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Dee Why is a coastal suburb of northern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia, 18 kilometres north-east of the Sydney central business district. It is the administrative centre of the local government area of Northern Beaches Council and, along with Brookvale, is considered to be the main centre of the Northern Beaches region.
The main commercial area in Dee Why is centred on either side of Pittwater Road, the main arterial road on the Northern Beaches, and continues down the streets leading to the beach as well as upwards along Fisher Road. This area is characterised by 1960s shop-top, two- and three-storey buildings and later, four- to ten-storey developments.
There are currently four shopping centres in Dee Why including:
• Dee Why Market – a single storey shopping centre originally constructed in the 1970s with a significant redevelopment in 2009 and features a Woolworths supermarket and The Reject Shop.
• Dee Why Village Plaza – located on Howard Avenue and Dee Why Parade features a Coles supermarket.
• Dee Why Grand – owned by ISPT is part of a large mixed-use development completed in July 2010 which includes newly built Dee Why Hotel, 170 residential apartments, 10-storey 6,500 sqm office, large-format bottle shop and three-level basement car park. The centre features Aldi and a second Coles supermarket in Dee Why.
• Dee Why Town Centre – an upcoming shopping centre which will feature and outdoor cinema, piazza dining area, speciality stores and over 300 apartments.
• Dee Why RSL Club – located on Pittwater Road, the RSL club was founded in 1937 and is now home to an Asian restaurant, a bistro, the Aqua Bar and Lounge, Flame Lounge and Bar as well as a bottle shop and a function centre.
Also on Pittwater Road is the Warringah Council Chambers and the Dee Why branch of Warringah Library, one of four networked branches of the Library including Belrose, Forestville and Warringah Mall.
The Strand, running along the southern Dee Why beach front, is a major commercial area, and features two to four-storey buildings with Apartments, cafes, restaurants and bars overlooking the beach.
There is also a set of eight mainly single-storey shops at the corner of South Creek Road and Pittwater in the northern part of Dee Why, next to the lagoon, as well as a few corner stores scattered in the more suburban areas.
Public transport in Dee Why primarily runs along Pittwater Road in the form of buses, with services southwards to the City, Manly and North Sydney, and northwards to Collaroy, Cromer, Narrabeen, and the Pittwater area. The main bus stop for these services is located at the intersection with Howard Avenue. There are also semi-regular services to Chatswood via McInstosh Road to the west, as well as to Manly via Freshwater. Two express services to the city also run from near Dee Why Beach in the early morning and back from the city in the afternoon to serve commuters on weekdays.
Getting there by Taxi:
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To Airport: $TBA (approx.)
To Sydney CBD: $TBA (approx.)
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