Divided by the Pacific Highway, Warrawee is a highly desirable address on Sydney’s tree-lined and secluded Upper North Shore. The North Shore rail line and the nation’s premier road, and its nearby link to the Cumberland Highway, gives Warrawee convenient access to the city, to Parramatta and the west and to the Hawkesbury River and the Central Coast to the north.
Bobbin Head Road on Warrawee’s southern boundary also leads directly into Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park and its delightful waterway villages such as Bobbin Head and Apple Tree Bay with their picnic and fishing havens.
Boat ramps access the creek system, the Hawkesbury and Broken Bay. It’s a boating paradise, and a special place to teach children the elements of fishing and sailing.
Ku-ring-gai is the name of one of the area's Aboriginal tribes, the variously spelled Gurringai. In 1894, the tribal name was adapted for the Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. In 1906 it was also taken by the first local government authority for the area, the Ku-ring-gai Shire Council.