Are you considering Cringila, NSW 2502 as your next move? It's a good first step to discover if the area is a good fit for you based on factors such as proximity to schools etc. The Homes.com.au suburb profile utilises market-leading data to provide you with the Cringila median property prices, market trends & demographics to allow you to make informed decisions about your next property move.
Whether you are upsizing or downsizing to Cringila, continue reading for a brief history lesson to discover more about the amazing lifestyle and what makes this suburb a worthy option.
Lifestyle Cringila, New South Wales has an array of amenities including a church, a post office, and a school. Some examples of amenities are churches, post offices, schools, buses or trains that can take you into the city. Schools include Cringila Public School.
History Cringila was once called Steeltown, it was changed to Cringila in 1928 when the first blast furnace opened up at the Port Kembla steelworks. The first public school opened in 1935 and it was known as Steel Town School. In 1957 the Cringila Public School opened. Cringila is now a densely populated southern suburb in the city of Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia. The suburb is bounded by Berkeley, Unanderra, Lake Heights and Warrawong. The suburb is planned on a north-south residential/commercial strip and the east-west streets that adjoin it, making a rectangular pattern. Cringila Community Park is a 78 ha site purchased by Wollongong City Council after residents defeated a proposal by BHP to use the land as a dump for industrial waste. Its main purpose is to regenerate the local area's natural wildlife. Surrounding Cringila's primary school is a protected rainforest. A fraction of Cringila is the Port Kembla steelworks.
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