Kurnell is situated on the Southern headland of Botany Bay, 22km from the CBD and home to the stunning Kamay Botany Bay National Park.
Kurnell is considered a historically significant location, being the ‘Birthplace of Australia’, where Captain James Cook first landed in 1770 and made contact with the original inhabitants, the Gweagal.
Kurnell is an extremely active suburb, offering a variety of seaside activities. Triathlons, fishing, sailing, scuba diving, windsurfing, whale watching and a 4WD park translate to a thriller seekers’ playground!
Regular buses provide residents with access to Cronulla trains, buses and taxis , while total time for the Sydney CBD commute is around 75 mins.
Kurnell is a popular real estate destination for families, having Kurnell Public School at their front door, while secondary schools in Cronulla and Woolooware are only a short bus trip for high school students.
Kurnell hosts original, updated and modern coastal family homes, many with generous balconies and entertaining areas, with those on Prince Charles Parade (which runs along the beachfront and southern shore of Botany Bay) capturing spectacular northerly views to Port Botany, Brighton-le-Sands , the Airport and the city skyline.