Port Hacking

Located just south of Sydney, Port Hacking is a scenic waterfront area that offers a variety of recreational activities and beautiful natural scenery. Whether you’re looking to relax on the beach or get some exercise on one of Port Hacking’s numerous hiking trails, this charming suburb has something for everyone.

With its convenient location along the M1 motorway, Port Hacking is easily accessible by car or public transportation. There are plenty of local buses that connect throughout the neighborhood, including stops along Burraneer Bay Road on Route 322 as well as multiple stops along Bottlebrush Crescent and Maple Street on Route 651. For those looking to travel even further within Sydney, there are also several train stations nearby in Cronulla and Sutherland.

 

Did you know?

In 2008, Australia’s Next Top Model took place at Port Hacking.

 

FAQs

How do I get to Port Hacking?

There are many buses that connect throughout the area, including stops along Burraneer Bay Road on Route 322 as well as multiple stops along Bottlebrush Crescent and Maple Street on Route 651. You can also take the train from Cronulla or Sutherland stations.

What are some things to do in Port Hacking?

For those looking to relax, there are plenty of parks and green spaces perfect for a picnic or a leisurely stroll. Or, you could visit one of the many cafes and restaurants along Port Hacking Road and Yarrawa Avenue. If you’re looking for some outdoor adventure, then be sure to check out the many hiking trails in the area. So whether you’re looking for a quiet day at home or an exciting adventure, Port Hacking has something for everyone.

Is Port Hacking a good place to live?

Yes, Port Hacking is a great place to live for those looking for a scenic suburban lifestyle. With its convenient location along the M1 motorway and multiple public transportation options, it’s easy to commute to work or school. Plus, as one of Sydney’s most beautiful suburbs, Port Hacking offers stunning waterfront views that are perfect for a day at the beach or a leisurely walk. So if you’re searching for an ideal place to call home, be sure to check out this charming seaside suburb.

 

Local businesses

Kids Aquatic Survival School http://www.infantswim.com.au/

KAZ Early Learning Centre http://www.kaz.net.au/