With Mona Vale Beach to one side and Pittwater to the other, this idyllic pocket is all about good times in the great outdoors. The rugged coastline with coarse golden sand is the backdrop to many childhood memories. Throw in a community-centric village and lush vegetation, and you’ll find that many are willing to make the commute to be part of this waterside enclave.
Sun and surf are the backdrop to a neighbourhood that loves to play year round.
This beachside enclave is surrounded by the natural beauty of the surf beach on one side and the calm waters of Pittwater on the other. With its community-friendly shopping village and lush vegetation, this pocket of Sydney’s Northern Beaches offers an irresistible lifestyle.
Hike up to the headlands for jaw-dropping views of the
rugged coastline, coarse golden sand and rolling emerald waves which form
alluring Mona Vale Beach. You’ll see surfers bobbing in the big blue and an
expansive golf course that blends in with the sand dunes.
Sport is more than just a favourite pastime – it’s a way of life. Whether you’re into golf, hang gliding, sailing, surfing, netball or rugby, there is a club for it.
Laying claim to its own slither of Pittwater is Winnererremy Bay Reserve. Families are drawn to this park every day of the week. Flying Fox Café and an outdoor play area that extends to a bike trail, overlook a bay dotted with yachts.
In the midst of all this natural beauty is Mona Vale Village, whose laid-back ambiance adds to the charm of this beachside suburb. The village shopping district is well equipped with boutiques, hole-in-the-wall cafés and health food stores in hidden-away arcades.
Situated at the junction of three main access roads, Mona Vale is the last stop on the express bus to the city. One of the hidden gems on the Northern Beaches, Mona Vale is a place which locals are more than happy to keep quiet about.
Family homes on large blocks of land are in abundance, be it contemporary weatherboard, Federation or sleek architecturally-designed homes – Mona Vale has it all.
Surfview Road has beachfront homes and, further north, the streets surrounding Mona Vale Headland Reserve capitalise on incredible views over Mona Vale Beach and Bungan Beach, with Hillcrest Avenue holding prime real estate.Over on the Pittwater side of Mona Vale, homes along Halesmith Road and Rednal Street dip into the bay. If units are more your style, then a mix of modern and traditional apartment complexes can be found close to both Mona Vale Beach and Pittwater.
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