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Balgowlah Heights Taxi Maxi, In the Australian state of New South Wales, the northern Sydney neighbourhood of Balgowlah is known as Balgowlah. The suburb of Balgowlah is located 12 kilometres north-east of Sydney’s central business district, within the Northern Beaches region and within the Northern Beaches Council’s local government area. Manly Vale, Balgowlah Heights, and North Balgowlah are included in Balgowlah’s postcode, which is 2093.
In 1832, the area was given the Aboriginal name Balgowlah, which meaning “north harbour” in reference to its location in relation to Port Jackson. During the early years of European colonisation, the region was known as Little Manly. Whitehall was the name of the official residence of Australia’s first prime minister, Sir Edmund Barton, located on White Street. The Norwegian Seamen’s Church has been located in Whitehall since it first opened its doors in 2004.
Condamine Street and Sydney Road constitute the majority of Balgowlah’s core commercial district. Harvey Norman and Bunnings Warehouse are the two most significant businesses in the Balgowlah region. Stockland Balgowlah is a shopping mall located on Condamine Street. On July 15, 2009, the centre opened its doors for the first time. In addition to Coles and Fitness First, 62 additional stores comprise its primary majors. On top of the historically noteworthy Totem Centre, which originally opened its doors in 1959, Stockland Balgowlah was built. Totem’s name was inspired by the native North American model. In addition to 33 stores, the shopping centre had a bowling rink and a big Woolworths department store. The Totem Centre was in a state of deterioration at the time of its 2007 demolition, and the Totem name was not retained until the structure was demolished in 2007. Despite this, the centre is still occasionally referred to as “Totem” by those in the vicinity. The closest large shopping centre is Westfield Warringah Mall, which is located two kilometres north of the neighbourhood.
There are a few relatively compact shopping districts in Balgowlah, some of which are the only remaining instances of the traditional “corner shop” from before the 1960s.
Balgowlah is one of the stations that the free Hop-Skip-Jump bus service makes along its route. The Northern Beaches Council supplies this service. In addition, there are numerous public buses operating in the neighbourhood, with the vast majority passing through Balgowlah en route to Manly, Warringah Mall, Seaforth, and the city.
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