Buyer’s Guide – Manly

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Manly ticks all the boxes. A beautiful beachside suburb, it is blessed with one of the most scenic forms of public transport and has a thriving café and restaurant scene as well as plenty of trendy shops and amenities.

One of Sydney’s most sought after locations, Manly’s history dates right back to 1788. Captain Arthur Phillip named it after the confident and ‘manly’ behaviour of a group of aboriginal men seen on the north end of the harbour. Its Aboriginal name is listed as being ‘Canna’.


“That’s so Manly”
The area is known for it’s laid back and cruisey surfer vibe, with a healthy presence of backpackers and young residents filling its many 1930s apartment blocks. While tourists jostle on the Corso and the beach over the summer months, the local residents and families know to either hit the main beach early in the day or head for one of the lesser known swimming spots at Little Manly or nearby Fairlight to escape the crowds. After dark, Manly has a thriving pub, club and wine bar scene, with plenty of options for a meal, a drink and a dance.

Manly Dam in Allambie Heights is a stone’s throw from central Manly, offering a place to picnic, mountain bike or go for scenic walks. There is also a nearby golf course and the major shopping hub of the northern beaches, Warringah Mall. With plenty of playgrounds, good schools and of course that famous stretch of sand, Manly is the perfect place to raise a family.

Did you know?
At the top of Manly’s North Head are the old army barracks. A highly important military station during WWII, the cliffs still harbour secret tunnels and military cannons that were put in place should an enemy attempt to make it into the harbour. There is also the highly visited Quarantine Station, now a hotel but still said to be haunted by new immigrants who were forced to stay there over 100 years ago after showing signs of tuberculosis and other diseases.

Public transport
There are three ferry options for the morning and evening commute, including two private operators as well as the iconic Manly Ferry. The longest it will take you to get to the city is around 35 minutes, and you can enjoy free wireless internet while you’re not looking out the window at the stunning views. There is also a comprehensive bus network to North Sydney, Chatswood or further up the beaches. The Manly Taxi company has a rank right near the ferry wharf if you’re in a rush or going somewhere off the bus route.

Buy, rent or invest?
Manly has been hot property since the first settlers first set foot on the sand. Rents are high to reflect the fabulous lifestyle, trendy setting and easy access to amenities. Investors will never find themselves short of a tenant, and may even be surprised as to how much people are willing to spend to be close to the action.

You can’t go wrong buying in Manly, choosing from an abundance of well maintained properties. One tip if you’re looking to be right in the centre of the suburb is to find a place with a private car space – parking can be ruthless in the summer months and on the weekends.


For expert advice on buying property in Manly or on the Northern Beaches, speak to Amanda on My Side.

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