Lucas Heights

Lucas Heights is a small suburb located in the Sutherland Shire area of Sydney. This charming neighborhood offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation, from hiking and biking to kayaking and fishing. Plus, with easy access to public transportation options, it is convenient for commuting around Sydney or other surrounding suburbs like Cronulla.

For those who need to commute around Sydney or other surrounding suburbs, Lucas Heights also offers easy access to public transportation options. And with plenty of shops and businesses along Princes Highway, you’ll find everything you need for day-to-day life. If you’re looking for a vibrant community with plenty of outdoor activities, then Lucas Heights is the perfect place for you.


Did you know?

Lucas Heights is the site of the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) research establishment and home to the historic HIFAR research nuclear reactor.



How do I get to Lucas Heights?

You can catch a train from Lucas Heights Station, which is located on the T4 Eastern Suburbs and Illawarra line. Or, you can take the bus from any of the stops along Princes Highway.

What are the shops like in Lucas Heights?

There is a range of shops and businesses located along Princes Highway, including cafes, restaurants, and banks.

Are there any local parks or green spaces in Lucas Heights?

Yes, there are several scenic parks and reserves nearby, including the Gandangara State Conservation Area, the Mill Creek MTB Trails, and the Menai 4WD Track.

Is Lucas Heights a good place to live?

With plenty of outdoor activities and easy access to public transportation, Lucas Heights is a great place for anyone who loves nature and prefers a quiet, relaxing lifestyle. Whether you’re looking for a family-friendly neighborhood or searching for a place to call home while studying at the nearby university, Lucas Heights has much to offer. So if you’re looking for that perfect suburban retreat, be sure to check out this charming Sydney neighborhood.


Local businesses

Sydney Clay Target Club