Resting on a striking headland and looking out at the South Pacific Ocean is picturesque Warriewood. With attractive seafront properties, quintessential beach cafes, expansive natural reserves, and ocean views from just about every corner, Warriewood is one of the most scenic suburbs of the Northern Beaches.
Warriewood is part of the affluent Northern Beaches region and is located 30 kilometres north of the Sydney CBD. Nestled between North Narrabeen and Mona Vale and with Narrabeen Lagoon to the south, and the stunning Pittwater inlet a few kilometres north, life in Warriewood is spent in the great outdoors.
Warriewood Beach and Warriewood Wetlands are the real drawcards of the seaside suburb. Although it may be smaller than neighbouring beaches, Warriewood Beach is one of the most popular on the Northern Beaches. With shelter from adjoining headlands, the waters are calm for most of the year making it a trendy beach for young families and teens. For outdoor enjoyment away from the beach, take a stroll through the lush Warriewood Wetlands, the largest remaining sand plain wetland in northern Sydney.
Local amenities are never far out of reach in Warriewood, with Warriewood Square Shopping Centre providing all your grocery and retail needs and Warriewood Cinema providing some cinematic entertainment. For cafe culture with a sea view, head to Warriewood Headland and enjoy a coffee at the popular Sunrise Cafe. If you’re visiting on a Friday morning, don’t miss an opportunity to shop for unique handmade treasures at the famous Beaches Market.