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ABOUT DEE WHY

Dee Why is situated in the heart of Sydney's Northern Beaches, north of Manly and is separated by the suburbs of Queenscliffe, Harbord and Curl Curl, has excellent beaches and a rock pool. Dee Why and Long Reef Beaches form a continuous 1.8km long bay on the southern side of Long Reef point.

Dee Why was named in 1814 by James Meehan. The name of Dee Why name is shrouded in mystery with some suggesting it relates back to a DY-like rock inscription supposedly of early Spanish origin. Dee Why could also derive its name from the D and Y shapes of its lagoon at low tide, when seen from some vantage point.

Prior to 1910, Dee Why beach was owned by the Salvation Army and off limits, with wire netting preventing entry. Land was first released at Dee Why in 1910, resulting in an influx of weekenders and campers. Only after World War II was the area really opened up for residential development.

Dee Why Beach Sydney runs for 1.8 km from the base of Long Reef Point to Dee Why Point. The beach is backed by Long Reef Reserve and golf course in the north, with Long Reef Surf Club and car park located north of the usually closed entrance to the small Dee Why Lagoon. South of the Lagoon entrance is Dee Why Lagoon Wildlife Reserve.

Dragan Bombek, Sydney panoramic view

 

Over the last few years Dee Why Beach has been redeveloped which includes the promenade, Corso, apartment blocks, restaurants, cafes, retail stores, parks, beach, swimming pool on the point, BBQ/picnic area, coastal walkson ......

Dee Why Beach has its Surf Patrol Pavilion at the northern end of the Corso and this is always the centre of much activity. Flags are usually set up on the beach in appropriate safe to swim places, selected by the life guards, and the patrolled areas are between the red and yellow flags.

At the top of Long Reef, if you continue north down the path which takes you to the small Fishermans Beach, - there is a boat ramp and fish gutting utilities.
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Collaroy Beach, Narrabeen, Shop 2, 11-13 Oaks Ave, Dee Why,  Sydney, NSW, Phone: 02 9981 2191

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