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Bulli Meat & Seafood Fresh Reviews (3)

Mussels

4 years ago
Today fresh and only $6/kg. Simmered with white wine and garlic for lunch with their fresh baked pane de casa. What could be better?!!
Georgia Phillips - Stanwell Park

Best seafood

3 years ago
Best meat and seafood in the area for sure. The produce is fresh and tender with lots to choose from. The tastes are even better - definitely worth the trip. I know that I will be backing return visits on a regular basis. Thanks for your awesome customer service and friendly atmosphere
Sharren - Wollongong

Mince meat

2 years ago
Twice now we have bought premium mince from there and after one day it has gone off. I will not be going back there again and have let all my friends and relatives in the area know this as well.
Jack - Wollongong

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      Jack - Wollongong
      2 years ago

      Mince meat

      Twice now we have bought premium mince from there and after one day it has gone off. I will not be going back there again and have let all my friends and relatives in the area know this as well.
      About Bulli, NSW
      A suburb in the northern area of Wollongong, Bulli is located on the south coast of New South Wales and approximately 70 kilometres south of Sydney. Prior to European settlement beginning around 1815, the area was inhabited by the Wodi Wodi Aborigines. The suburb’s name came from an Aboriginal word for “double or two mountains.” Bulli was once a coal mining village, with operations by the Bulli Coal Company beginning in 1862. A rail was built from the mine to Bulli Jetty at Sandon Point, where coal was deposited for loading onto ships. While the mine has long been levelled, some remnants of the entrances, offices and other infrastructures can still be seen in the area. Aside from historical spots that serve as reminders of its coal mining past, the suburb is also a popular destination for Bulli Beach, a well-known surfing spot, with regular surfing competitions held at Sandon Point.