Narrabeen Lagoon

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Allenby Park

About Warringah

Clean water, clean air, protected bushland, sustainable development. That’s the future we’re building.

Native Plants and Trees

Warringah is home to a wide range of plants because of our variety of landscapes.


We’re working for a cleaner, less wasteful, more sustainable way of life. You can help.
Rubbish Truck

Rubbish and Recycling

Warringah’s working to slash landfill, take the lead in recycling and reduce litter. We can’t do it without you.

Water Management

We work to improve the cleanliness of stormwater, manage stormwater infrastructure and try to reduce the impact of flooding.
Vegetation on Sand Dunes

Coastal Management

Coastal storms have the potential to cause major havoc on Warringah’s beaches.
Swans and cygnets


Warringah has six main catchments: Cowan, Middle Harbour, Narrabeen, Dee Why, Curl Curl and Manly. There are also a number of smaller catchments that...


We manage our precious bushland that is home to numerous threatened species.


Warringah is home to over 400 species of native animals. All native animals are protected in NSW and it is against the law to harm them.
Growing Herbs

Your Backyard

Some tips and information to help you enjoy your backyard.