Northern Beaches

The Northern Beaches is an area in the northern coastal suburbs of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia, located near the coast of the Pacific Ocean. This area extends south to the entrance of Port Jackson (Sydney Harbour), west to Middle Harbour and north to the entrance of Broken Bay.

The Northern Beaches district is usually considered to be the area of the Northern Beaches Statistical Subdivision, comprising fully the local government areas of Manly, Warringah and Pittwater.

Other articles related to "northern beaches":

Northern Beaches - Suburbs - Pittwater
... The suburbs of the Northern Beaches district within Pittwater Council are - Avalon Bayview Bilgola Plateau Church Point Clareville Elanora Ingleside Newport North Narrabeen Mona Vale Palm Beach ...
List Of Radio Stations In Australia - New South Wales - Sydney
... of Islam – Arabic narrowcast 87.6 MHz Raw FM (Northern Beaches – Brookvale) – Dance/Urban 87.8 MHz Radio Austral – Spanish narrowcast 87.8 MHz Fusion 87.8 Penrith – Narrowcast 88.0 MHz Raw FM (Nort ...
Manly Selective Campus
... It is a part of the Northern Beaches Secondary College, a 5 campus college across Sydney's Northern Beaches, formed in 2003 ... Manly Selective Campus tops the Northern Beaches on Merit List Rankings in the HSC, and came 15th in the state in 2009 ...
Cairns - Geography - Urban Layout
... The Northern Beaches consist of a number of beach communities extending north along the coast ... It serves as the main hub for the Northern Beaches, with a modern shopping arcade, called Smithfield Shopping Centre ... Located south of Smithfield and inland from the Northern Beaches along the edge of the Barron River flood plain are the suburbs of Caravonica, Kamerunga, Freshwater, and Stratford ...

Famous quotes containing the words beaches and/or northern:

    They commonly celebrate those beaches only which have a hotel on them, not those which have a humane house alone. But I wished to see that seashore where man’s works are wrecks; to put up at the true Atlantic House, where the ocean is land-lord as well as sea-lord, and comes ashore without a wharf for the landing; where the crumbling land is the only invalid, or at best is but dry land, and that is all you can say of it.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    ‘What is the world, O soldiers?
    It is I,
    I, this incessant snow,
    This northern sky;
    Walter De La Mare (1873–1956)