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Dee Why Taxi Maxi, In the Australian state of New South Wales, on the coast of the city of Sydney, the Dee Why neighborhood is 18 kilometers north-east of the city’s central business district. Along with Brookvale, it is considered the principal hub of the Northern Beaches. It is the principal administrative center for the local government district governed by the Northern Beaches Council.
On either side of Pittwater Road, the principal road on the Northern Beaches, is Dee Why’s primary commercial district. This business zone extends down the streets leading to the beach and up Fisher Road. This neighbourhood is marked by its 1960s shop-top, two- and three-story buildings and its subsequent, four- to ten-story structures.
Currently, there are four shopping centers in the Dee Why area. One of these is the Dee Why Market, which was constructed in the 1970s and renovated extensively in 2009. There are a Woolworths supermarket and The Reject Shop in this single-story shopping centre.
The Dee Why Grand is owned by ISPT and is situated within a massive mixed-use development that was completed in July of 2010. This development also includes a newly constructed Dee Why Hotel, 170 residential apartments, a 10-story office building with 6,500 square meters of space, a large-format bottle shop, and a three-level parking garage in the basement. • The upcoming Dee Why Town Centre will be a shopping centre with more than 300 apartments, an outdoor movie theatre, a piazza dining area, specialty stores, and other attractions. The Dee Why RSL Club is a multi-purpose facility that was founded in 1937 and currently has an Asian restaurant, a café, the Aqua Bar and Lounge, the Flame Lounge and Bar, a bottle shop, and a function space. The address is Pittwater Road.
Additionally, the Warringah Council Chambers and the Dee Why branch of the Warringah Library are located on Pittwater Road. The Dee Why branch is one of the Library’s four networked branches; the others are located in Belrose, Forestville, and Warringah Mall.
The Strand is a large commercial district that spans along Dee Why’s southern beachfront. It consists of two- to four-story structures that house residences, cafes, restaurants, and bars with sea views.
In addition, there are eight stores, the bulk of which are single-story, near the intersection of South Creek Road and Pittwater in northern Dee Why, adjacent to the lagoon. In addition, there are a few convenience stores distributed throughout suburban regions.
The majority of Dee Why’s buses travel along Pittwater Road and provide service in both directions: southbound to the City, Manly, and north Sydney, and northbound to Collaroy, Cromer, Narrabeen, and the Pittwater region. The principal bus stop for these routes is located at the street’s junction with Howard Avenue. There are also services to Chatswood and Manly via McInstosh Road and Freshwater, respectively. Both of these locations are reachable. During the week, there is a spot near Dee Why Beach that is served by two express routes that leave for the city in the early morning and return in the afternoon.
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