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If you are considering packing up and moving to Brookvale, keep reading for a brief history lesson to discover the amazing lifestyle and what makes this suburb so popular.
Overview Brookvale is a suburb in northern Sydney in the LGA of the Northern Beaches Council and is part of the Northern Beaches region. The suburb is about 16 kilometres northeast of the city’s central business district. The suburbs around Brookvale are Beacon Hill, Narraweena, Dee Why, Allambie Heights, North Curl Curl, Manly Dam, North Manly, and Curl Curl.
As per the 2016 census, Brookvale has a population of 3,161.
Living in Brookvale Brookvale is home to a fast-growing business community and is a central industrial area. One of the most notable landmarks in the area is Westfield Warringah Mall, a vast indoor and outdoor shopping area.
For sports and recreation, the suburb’s Brookvale Oval is the home ground of the national rugby team, Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles.
As for educational facilities, Brookvale has a public school and a private catholic school, St. Augustine’s College. A TAFE-NSW campus is also located in the suburb.
History of Brookvale In 1836, 64 hectares of farmland were granted to William Frederick Parker, who sold land to several families, including the Malcolm family. It was the Malcolms who established an estate, which was known as “Brookvale House”. This was later sold to the Hooker Investment Corporation who built Warringah Mall - the largest shopping complex in the area.
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