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Austinmer is a northern suburb of Wollongong on the south coast of New South Wales, Australia. It sits in the northern Illawarra region, south of Stanwell Park and immediately north of Thirroul. The town's main beach is Austinmer Beach, a patrolled surf beach and a popular tourist beach. A second smaller and unpatrolled beach lies directly to the north of Austinmer beach, and is known locally as "Little Austi". The main road through the town is Lawrence Hargrave Drive, which connects with the…

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What defines you as a local how you pronounce the suburb. Bull-eye to locals and Bully to everyone else. Located at the bottom of bulli pass and south of popular thirroul. Two major residential areas are Sandon Point, known for its beach houses and water views. The other is 'brickworks' estate, a newer area founded on the old Bulli brick yards. Less shopping than surrounding suburbs however bulli is very popular with surfing and lifesaving competitions and sporting events. East Bulli's landscape…

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Approx 18 km north of wollongong Coledale is a small coastal village know for its picturesque beaches and dramatic escapement views. Coledale village is a small strip of shops well frequented with various cafes, restaurants and homewares. Coledale school is known for probably having the best views on the coast. As the land is squeezed between the ocean and the mountains it's a very small strip of land that allows Coledales residents to be only meters away from both. Along with its neigbours austinmer…

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Behind wollongong itself, corrimal is the second biggest commercial centre. Encompassing a number of banks and financial institutions, Three major shopping centres including Stocklands and various cafes and smaller shops. The Corrimal station is located on funnily enough Railway street. There is a library, public pool and four primary schools and one high school services the surrounding areas. Corrimal generally has more low maintenance, higher density living than its neighbours with it popular…

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