Aged care facilities in the Manly area
Did you know that in-home care can be another option for those living in Manly?
Get a little or a lot of help with personal care, domestic help, meals and more. Private and government-assisted services are available to support living independently at home.
Some general info on the suburb of Manly
A trip to Manly is always a holiday trip. Manly offers its locals and tourist a palatable lifestyle and it seems to glow in delight.
The main activity hub of Manly is called The Corso, a community sandwiched between the Sydney Harbour on the west and the Pacific Ocean on the east. The Corso is a community has a line of leisurely places like bars and restaurants, shops and places for outdoor recreation like biking, swimming, surfing, tennis, volleyball, and others. The Corso starts at Manly Beach and ends at the Manly Harbour, where ferries and buses can be found. At each end of The Corso is a shopper’s delight –shopping arcades at The Corso’s north while more shops and a large supermarket await people in the South.
On weekdays, you will find Manly as an active hub. On weekend, it intensifies with people coming for the beach.
Manly, especially Manly Beach, is a delight for surfers and swimmers. Aside from beach lovers, Manly is a wonderful place for cyclists as it has over 20km of cycle tracks. Art and craft lovers will love The Manly Village Art and Craft Market, a monthly held event while music lovers will celebrate in the Manly Jazz Festival is held on the October Labour Day weekend.
Manly is holiday suburbia and is quite far from the city – often 20 minutes by car o 30 minutes by the ferry.