Manly is a beach-side suburb of northern Sydney 17 kilometres north-east of the CBD. The suburb borders Sydney Harbour on one side and Manly Beach (and the Pacific Ocean) on the other. This paradise is just a short ferry ride from the CBD – arguably the best way to get to work. Manly is a destination for tourists and weekends get busy. The Corso stretches from Manly Beach to Manly Harbour, where buses and ferries can be caught.
Preschool: Headland Montessori elc
Primary: Manly Village Public School
Primary: Farmhouse Montessori Primary School
Primary: St Mary’s Catholic School
Primary: Stella Maris College
Secondary: Stella Maris College
Train: Manly railway station
Bus: These Bus lines near Manly: 141, E50, E69, E70, E71, 132, 135, 136, 139, 142, 143, 144, 146, 150X, 158, 159, 169, 169X, 170X, 171X, 199.
CBD: Manly is 17kms from the CBD
Manly has great resutants scattered along the shore like Jellyfish, The Pantry Manly and Whitewater Restaurant
Cafes such as Showbox Coffee Brewers, Little Belgrave Cartel, Manly Point Cafe & Barefoot Coffee Traders.
Beaches and parks include Queenscliff Beach, Collins Beach and North Head park
The predominant age group in Manly is 30-39 years. Households in Manly are primarily childless couples.
In general, people in Manly work in a professional occupation.
Currently the median sales price of houses in the area is $3,001,000.
Households are likely to be repaying $4000 per month on mortgage repayments.
Currently the median rental for a 2 bedroom apartment in Manly is $900 PW
53% of Manly Residents rent properties.
The enviable lifestyle with the harbour on one side and oceans on the other, excellent restaurants, cafes and bars, and the range of family activities from bike riding, swimming, surfing and more.