Why we love Warriewood

The images below best illustrate why we love Warriewood Valley the way it was originally planned and the way it has been developed to date. We congratulate the developers that feature in this gallery for development that works with the beauty of our natural environment. The water management facilities in each sector are a credit to what can be done to make these a natural feature of the development, and in many cases serve to create additional parks and playing areas when they are not required to detain water in times of heavy rain. Support our fight to preserve what we have and to stop developer greed and the suggested crazy over development of our beautiful valley. We understood that the building heights would be a maximum  of 8.5m and we will campaign to maintain this feature of the Valley .

Water management ponds in Sector 12 – Shearwater – Developed by Clarendon at 15 dwellings per Ha

Bike trail traverse the Valley and follow the creek line corridors preserved for all to enjoy.

Warriewood Waterfall in Ingleside Chase

Sector 10 developed at 15 dwellings per Ha by Stockland (Fernbrook Sanctuary).

Water management in Sector 10 is an integral part of the neighborhood park in the sector.

Sector 1 developed by ……. at 15 dwelling per hectare.

Warriewood Beach

Sector 11 (Seagreen) developed by Australand at 25 dwellings per Ha

Other reasons we love Warriewood:

  • We love living in an award winning planned suburb that is the result of years of consultation with the residents.  We hope the council continues to value this consultation.
  • We love being able to cycle safety on Boondah and on the older wide roads. We wish we could jog safely.
  • We love North Narrabeen pool and beach, and Warriewood beach
  • We love the surf coffee shop at Warriewood beach
  • We love having a Post Office, RTA and Medicare in our local shopping centre
  • We love the friendly people you meet every morning on your walk
  • We love living in a valley which has horses and space
  • We love living in a district with so many young families and children
  • We love the Friday fresh produce markets at Rat Park.
  • We love having a large plant nursery in our district
  • We love the community spirit that came together to demonstrate so forcefully at the public meeting last year, that we are dedicated to stop over development in our district.
  • We love the weird spelling of our district which we have to always spell out to people, i.e. the extra “e” Warriewood. Do you know why it is spelt that way, i.e., Warriewood vs  Warriwood?


3 thoughts on “Why we love Warriewood

  1. We have just moved into Warriewood and we love it. It is so friendly and the wetland paths and shared cycle tracks are fantastic. It’s like being on holiday everyday. We want to preserve the beauty and spirit of the area and we support the Warriewood Residents Association and their strategic plan to restrict overdevelopment and one Pittwater Council. You can count on us.

    Posted by Michael | May 11, 2015, 10:23 pm
  2. We love Warriewood ’cause it’s smack-bang in between Warriewood Square and Mona Vale shopping centres. The beach is closeby too as my husband and I were both brought up on summer surfing holidays. There is so much to do and places to go, We are lucky to live near 2 city bus stops. Our children are not far away. We applaud the way the residents association is putting pressure on the local council to halt the over-development of the area. Thank you

    Posted by Shorties | February 14, 2013, 10:50 am
  3. We love North Narrabeen pool and being able to walk there and maybe pop in for a coffee at Warriewood Centro on the way home

    Posted by wraguest | December 3, 2012, 9:37 am

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