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Collaroy Plateau Taxi Maxi, Collaroy Plateau is a northern Sydney suburb in New South Wales, Australia. Collaroy Plateau is located 22 kilometres north-east of Sydney’s central business district inside the Northern Beaches Council local government area and is included in the Northern Beaches region. Collaroy Plateau was established as a separate suburb in 1977 and assigned the postcode 2098. It was reallocated as a neighbourhood within Collaroy in 1984, and its postcode was altered to 2097. In 2001, all communities were renamed Urban Places. Collaroy Plateau and Wheeler Heights were re-established as suburbs by the Geographical Names Board of New South Wales in 2011 in response to community pressure. Collaroy Plateau lost its classification in 1984, although the surrounding community never stopped thinking it a suburb.
A portion of Collaroy Plateau overlooks the Northern Beaches of Sydney, which include Collaroy Beach, Long Reef Beach, Narrabeen Beach, and Narrabeen Lagoon.
Collaroy Beach is also where one of three backhaul Internet lines connecting Australia to the rest of the world, the PPC-1 cable, reaches landfall.
Collaroy is an aboriginal name that translates to “big reeds,” and the suburb was originally a part of Narrabeen. In 1881, the steamship “Collaroy” grounded near the furthest southern point of the Long Reef neighbourhood. The calamity that gave the neighbourhood its name attracted crowds from all around the region. Still placed at Narrabeen Primary School is the anchor.
The Collaroy Plateau Post Office was established on 1 April 1949 and closed in 1988. The Collaroy Plateau West Post Office was created on November 1, 1967 and renamed in 1996 to Collaroy Plateau.
• Heritage and History of Warringah
There are more than one thousand places of Aboriginal culture and history in the Sydney districts of North Sydney, Lane Cove, Willoughby, Manly, Warringah, Ku-ring-gai, and Pittwater.
Despite its proximity to Sydney throughout the nineteenth century, Warringah remained predominantly agricultural. Isolation and difficult terrain were intrinsic barriers to the region’s development.
Buses are the second most common means of public transit, following private automobiles.
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