Cordeaux Heights is a city of Wollongong, New South Wales. It is situated on the eastern foothills of Mount Kembla and has access to main arterial roads including the Princes Highway and the Princes Motorway.
Cordeaux Heights was named after William Cordeaux, an early resident and land commissioner.
This small suburb, which is mostly residential has a local supermarket, take-away food outlets, is serviced by 2 local schools, Illawara Christian School and Unanderra Public School with the area accommodating scattered independent businesses.
Locals are in close proximity to the Illawarra Escarpment State Conversation Area, millions of years in the making, the area features dramatic sandstone cliffs and a medley of dif...