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Located in Sydney’s northern suburbs, with coastal suburbs of Collaroy to the north, and North Curl Curl to the south, Dee Why (also known as ‘DY’) share borders with Brookvale, Narraweena and Cromer.

Contained within the drainage basin of Dee Why Lagoon, Dee Why Beach stretches some 1.2 km providing a popular spot for local and visitors. Patrolled by lifeguards 7 days a week, with the assistance of volunteers from the Dee Why Surf Life Saving Club on weekends and public holidays. and the Dee Why Beach Reserve with its Norfolk Island Pines. There is a seawall running some 400 m with a number of rock pools located below the cliffs to the south. The reserve also has picnic areas, pathways, lookout platforms.
 

As well as our listed travel guide info, for more attractions, tours and other information contact the local tourism visitor centre.

Information Centre

Manly Visitor Information Centre
The Forecourt, Manly Wharf
MANLY NSW 2095
Ph: +61 2 9977 1088
Fax: +61 2 8966 8123
Email
Web: www.manlyweb.com.au

Dee Why Attractions

Dee Why Beach
• Dee Why Beach stretches some 1.2 km providing a popular spot for local and visitors. The beach is patrolled by lifeguards 7 days a week, with the assistance of volunteers from the Dee Why Surf Life Saving Club on weekends and public holidays. Patrol times can be found on the Warringah Online website, follow the Community > Beaches > Dee Why Beach.

The Dee Why Beach Reserve include the recognisable Norfolk Island Pines, similar to those at Manly. There is a seawall running some 400 m with a number of rock pools located below the cliffs to the south. The reserve also has picnic areas, pathways, lookout platforms.
Dee Why Lagoon Wildlife Refuge
• Surrounding and including the Dee Why Lagoon, the Dee Why Lagoon Wildlife Refuge covers a total of 77 hectares (of which 30 hectares is the body of water in the lagoon), with the rest being bushland and a small grassed area. The refuge is a significant habitat for local and migratory birds, being listed as a designated wildlife refuge under JAMBA (Japan Australia Migratory Birds Agreement) and CAMBA (China Australia Migratory Birds Agreement).

Along with council, a group of volunteers, "Friends of Dee Why Lagoon", has been working in the refuge for many years and continue to provide a valuable community service.

Source: Warringah Online - Dee Why Lagoon Wildlife Refuge


Stony Range Botanic Garden
• 369 Pittwater Rd, DEE WHY NSW 2099 • Ph: 02 9942 2542 (Warringah Council)
• First created in 1886 the Stony Range Botanic Garden has been added to over the years to the current 3.6 ha fenced bushland we see today. With native plant species from all over Australia, the botanic garden includes a meeting hall, caretaker's residence, nursery compound, shade house, glass houses, picnic areas and BBQ facilities, making it family friendly.

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Dee Why Distance

Distance to Dee Why
• Following are some approximate distances by road to Dee Why:
  Km
Bondi 24
• Brookvale 2
• Cromer 2
Harbord 4
  Km
Manly 6
Narrabeen 4
Palm Beach 20
Sydney 18
Distances given are only approximation, they should be verified with the appropriate maps.
The Australian Automotive Motoring Associations also offer select access to travel trip planners.

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