Sandy Point, New South Wales facts for kids
Sydney, New South Wales
Sandy Point, view from Picnic Point
|Location:||28 km (17 mi) from CBD|
Sandy Point is also a geographical formation on the southern bank of the Georges River, east of Deadmans Creek. The Sandy Point estate was created here in 1925 and it was later adopted as the suburb’s name.
Sandy Point only consists of three streets; St George Crescent, Bingara Drive and Gambier Avenue.
Sandy Point has a Community Hall with squash courts and dancing classes, a Sandy Point Rural Fire Brigade Fire Station, local bus stop, and a park with a playground.
The suburb is surrounded by bushland in the National Park which is a popular destination for bushwalkers.
Local residents worked together to create a community mural which is now on display at the Community Hall entrance.
Sandy Point Progress Association
The Sandy Point Progress Association (SPPA) is the local community association providing a forum for discussing local issues that are important to the residents of Sandy Point and lobbying those responsible for change to keep Sandy Point the great community it is today.
Residents have a say in what should be done within our local community. Meetings are 2nd Monday of every Month (except January) at the Sandy Point Community Centre and all are welcome.
Holsworthy and Pleasure Point are the adjacent suburbs. Voyager Point is also a neighbouring suburb, along with Hammondville, Wattle Grove, Moorebank, Menai, Lucas Heights, Barden Ridge, Bangor and Alfords Point. Further down and neighbouring is Heathcote, Engadine and Waterfall.
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