About Belrose

Belrose is how suburban life should be. Small enough to have a tight-knit sense of community, yet full of wide-open spaces for generously sized family homes. It is close to the beaches with the bonus of a lush sense of greenery thanks to the giant swathes of national parks surrounding the suburb. All this natural beauty as well as two shopping hubs to choose from with supermarkets, chemists, cafes, restaurants & boutique stores all of your needs are met.

The houses here are made for families, with most of them built from the 1960s onwards, enjoying front and backyards and plenty of parklands. Only 19km from the city centre, locals regularly commute by car or bus to work but relish the tranquil weekend harmony that this pristine paradise offers families and retirees alike.


The Belrose area is serviced by a private bus company, Forest Coachlines, as well as government bus routes.



  • Glenrose Shopping Village Click for link
  • Belrose Super Centre Click for link
  • There is something for everyone at The Belrose Hotel. It features an open-plan bar area, comfortable lounge area, a bistro serving great tasting, well priced food, the largest ‘soft-play’ playground in any hotel in Australia. Click for link
  • Lionel Watts Playspace Click for link
  • Glen St Theatre - the Northern Beaches' most enduring and loved performance space Click for link

Median House Prices in Belrose

  • House: Buy: $1,620,000
  • Rent: $950 PW

Median Unit/Apartment Prices in Belrose

  • Unit: Buy: $615,000
  • Rent: $500 PW