The isolation as well as the ruggedness and environment of the Pittwater Peninsular is one of our best assets.  The use of the Northern Beaches tourism amenity is also highly dependent of transport infrastructure.  Having a centralised Tour Hub supports a concentration of services, provides tour options for visitors and services the green environmental demands of the Pittwater area with reduced vehicle use, parking constraints and safety of participants.  A more people friendly opportunity results to share experiences and appreciations amongst a community of worldly travellers and locals in promoting Northern Beaches to increase the Members access to market demands.

Taking into consideration the infrastructure requirements in limited real estate, Warriewood flat lands and locality could be that place for inbuilt developments and coordinated Transport Hub to service our Tourism resurgence to grow market demand for our Members.  Aligned with the blossoming built development in Warriewood precinct amongst high rise buildings for Residential and Aged Care, higher density Apartments and Caravan Park Accommodation, Warriewood is a logical opportunity for new tourist and resort style accommodation and as a transition hub to service the whole of the 21 beaches and many waterways of Northern Beaches.  This plan outline has been distributed to the NSW Planning Minister and NBC for consideration and feedback.  We will keep you posted !

There is a need for a centralised Local transport facility to underpin our Members Tourism Industry for Northern Beaches.  Tourism operations can launch their programs from this hub.  The B-line Warriewood station is the link to the Airport and CBD and well serviced bus routes operate regularly to the north to Palm Beach and south to Manly.  Warriewood has many tourist amenities  in walking distance, like the wetlands, the Bungan Headland, North Narrabeen iconic surf beach, local Golf Courses, Shopping Centre, cycleways and exercise trails through to Narrabeen lagoon, adventure and extreme sports on the headlands and Surf Club activities.  Pittwater is in walking distance or easy transport to Ferry tours of the Hawkesbury and Central Coast.  With a public wharf in or around Winnererremy Bay, tourists can pass through the town centre of Mona Vale to collect essentials for the day out.  There is so much opportunity leveraged around Warriewood as the centre point for Local tourism facilitation.  Private Bus operators, Coach tours, Ferry trips and personal mobility equipment operators and Information Centres can all be facilitate in a location like Warriewood and supported in Mona Vale town centre.

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