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Allambie Heights is a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia approximately located 16.8 kilometers north of the Sydney central business district, located 27.2 km North of Sydney International Airport.

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Allambie is an Aboriginal word that means “peaceful place”. An estate by that name was subdivided and auctioned in 1918. Likely, a “goat track” that roughly follows the existing Allambie Road today was used by the Aboriginal people to access the ocean beaches at nearby Manly. The suburb was developed in the late 1940s and early 1950s. Allambie Heights Post Office opened on 1 February 1961. According to the 2016 census of Population, there were 7,009 residents in Allambie Heights. 71.0% of people were born in Australia. The most common countries of birth were England 7.6%, New Zealand 2.1%, China 1.8%, and Italy 1.6%. 83.9% of people only spoke English at home. Other languages spoken at home included Mandarin 1.8% and Italian 1.6%. The most common responses for religious affiliation were No Religion 33.7%, Catholic 28.1%, and Anglican 18.1%. Many of the streets in Allambie Heights are named after notable battles , and prominent allied political leaders of World War II. These include Moresby Place, Owen Stanley Avenue, Wewak Place, Kirra Road, Libya Crescent, Derna Crescent, Tobruk Avenue, Tia-Drew Parade, Anzio Avenue, Roosevelt Avenue, and Churchill Crescent. Darmour Ave is probably named after the Battle of Damour and simply a misspelling. The main business area in Allambie Heights consists of an IGA supermarket, newsagent, delicatessen, bakery, community center, and the local primary school. It is also home to the Warringah Aquatic Centre. The suburb is also home to a range of retirement villages including the Italian Scalabrini Village and the German Lutheran Homes. There are also a number of care centers for the disabled including The Sunnyfield Association, The Cerebral Palsy Alliance, and Allambie Special School. Allambie Heights is bordered to the south by Manly Dam Reserve  which is the habitat for several species of plants and animals. The area is also home to several Australian Aboriginal rock carvings, one of the outstanding examples being the group in Gumbooya Reserve. Garigal National Park sits on the western border. To the north, Allambie Heights is bordered by Allenby Park, which includes small patches of rainforest and is bisected by small creeks and waterfalls. Bushfires have destroyed much of the bushland area in recent years, however, this is part of the Australian ecology cycle and the forests regenerate fairly quickly Maxi van taxi Sydney, best maxi/taxi Sydney, airport maxi/taxi, book minibus taxi, maxi/taxi, maxi/taxi to Sydney airport, maxi/taxi airport, taxi van Sydney, maxi cabs Sydney Australia, maxi/taxi online, maxi/taxi Sydney airport, maxi/taxi airport Sydney, maxi/taxi booking, book maxi cab, booking a maxi cab, maxi/taxi Sydney quote, maxi/taxi to airport Sydney, maxi cab booking, maxi/taxi, booking a maxi/taxi, maxi/taxi how many seats, maxi/taxi cabs, maxi/taxi Sydney, maxi taxis Sydney, Sydney maxi/taxi, booking maxi/taxi, maxi/taxi to the airport, maxi cab taxi.

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