Population: 2,982
Average Age: 40 to 59
Owner: 80%
Renter: 20%
Family: 62%
Single: 38%


Situated in the Upper North Shore of Sydney, Warrawee is located 21 kilometres north-west of the
Sydney Central Business District in the local government area of Ku-ring-gai Council.
It has an area of 133 hectares. Its boundaries, at least for some residents, blur with the adjoining suburbs of
Wahroonga and Turramurra, with which it shares the postcode of 2074.

Warrawee is predominantly a residential area with few commercial entities.

Warrawee is serviced by Sydney Trains North Shore, Northern & Western Lines.

Warrawee is home to the reputable Warrawee Public School and residents of
Warrawee are able to access many other high-performing schools in the surrounding suburbs.

Warrawee boasts several parks, recreational and sporting facilities. These include;
Warrawee Park
Kuruah Park
Rosetta Park
Kent Oval
Warrawee Bowling Club
Warrawee Croquet Club
Warrawee Function Centre