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Thirroul nsw 2515

Thirroul is a northern seaside suburb of the city of Wollongong, Australia. Thirroul is situated between Austinmer and Bulli, it is pproximately 13 kilometres north of Wollongong, and 69 km south of Sydney. Thirroul lies between the Pacific Ocean and a section of the Illawarra escarpment known as Lady Fuller Park, adjacent to Bulli Pass Scenic Reserve. Thirroul's major commercial area lies between an area just north of Bulli Pass, where the Princes Highway splits to form the Lawrence Hargrave Drive, to Thirroul Station, over the bridge and past the main centre and the Anita's Theatre building. Supermarkets include a BI- LO and IGA. Thirroul is steadily growing in population, and many new shops are added regularly. Many cafes now exist in Thirroul's main commercial area, adding to its popularity as a seaside holiday town. The Beaches Hotel and Ryans Hotel are lively pubs for locals and tourists alike, both located on the main road. Thirroul has many fashion, gift & lifestyle shops along the main streets. Thirroul is also home to King's Theatre (1913), which underwent large- scale renovations in 2006/2007 and was renamed to Anita's Theatre by the developer John Comelli, in honour of his late wife. Anita's Theatre was for sale as of May 2010 but was purchased for .05 million dollars in 2011 by a consortium of Italian investors. The boutique clothing and jewellery shops, florists, conveniences stores, news agencies and other shopping essentials make it the main shopping area for the northern suburbs of Wollongong. Thirroul also has a sub-branch of the Returned and Services League of Australia (RSL). Thirroul is part of the Northern Illawarra Chamber of Commerce [3], which was established in 1996 and is recognised as an official body by the Wollongong City Council. Its aim is to promote the identity of the Northern Illawarra in co-operation with local business owners, the resident community, and government and tourism bodies to generate local business growth for the region.


Thirroul is approximately 4.87 square kilometres. In 2016 the population of Thirroul was 6083. The population is 50% male and 50% female. On average the monthly mortgage repayments in Thirroul are $3000 to $3999. The most common weekly income bracket is $1000 to $1249 per week. Weekly rents in the area are on average $350 to $449.

Points of Interest

Altitude 1148
Austinmer Post Office
Austinmer Rural Fire Station
Bulli Hospital
Cafeli House
Earth & Soul Cafe
Flanagan's Fish Cafe
Gelato Emporium
Moon Sushi
Seafoam Cafe 6 Railway Parade (Mo-Fr 05:45-17:00, Sa 07:00-16:00, Su 08:00-16:00)
St Joseph's Catholic Church
St Michael's Catholic Church
Woonona East Post Office Shop 4 The Circle
Woonona Post Office

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