Short Summary: Belrose And The Rainforest

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Belrose Summary
Belrose is known locally as The Forest because of its lush greenery and proximity to two national parks and leafy landscape. The centre of Sydney is a mere 19 kilometres away, making the work or play commute easy by vehicle or bus. When the locals aren’t working in the city, they are spending time with their families in one of the lush parks or playgrounds. Local retirees love this pristine little paradise where they can relax, enjoy retirement, play golf, and watch the local children play and grow up. It’s not unusual to see the residents of Belrose at one of the two shopping centres or at the beach, especially on the weekends.
Belrose Profile
While Belrose is primarily a residential Northern Beaches suburb of Sydney, it does have two rather nice shopping centres, where the locals and visitors eat, drink, shop, and gather. Belrose has several nice neighbourhood
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Additionally, Belrose is bordered to the north by the Ku-ring-gai Chase and Garigal National parks.
• Wyatt Reserve Wyatt Avenue offers a place to play cricket, softball, tennis, and soccer, as well as ample parking and a children's playground. For artists, there is a legal graffiti wall.
• The Wakehurst Rugby Park on Forest Way & Waldon Rd is the home ground for all Wakehurst Rugby Club team. This is a luxury sports field with club amenities like a food and beverage kiosk, Members Bar, full-service canteen, dressing rooms, and game fixtures.
• Pusan Reserve on Pusan Place us a lovely neighbourhood playground.
• Undula Reserve on Undula Place us a small, local, neighbourhood playground. It was renovated in 2013 and received a Gold Award for Commercial Design from the Australian Institute of Landscape Designers and Managers.
• Birrong Reserve on Birrong Ave features a neighbourhood playground and has a nearby bus stop where locals take public transport wherever they need to

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