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The exclusive enclave of Burradoo, south of Bowral, is one of the southern highlands hidden gems and often compared to England for its impressive gardens, stately manors and grand architecture. It’s also an area of impressive natural beauty, with the name Burradoo actually coming from an Aboriginal phrase meaning many brigalow trees. Burradoo’s beautiful open spaces include Bong Bong Common, where locals can enjoy the walking and cycling paths or indulge in a bit of train spotting.

Younger tree-changers and professional families are drawn to the area for its peace and privacy and the convenience of being a short drive or leisurely walk to nearby Bowral and only 90 minutes to Sydney by car or two hours on the train from Burradoo station. It’s a family friendly area, with a selection of excellent independent schools and there’s also a local pony club.

With no local shops or cafes, which adds to the exclusive and tranquil ambience, residents can make the easy trip to one of the larger villages in the region for boutique wineries, excellent restaurants and cafes or cosy pubs with log fires.

Suburb features


Oxley College

Chevalier College


120km south west from Sydney

167km north east from Canberra


Burradoo train station is on the Main South line between Sydney and Goulburn


Bong Bong Common

Burradoo Park

Burradoo Pony Club

Nearby suburbs

Moss Vale

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We are excited to bring a premium real estate brand that fits perfectly into the local area. Established as a boutique agency, we have a community approach to our work and an ambition to help as many people as possible with their real estate needs while making the experience the best in the industry.