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Bilgola Plateau is a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Bilgola Plateau is approximately located 43.0kilometers north of the Sydney central business district, located 46.5km north Sydney International Airport.

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Bilgola Plateau is a suburb in Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. The suburb is mainly residential, with two small rows of shops, a small park and a primary school located on the top of the plateau. Bilgola Beach on the eastern side features a surf club and kiosk. Rising to an elevation of 150m above sea level, the suburb has views of the beach and the ocean on the eastern side, and views of the body of water, Pittwater on the western side. To the north are the suburbs of Avalon Beach, Whale Beach, and Palm Beach, with Careel Bay being a minor bay in between the latter two, as well as Clareville to the North West. To the south are Newport, Mona Vale and Narrabeen. The plateau was previously named Mount Loftus, after governor of NSW Lord Augustus Loftus. Given its modest elevation, designating it as a plateau is more appropriate, and is now named for the Aboriginal derived name of Bilgola (derived from the local aboriginal language meaning “swirling water”), likely describing Bilgola Beach to the east. According to the 2016 Australian Census, 3518 people live on Bilgola Plateau. The majority (71.1%) were born in Australia, with those born in England (11.1%), New Zealand (1.8%), South Africa (1.7%), Germany (1.3%) and the USA (1.3%) making up a large portion of the residents. Given this, a large majority (90.7%) of households speak only English. The median age is 44 years old.

The population of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals is low, at 0.7% of the total residents. The suburb was divided into two separate suburbs in 2012 – Bilgola Beach and Bilgola Plateau. The main road connecting the northern part of the Barrenjoey Peninsula to the rest of Sydney, Barrenjoey Road, runs through Hewitt Park along the cliff line between Bilgola headland and Bilgola South headland. The road separates Bilgola Plateau from Bilgola Beach. The ocean side of Bilgola, like all the suburbs on the peninsula, features sweeping surf beaches punctuated by high, rocky headlands; the west side faces the calm waters of Pittwater, though suburban boundaries show that Bilgola does not reach the Pittwater shoreline. Bilgola Beach, 33 kilometres north-east of the Sydney central business district, is located on the Pacific Ocean side of the Barrenjoey Peninsula between Avalon to the north and Newport to the south. The land rises steeply behind Bilgola Beach to Bilgola Plateau and then descends to Clareville on the western side of the peninsula. Bilgola Beach itself is 500m long, faces south east and is bordered by a high headland, Bilgola Head to the north and the lower, shaley Newport Head and rocks to the south. The beach has a single sand bar cut by two shifting beach rips and permanent rips against the rocks at each end.

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