Warrawee NSW 2074

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Why Warrawee?

Warrawee is a suburb on the Upper North Shore of Sydney, located 21 kilometres north-west of the Sydney Central Business District in the local government area of Ku-ring-gai Council.

History

The name Warrawee is believed to be an Aboriginal word meaning rest a while, stop here or to stand. As with all North Shore suburbs with Aboriginal names, Warrawee was the name of a railway station which was then attached to the surrounding suburb.

The suburb has a notable architectural history, with a number of houses designed by prominent architects. The earliest significant homes were Pibrac (1888), Cheddington (1890) and Wirepe (1893).

Transport

Warrawee station is located on the North Shore Line of the CityRail network and runs regular services to the City and CBD. Warrawee is well serviced by buses and is also situated on the Pacific Highway. The nearby F3 Freeway can have you at the Central Coast in around 40 minutes.

Recreation

Warrawee is close to the Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park and the sporting and recreational facilities of neighbouring suburbs. Warrawee benefits from many shopping facilities such as Westfield Hornsby, St Ives Shopping Village and the Macquarie Centre at North Ryde will keep shoppers busy.

Schools

Warrawee Public School is a primary school situated about 0.5km to the south of the Station in Turramurra on the Pacific Highway. Knox Grammar School is predominantly in the suburb of Warrawee and sits no more than 200m from the Warrawee railway station.

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