Suburb Spotlight – WOONONA
Boasting one of the largest beaches in the region, Woonona Beach offers a sensational spot to swim and surf.
The northern corner is patrolled during the summer months and when the swell is up, locals and tourists flock to the surf break off Woonona Point. There’s also an ocean pool for those who prefer to swim in calmer waters.
Across the road from the beach, Nicholson Park offers something for everyone including a large children’s playground and an outdoor gym. North Break Café is across the road so tired parents can grab a coffee while their kids wear themselves out in the park.
Early childcare facilities are also available including Little & Loud and Little Peoples Early Learning Centre. Fantastic for active kids of all age groups, there are a wide variety of sporting clubs and facilities including soccer, netball, nippers, gymnastics, a pony club and football including league, AFL and rugby.
An attractive choice for retirees, Woonona has several aged care facilities, churches and medical services. The RSL and Bowling Club allow the older generation to stay connected with their community whilst providing delicious meals and dining options for the whole family.
Downtown Woonona you’ll find everything you could ever need in a strip of shops surrounded by historic buildings.
For a little rest and relaxation try Cheryl Anne’s Hair & Beauty
The Grumpy Chef, Four Little Beans and At All and Sundry are trendy cafes that offer tasty Sunday breakfast options and great coffee.
Set amongst a stunning escarpment backdrop, Woonona is close to the beach and bush offering the best of both worlds. Accessible via the Princes Highway and by train.
Woonona is becoming increasingly popular with Sydney-siders who move here to escape the rat race and enjoy the superb coastal lifestyle this suburb has to offer!.
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