Woronora Heights

Woronora Heights is a suburb located in the Sutherland Shire in southern Sydney, Australia. It is situated on the ridge above the Woronora River, offering stunning views of the river valley and surrounding bushland.

The suburb is largely residential, with a mix of single-family homes and townhouses. Many of these properties are built on sloping blocks, adding to the area’s scenic and unique character. Woronora Heights is known for its quiet and peaceful atmosphere, making it a popular choice for families and retirees.

One of the main attractions of Woronora Heights is the abundance of natural beauty in the area. The suburb is surrounded by several national parks, including the Royal National Park and the Heathcote National Park. There are also several walking trails and lookout points in the area, offering stunning views of the surrounding bushland and waterways.

Despite its secluded setting, Woronora Heights is still within easy reach of the city and other amenities. The nearby suburb of Sutherland has a train station with regular services to the CBD and other parts of Sydney, while the nearby shopping centers in Menai provides a range of retail and dining options.

Did you know?

The majority of the streets in Woronora Heights are named after birds.

Woronora Heights FAQ's

The best way to get to Woronora Heights is by car via the Bangor Bypass. Alternatively, there are several buses that run throughout the area from Sutherland and Menai, including stops along Bundanoon Rd and Warrangaree Dr.

Woronora Heights is a great place to live for those seeking a peaceful and natural setting within easy reach of the city. Whether you’re looking to explore the great outdoors or simply relax in a tranquil setting, Woronora Heights has something for everyone.


Local Businesses in Woronora Heights

Build Space http://www.buildspace.com.au/

Life and Memories Photography http://www.lifeandmemories.com.au/