Great Mackerel Beach is a suburb of Sydney, NSW. New South Wales, Australia approximately located 43 kilometers north of the Sydney, NSW. Central business district, located 59 km north east to Sydney, NSW International Airport.
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Great Mackerel Beach is a suburb about 43 kilometres north of the Sydney central business district, from 2016 in the local government area of Northern Beaches Council, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, formerly part of Pittwater Council. It is on the western shores of Pittwater in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, beside Currawong Beach, and near Coasters Retreat and Palm Beach. The population was 36 at the 2016 census; the median age was 66, with an average of 0.3 children per family and an average of 2 people per household. The population was 301 at the 2011 census, and 103 in 2006. Currently there are 55 permanent residents in 27 properties, with many additional residents occupying properties throughout school holidays and weekends.
The Mackerel valley was formed by a creek that flows from within the National Park, passing through sub-tropical rain forest and mangroves to exit at the north end of the beach where a sand delta has been formed. The sand on the beach is the result of sandstone flowing down the Hawkesbury River and is soft and golden.
Mackerel was originally a dairy farm settled in 1823 by a John Clark who sold it on to Martin Burke who is known as “The Father of Pittwater”. Subdivision of Mackerel took place in 1920 and since then over 100 houses have been built. Originally most of the houses were fibro shacks built as fishermen’s cottages and weekenders. However much development has occurred since and now Mackerel has a large variety of homes ranging from some of the original shacks to waterfront mansions.
The Northern Beaches Council says “there are no public facilities at Mackerel Beach”. Electricity and telephone (and hence Internet) connection are available, but there is no water supply and no sewerage – houses have water tanks to collect rainwater for all purposes, and septic tanks. Residents’ rubbish is collected twice weekly from containers at the wharf. best taxi service in sydney, minibus taxi sydney, book taxi to Sydney airport, online taxi booking sydney, priority pick up zone sydney domestic airport, maxi cab services, maxi taxi Wollongong, maxi taxi wollongong, Book Maxi/Taxi Service Grays Point to Sydney Airport, Book Maxi/Taxi Service Great Mackerel Beach to Sydney Airport.
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