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Introduction                            Manly is a beach-side suburb of Northern Sydney, in the state of NSW, Australia. It is located17 kilometres north-east of the Sydney CBD. The size of Manly is approximately 5.6 square kilometres. Manly is famous for its beaches which are popular tourist destinations. Distance from the Sydney CBD and eye-watering property prices hamper its feasibility. Manly has The Corso, a community hub lined with shops, restaurants and bars, and facilities for a variety of outdoor recreation. The Manly Ferry ride takes 30 minutes to Sydney CBD. Manly is full of restaurants and really laid back and awesome people. Benefits Famous for its long stretch of sandy beaches, Manly is a popular surf spot and attracts many tourists throughout the year. • Many beaches in walking distance • a very trendy area for relaxing and enjoying the beach lifestyle • ferry to the city • good for family as well as singles  Challenges • In Manly, parking can be a nightmare especially on weekends • Very high rental and house sales value • Driving during rush hour is a frustrating experience Location Manly is a beach-side suburb of northern Sydney. It is 17 kilometres north-east of the Sydney CBD. Manly is considered as the gateway to the Northern Beaches. The Northern Beaches are at a distance of approximately thirty kilometres north from Manly where you can enjoy beautiful beaches, views, etc. Connectivity Manly is accessible from Sydney’s CBD and suburbs by land or sea. Its amazing high-speed ferry services make for easier commute to CBD that other suburb’s don’t have access to with a journey time of around 20 minutes. Manly has a good service of buses, which get them to the CBD as well as other destinations in the Northern Beaches. Shopping destinations The Corso The Corso is one of the main streets and a pedestrian mall in Manly. The Corso remains the focal point of Manly as a part-pedestrian mall lined with popular surf shops, pubs, cafes, galleries, and street entertainment. With an even larger selection of stores, Warringah Mall is close by in the Brookvale suburb. Manly Market Place Manly Market Place is also a great outdoor market by the sea. Plenty of clothing, nicnacs and food stalls. Shaded seating, local restaurants and the beach. A nice pathway walk around the headland. Eating joints Manly has fantastic options for places to eat and drink. The Corso is famous for it's restaurants. There is a good variety of food all within a small area. You’ll also find large chains such as McDonalds, Dominoes and Nandos. Local favourites include Blue Water Café, Garfish Manly and many more. Schools & Daycares Good schools of the area include:                                      • The local public school is 'Manly Village Public School', for years K to 6 • The secondary school for Manly is St Pauls College, which is a local boys high school for years 7 to 12. • The selective secondary school is Manly Selective Campus which caters for years 7 to 12. Good daycare include: • ToBeMe Early Learning • Manly Community Pre-school • Kangaroo Street Primary OSHCare Centre • Leaps & Bounds Preschool Manly Internet Connectivity Manly has good internet connectivity. The NBN is available in Manly NSW. Commute: CBD: 17.4 km / 35-75 minutes by car / 35-40 minutes by transit Chatswood: 17.6 km / 35-60 minutes by car / 50-65 minutes by transit Brookvale: 6.3 km / 15 minutes by car / 15-25 minutes by transit / 20-25 minutes by bike Crime & safety Manly has a very low crime rate and is very safe to get settled with the family. Price Median Sale Price- $2.9m Rent Median Rent Price- $1, 575pw Summary Manly belongs to the local government area of Northern Beaches. There are still plenty of delicious restaurants, cool bars, good schools, excellent transport and lots of shopping. Beautiful parks and beaches, and top quality eating out. Like Bondi, it does attract lots of tourists, but they tend to disembark from the ferry and walk along a pedestrian mall to their destination: the beautiful beach. There's only one main road in or out and it's generally tied up with traffic. But ferries are in a good supply, including a fast ferry during rush hour that only takes 20 minutes to get you to CBD. With a broad range of property types and prices, Manly attracts all sorts of buyers. The area has a good hospital, great vistas, awesome sands, and the area is just on a level of its own. This is a great place to buy, close to Sydney Harbour National Park and Manly.
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