About Bonnet Bay
Bonnet Bay is a suburb in southern Sydney, in
the state of New South Wales, Australia that is
located 29 kilometres (18 mi) south of the
Sydney central business district in the local
government area of the Sutherland Shire. The
postcode for Bonnet Bay is 2226, which it
shares with neighbouring Jannali and Como.
Bonnet Bay is located on the eastern bank of
the Woronora River, which flows north into the
Bonnet Bay draws its name from the adjacent
bay of the same name. A noteworthy feature of
this suburb is that all of the streets are named
after American Presidents. Washington Drive
runs through the length of the suburb and is
twice split into one-way 'Upper' and 'Lower'
sections due to the steep hills it runs across.
Nixon is the last President a street is named
after. The only street not named after an
American president is Tudar Road, which
originates in NW Sutherland and cuts through
Burnum Burnum reserve to enter Bonnet Bay.
Bonnet Bay is mostly residential, with a small
shopping centre located in Kennedy Crescent,
known as the Bonnet Bay Shopping Village.
Bonnet Bay Public School is located on Tudar
Bonnet Bay has a boat ramp, a number of
picnic and recreational areas, including
a cricket oval, soccer oval, two netball courts
and two baseball fields.