Burraneer is an exclusive suburb in Southern Sydney, 26km south of the CBD. Nestled on the peninsula of Burraneer Point, between the Burraneer and Gunnamatta Bays.
An opulent suburb filled with grand waterfronts, water view homes and residential masterpieces, Burraneer’s properties tend to be very tightly held, occupied by primarily affluent residents with and without children.
Burraneer has a number of beautiful parks, bushland, playgrounds and waterways, while the strip of shops on Woolooware Road has the essential “corner store” needs covered, plus gourmet food, wine and sidewalk cafe.
Burraneer Bay Public School means a quick morning drop off, while alternative schooling options are only around the corner in Cronulla, Woolooware or Caringbah.
The Royal Motor Yacht Club and the Burraneer Bay Marina are spectacular locations to anchor your boat when you’re not exploring the pristine waterways around the Port Hacking or to catch up over delicious meal within a family friendly environment. It’s less than 5 minutes from Cronulla’s eclectic array of restaurants for all tastes and times.
The closest railway station is in Woolooware but the short distance to Cronulla allows easy access to frequent trains, buses and taxis. It’s roughly a 50 minute train trip into the CBD.