Good Fortune Real Estate is acting as buyer agent of Northern Beaches.
- Dee Why
Dee Why is a suburb of northern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia 18 km north-east of the Sydney central business district.
Dee Why Beach runs for about 1.2 km along the eastern border, overlooking the Tasman Sea. To the north are the dunes separating the beach from the Dee Why Lagoon. At its southern end is the Ted Jackson Reserve, with picnic areas and century old Norfolk Island Pines, similar to the ones in Manly.
Famous in Spots
One of the well known teams, the Dee Why Lions, are located in this suburb. Dee Why Lions have very well established teams in the game of Rugby ranging from children’s teams to the senior team that competes in the NSW Suburban Rugby Union sixth-division Meldrum Cup.
The Dee Why Football Club, also known as “The Swans”, is a soccer club officially formed in 1946, making it one of the oldest soccer teams on the Northern Beaches.
Dee Why is also home to the Dee Why Surfing Fraternity, Australia’s oldest surfboard riders club, founded in 1961 and still competing each month.
Shopping in Dee Why
There are four shopping centres in Dee Why including:
- Dee Why Market – a single story shopping centre featuring a Woolworths supermarket and The Reject Shop.
- Dee Why Village Plaza – located on Howard Avenue and Dee Why Parade. The plaza features a Coles supermarket.
- Dee Why Grand – a part of a large mixed-use development includes the Dee Why Hotel, and 170 residential apartments. The centre features an Aldi and a second Coles supermarket in Dee Why.
- Dee Why Town Centre – an upcoming shopping centre which will feature an outdoor cinema, pizza dining area, specialty stores and over 300 apartments.
Price range of new apartments in Dee Why
1 Bedroom from $780,000 total area 72 Sq M
2 Bedrooms from $1,150,000 total area 98 Sq M
2 Bedrooms split Level from $1,262,000 total area 103 Sq M
3 Bedrooms from $1,329,000 total area 118 Sq M
3 Bedrooms slip Level from $1,405,000 Total area 124 Sq M
Manly is a beach-side suburb of northern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It is 17 km north-east of the Sydney central business district.
Manly is most notable for its beaches which are popular tourist destinations. Manly features a long stretch of sand on the ocean side, that runs from Queenscliff through North Steyne to South Steyne. This is followed by rock pools and sandy beaches called Fairy Bower and Shelly Beach. There are also a number of beaches on the harbour side of the peninsula. Norfolk Island pine trees are symbolic of Manly and are a prominent feature of both the ocean and harbour beaches.
Commercial Manly is centred around The Corso, which runs from the harbour side at Manly wharf to the ocean side at Manly Beach. Part of The Corso is a mall which allows outdoor dining for cafes and restaurants. The commercial area also extends to surrounding streets with more cafes and restaurants concentrated along the ocean and harbour shores.
Manly Shopping Centre
You can reach they city from Manly by a 30 minute ferry ride.
Please note that the price range is subject to change according to market and availability.
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