As a beach town, Bulli boasts a beautiful natural environment in a prime position on the south coast of NSW, making home feel like a holiday. Bulli Beach is the main drawcard, with a kilometre-long stretch of sand, dunes, great surfing conditions, and a park that’s ideal for picnics.
The suburb is home to a tight-knit community made up of young families, empty nesters and retirees. It’s dog-friendly and offers a relaxed, outdoorsy lifestyle, as well as an easy commute to Wollongong and Sydney. Locals have access to specialty stores, supermarkets, cafes and a bustling pub, while the larger Thirroul Plaza and Stockland Shopping Centre Corrimal are only a few minutes away with the help of a walking track that runs from Thirroul to Wollongong.
Whilst the buildings and houses in Bulli are charming, with many pointing to its heritage as a mining village in the 19th century, properties for sale vary between traditional homes, large blocks and new developments.
The Bulli Beach Tourist Park features camping and caravan facilities, and attracts visitors year-round. Sandon Point Beach is also popular, while Sea Cliff Bridge and the nearby Sublime Point Lookout offer spectacular views of the coastline. Illawarra Grevillea Park is a beautiful botanic garden, and for those looking for more activity, Thomas Gibson Park has sporting ovals.
Bulli High School
Bulli Public School
St Joseph’s School
Waniora Public School
Woonona High School
84km from Sydney
11km from Wollongong
Bulli is well-serviced by public transport, with buses and trains operating regularly