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Burraneer is a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Burraneer is approximately located 31.2kilometers North of the Sydney central business district, located 18.5km North to Sydney International Airport.

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Burraneer is a bayside suburb in southern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Burraneer is 26 kilometres south of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of the Sutherland Shire. Burraneer sits on the peninsula of Burraneer Point, on the north shore of the Port Hacking estuary. Burraneer Bay forms the western border and Gunnamatta Bay the eastern border. Woolooware is the only adjacent suburb. Cronulla is located across Gunnamatta Bay. The suburbs of Dolans Bay, Port Hacking and Caringbah South are located across Burraneer Bay. The villages of Maianbar and Bundeena are located on the opposite bank of Port Hacking. Burraneer is a mostly residential suburb comprising predominantly large family homes with some offering expansive water views of the Port Hacking. The name Burraneer Bay was recorded by surveyor Robert Dixon in 1827 as Burranear Bay, who chose many Aboriginal names for many of the bays in the area. It is popularly believed to mean point of the bay, probably due to an over-reading of an 1890 report by Richard Hill.[2] , In 1858 Mary and Andrew Webster paid 108 pounds and 15 shillings plus a yearly peppercorn quit rent for their land here. The Websters sold their land to Dominick Dolan in 1863. James Wilson purchased his block of 252 acres (1.0 km2) for 252 pounds in 1862. In 1866, he sold his land to Thomas Holt (1811-1888), who added it to his huge 12,000-acre (49 km2) estate that stretched from Sutherland to Cronulla.

A group of shops and cafes are located on Woolooware Road, between Dominic St and Cross St. Another smaller group of shops is located nearby on Burraneer Bay Road, on the corner of Gannons Rd, opposite Burraneer Bay Public School. The Royal Motor Yacht Club is located on Gunnamatta Bay. The Burraneer Bay Marina is located on Burraneer Bay. The Burraneer Family Practice is located at the corner of Woolooware and Burraneer Bay Roads. There is a petrol station and mechanic located directly across the road, however this falls into the suburb of Woolooware. The closest railway station to Burraneer is Woolooware railway station, a station on the Cronulla branch line of the Sydney Trains Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line, or the T4 line. The station, like all NSW train stations, is opal active. All services are double deck electric trains of eight carriages traveling to Bondi Junction, stopping at major interchange stations such as Sutherland, Wolli Creek, Sydenham and Central. The station has two platforms and electronic indicator boards.

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