Getting to the Northern Beaches Hospital
More than 1,200 additional weekly bus services have been introduced across the Northern Beaches to improve access to the new Northern Beaches Hospital opening on Tuesday 30 October, and meet the growing demand for services in the Frenchs Forest area.
New routes and more frequent services provide greater travel options across the Northern Beaches, including Manly, Balgowlah, Seaforth, Brookvale, Dee Why, Narraweena, Beacon Hill, Frenchs Forest, Belrose, Forestville and Chatswood areas.
New route 141 connects Manly, Seaforth and Belrose (Hakea Avenue and Blackbutts Road) to the new Northern Beaches Hospital. This route has over 300 weekly services running hourly from 5.30am to 11pm each day.
New route 193 connects Brookvale, Narraweena and Belrose (Forest Way) to the new Northern Beaches Hospital. This route has over 460 services each week, running between 5am and 11pm on weekdays and between 5.30am to 11pm on weekends.
You can transfer at Dee Why between B-Line, 199 and L90 buses and new high frequency 136 services to the new Northern Beaches Hospital.
Bus routes 136, 141, 169, 193 and 280 stop out the front of the hospital on Frenchs Forest Road. Services from these stops run to Dee Why, Warringah Mall, Manly, Chatswood, Belrose and the City. Download and print maps of buses to the Northern Beaches Hospital Precinct (pdf 114KB) and see how they link with connecting services (pdf 137KB).
More bus options are also available on Warringah Road, Wakehurst Parkway and at Forest Way. It is approximately a 10 minute walk to buses at Forest Way.
From Tuesday 30 October other changes to Northern Beaches health services include:
- Manly Hospital will close and all services will move to the new hospital at Frenchs Forest
- Mona Vale Emergency Department will move to the new hospital at Frenchs Forest. Mona Vale Hospital will continue to operate as high-level rehabilitation and sub-acute hospital.
For more information visit northernbeacheshospital.com.au