Woonona is a northern suburb of Wollongong, New South Wales, on the northern area of the Illawarra coastal plain. It is bypassed by the M1 Princes Highway to the east and Memorial Drive to the west.
The district’s history lies in cedar getting and coal mining which brought migrants from England, Wales and Scotland with townships heritage evident by its numerous historic buildings scattered throughout the suburb including the Woonona Post Office, Woonona Infants School, Woonona Industrial Co-operative and the Woonona School of Arts.
Today it is mostly light density residential and the local beaches are popular for fantastic surfing conditions and famous for the “Dorrigo Ave” break.
Serviced by a state primary and state high school, it also caters to locals with a number of green spaces, including Hollymount Park and Nicholson Park, which ribbons along the beachfront.
A central train station connecting north and south services the suburb.
The Woonona Surf Life Saving Club and Woonona Bulli RSL are local haunts, with tasty food options, cafés, function areas and entertainment.
The Woonona Pony Club is part of the Pony Club NSW, established in 1946, a not for profit organisation, providing elite developmental and education programs, coaching and competitions.
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