Located on Sydney’s Upper North Shore approximately 21 kilometres from Sydney’s CBD, Warrawee is a popular residential suburb known for a strong sense of community. Similar to other neighbouring suburbs, Warrawee is much loved for it’s peaceful tree lined streets, beautiful homes and renowned schools.

First settled in 1822, Warrawee was named after the Aboriginal word meaning ‘rest a while, stop here or stand’ and it seems like that is exactly what those who move here like to do, Warrawee residents love their suburb. With many heritage listed buildings nestled throughout its peaceful streets, Warrawee showcases many beautiful example of grand domestic architecture, including Pibrac on Pibrac Avenue and Chauntreys on Heydon Avenue. Large land parcels allow meticulously manicured and impressively landscaped gardens, perfectly complementing the visually interesting combination of period and contemporary dwellings.

Warrawee is serviced by both bus and rail transport, situated on the North Shore line and offers easy access to Chatswood and the CBD as well as Hornsby and the Northern Beaches. Knox Grammar School is situated 200 metres from Warrawee train station, while Warrawee Public School is only 500 metres away.