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Staying at Freshwater Apartments has long been a tradition for families seeking a quieter Northern Beaches getaway as an alternative to the buzz of world-class Manly Beach. Since the early 1900s, visitors have flocked to Freshwater Beach, which gave birth to the surfing culture in Australia.
Thankfully, camping on a beach is now a thing of the past, and Freshwater Apartments provide all the comforts and convenience expected from serviced apartments in Sydney in the 21st century. The bonus is that these beachside luxuries are coupled with the tranquil amenity of Freshwater village. The iconic Manly Beach is conveniently located just over the hill, so guests can experience all the wonders of Manly without the hustle and bustle of staying in the hub of the Northern Beaches.
Freshwater Apartments has been offering its services since 1927, so in 2008 it was time to renovate the properties from the ground up. The newly made complex boasts two contemporary self-contained, beach-style residences designed to accommodate the needs of the environment as well as our guests. All rainwater is captured and stored in tanks, while some power is generated by solar panels, while energy-efficient showerheads and light fittings reduce waste.
Above all, the convenient location makes staying in our Freshwater accommodation such an attractive choice. Visitors enjoy a short 100-metre walk to the beach. The Calm Café is at your front door and more than ready for your next coffee or meal.
Come evening, and your entertainment needs can be met at the popular Harbord Hotel, just a 50-metre walk heading west. And if shopping and eating out is on the agenda, Freshwater Village is only a 200-metre stroll away.
It’s just a 20-minute walk or five-minute bus or car ride to Manly, should you dare enter its buzzing rat race. Manly’s city centre provides a hub that links visitors to the Sydney CBD with the beautiful Manly Ferry, or a direct peak hour bus service to the city, with the world-famous Opera House and Harbour Bridge. When returning to the Northern Beaches in the evening, the most sought-after transportation is a sunset ferry ride, where commuters can marvel at the colourful, picturesque Harbour backdrop.