale is home to several schools, Mona Vale Hospital, an RSL club, parks, public library, golf course, skatepark, bus depot,... more info >>

Narrabeen

Narrabeen

The name ‘Narrabeen’ may have come from the Aboriginal ‘Narrabang’ (wild swan) or Narrowbine’ (the lagoon entrance). Narrabeen is located on the Northern Beaches approx 23km from Sydney's CBD.  You can basically do any water activity, including windsurfing,... more info >>

Newport

Newport

Newport Newport features numerous cafes and restaurants offering both local and international cuisines. At Newport the main road changes from multiple lanes to mostly single lanes as you wind your way north to the Northern Beaches peninsula. Early... more info >>

Palm Beach

Palm Beach

Palm Beach sits on a peninsula at the end of Barrenjoey Road, between Pittwater and Broken Bay. Palm Beach is located on the Northern Beaches approx 40km north from Sydney's CBD. Palm Beach was named after the Cabbage Tree... more info >>

Seaforth

Seaforth

Seaforth is located on the Northern Beaches approx 12km north of Sydney's CBD. From the waters of Middle Harbour to the bushland of Bantry Bay, there is no denying that the area of Seaforth abounds in natural beauty. With... more info >>

Warriewood

Warriewood

Warriewood is located on the Northern Beaches approx 27km from Sydney's CBD. Warriewood lies between Mona Vale to the north, Ingleside to the west and North Narrabeen to the south and extends east to the ocean at Warriewood Beach.... more info >>

Whale Beach

Whale Beach

Whale Beach faces east to the ocean, with Palm Beach to the north and Avalon to the south. The origin of the name Whale Beach is unknown, although it is presumed to be associated either with the shape of... more info >>

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