Narraweena is a suburb of northern Sydney, in the confess of New South Wales, Australia. Narraweena is 18 kilometres north-east of the Sydney central matter district, in the local government Place of Northern Beaches Council and is allowance of the Northern Beaches region.
Narraweena has two primary schools; Narraweena Public School and St John the Apostle Narraweena Catholic School.
Narraweena is an Aboriginal name meaning a quiet place in the hills. The suburb developed after World War II, when the estate was subdivided, Narraweena Post Office opening on 1 April 1953.
Italian people from Pazzano in the past the 1980s have organised an annual Santo Salvatore’s fiest, with a statue very similar to the indigenous that is taken from the catholic church of Narraweena just about the suburb and back.