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Electorates

Local: Warringah
www.warringah.nsw.gov.au


State: Manly and Wakehurst
www.elections.nsw.gov.au


Federal:
Mackellar and Warringah
www.aec.gov.au

SES - State Emergency Service

Ph: 132 500 (storm and flood damage)
Ph: (02) 9486 3399 (general inquiries – pager messaging service)

Police

Davids Ave, Dee Why 2099
Ph: (02) 9971 3399


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Dee Why
Dee Why 
A relaxed beach culture 

Dee Why, Sydney (northern beaches)

New apartment buildings have gone up and younger people have moved in, but the old-style, laid back feel of Dee Why is still there, in volumes. This is definitely a family suburb, with all the bonuses of having a surf beach. On a sunny weekend, the beach and playground buzz with surfers, kids and people having breakfast at the beachfront cafes. There are several cafes on the Boulevard with great views of the surf. Back on the main road, Pittwater Rd, older style shops dominate, with anything from pizza, to cheap clothing, to Indian spices. Dee Why has a good mixture of different cultures and is a safe suburb. Housing is a mix of low-rise apartment blocks, and older family homes in hilly, tree-lined streets. (More info below and to your left <<<)


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Rent $$$:

rents range from affordable to being on the higher side


Hot spot: Bacino Bar - Howard St - for coffee and scrambled eggs

Location:

Beach, outer suburb/neighbourhood


Apartments and family homes

Would Suit:

Professionals, Families


Usually fine

Vibe:

A walk along the beach, and a surf


If this suburb were a shoe, it would be a thong and comfortable runners




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