Named after the 200 year anniversary of the arrival of the First Fleet, Bicentennial Reserve is a popular local recreational resource. It’s home to a number of attractions including the playing fields of Bicentennial Reserve Oval, Willoughby Leisure Centre, the Northern Suburbs Netball Association and the Flat Rock Baseball Diamond.
A wide shared cycle/pedestrian pathway links through to Artarmon Reserve and Flat Rock Gully. Playground equipment, barbeques and picnic facilities make it a much-loved family destination, with people flocking to The Incinerator Café for its seasonal menu. A mural by contemporary Aboriginal artist Shane Haurama can be found in the reserve, depicting the indigenous people and landscape of the gully.
A 10 minute stroll away, Naremburn Village on Willoughby Road is home to a handful of welcoming cafes and restaurants with a family friendly vibe. Step out for authentic pizza or stop in for your morning brew at favourite haunts such as Forsyth Cafe. Drop into Flat Rock Brew Café for a slice of classic English pub culture on your doorstep and enjoy an expertly curated menu of craft beer, including their own in-house ale. You’ll also find a selection of local shops and services here, from the beautiful flowers of The Ivy League florist to a chemist, bottle shop and wellness and beauty offerings.
Stroll north up Willoughby Road and you’ll discover a charming village with a café culture that’s alive and well, with a number of popular eateries such as Little Giant Roasters Coffee House along with local watering hole The Bridgeview Hotel.
You’ll also find a selection of specialty stores, with French Accent being a well-known destination for French furniture. Further north on High Street, another cluster of local shops plays host to Harris Farm Markets, fashionable Japanese restaurant Gochiso, Dose for flawless coffee and the rustic appeal of High Street Bakery, where people regularly queue out the door for their fresh bread.
crows nest village
Renowned for its thriving culinary and small bar scene, Crows Nest Village is a true village in every sense of the word. Serious foodies, the local work crowd and families all head here for the great atmosphere and abundant choice of cuisine. You’ll find the professionals dining at seafood favourite Garfish, enjoying authentic Italian at Fratelli Fresh or sampling French fare at iconic Le Bouchon. No night out in Crows Nest is complete without a stop in at The Crow Bar, with its moody surrounds and intimate atmosphere, or a wine in the picturesque courtyard of Small Bar.
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