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Queenscliff Sydney, New South Wales Manly Lagoon, dusk Population: 3,049 [1] Postcode: 2096 Location: 16 km (10 mi) north-east of Sydney CBD LGA: Warringah Council State District: Manly Federal Division: Warringah Suburbs around Queenscliff: North Manly Freshwater North Manly Queenscliff Tasman Sea Manly Manly Queenscliff is a beachside suburb of northern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Queenscliff is located 16 kilometres north-east of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of Warringah Council and is part of the Northern Beaches region. History Queenscliff was named in honour of Queen Victoria. The area was popular with holiday-makers from the early 1900s to World War I, who stayed in holiday shacks on the headland.[2] Queenscliff is famous amongst the Australian surf beaches for its "heavy" waves (bomboras) that break out at sea. The stories recounting how Dave Jackman dared to ride one in 1961 gave rise to big wave surfing in Australia.[3] Geography Queenscliff Beach is situated at the northern end of a long stretch of beach at Manly that includes North Steyne Beach and Manly Beach. Manly Lagoon was originally called Curl Curl Lagoon[4] and the name Curl Curl appears to be the original Aboriginal name for the Queenscliff, Manly Vale area, Manly Creek was originally Curl Curl Creek and Queenscliff Headland was originally Curl Curl Headland. References ^ Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2006 ^ The Book of Sydney Suburbs, Compiled by Frances Pollon, Angus & Robertson Publishers, 1990, Published in Australia ISBN 0-207-14495-8, page 216 ^ "Episode 1". Bombora: The Story of Australian Surfing. 2009-03-26. No. 2, season 1. ^ Manly Council Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Queenscliff v · d · eSuburbs of Warringah Council | Northern Beaches | Sydney Allambie Heights · Beacon Hill · Belrose · Brookvale · Collaroy · Collaroy Plateau · Cottage Point · Cromer · Curl Curl · Davidson · Dee Why · Duffys Forest · Forestville · Frenchs Forest · Freshwater · Ingleside · Killarney Heights · Manly Vale · Narrabeen · Narraweena · North Balgowlah · North Curl Curl · North Manly · Oxford Falls · Queenscliff · Terrey Hills · Wheeler Heights List of Sydney suburbs This article related to the geography of Sydney is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e Coordinates: 33°46′57″S 151°17′05″E / 33.7825°S 151.28472°E / -33.7825; 151.28472