Belrose is a suburb on the northern beaches of Sydney, approximately 9 kilometres north-east of the Sydney CBD in the local government area of Northern Beaches Council. Belrose is also considered to be part of the area colloquially known as The Forest.
Garigal National Park and Ku-ring-gai National Park form the northern border, the areas are popular with cross country bicycle riders, equestrians and bushwalkers and offer a wonderful outdoor facility to local residents.
Playing fields in Belrose include the Lionel Watts Oval, a sporting ground for children, and Frenchs Forest Showground, both are home to a myriad of sporting pursuits. BTH Raiders is the local soccer club, encompassing Belrose and Terrey Hills. The main oval is Wyatt Oval, but BTH also uses Terrey Hills ovals. More than 900 players are in the local club and it has a vibrant over-35 competition.
Belrose is home to at least two sets of Tennis courts including; The Belrose Tennis club and Wyatt Reserve tennis courts. Belrose is also home to the Belrose Bowling club.
Belrose is home to a number of schools: