Duffys Forest is located 28km north of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and 10km from Mona Vale or Narrabeen, on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. At 200m above sea level, Duffys Forest is one of the smallest suburbs in Sydney, encompassing approximately 125 properties.
The suburb has a friendly rural atmosphere as generally the minimum lot size is 2ha, and most of the suburb is surrounded by the Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. The area where Duffys Forest now stands was originally home to the Gurungai People, evidence of whom abounds in the form of Rock Art -engravings and hand stencil paintings- stone groupings, tools and middens.
The DFRA is an active voice for the residents of Duffys Forest, and supports the volunteer Duffys Forest Rural Fire Brigade (DFRFB). Many of DFRFB’s 130 members are local residents, using the local Fireshed at Anembo Rd as a regular meeting place.
Drive through the main gates and proceed to the carpark then meet at the picnic area near Rangers building to sign on. GATES OPEN AT 8.30AM. What to wear? Protective […]
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