Breakfast Point

Time to Sydney CBD, NSW

Train 0.55h
Car 30 mins
Walking 2.18h
Cycling 0.56h

Breakfast Point is a suburb in the Inner West of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Breakfast Point is located 16 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district. It is in the local government area of the City of Canada Bay

According to historical records, the suburb name is derived from the first contact between Europeans and the traditional owners of the land, the Wangal Clan. The encounter took place on 5 February 1788 during Captain John Hunter's exploration of the Parramatta River, while Hunter was having breakfast. William Bradley, First Lieutenant on board HMS Sirius, recorded the following entry in the log:

We landed to cook breakfast on the opposite shore to them (Breakfast Pt.). We made signs to them to come over and waved green boughs. Soon after which 7 of them came over in 2 canoes and landed near our boats. They left their spears in the canoes and came to us. We tied beads etc. about them and left them our fire to dress their muscles which they went about as soon as our boats put off.

Hunter, who was later to become Governor of New South Wales, is also remembered in the name of the nearby suburb of Hunters Hill.

Explore Breakfast Point Waterfront Location
Perfectly positioned only 30 minutes from the centre of Sydney, Breakfast Point provides residents with a location that offers everything at their door step.

Survey the waterfront golf courses, parklands and walkways which make staying fit and healthy a pleasure, consider the state of the art health facilities such as Concord Hospital – Breakfast Point is the perfect stage for a more convenient and enjoyable lifestyle.

Only minutes from some of Sydney’s most respected public and private schools, with public transport systems that are second to none, getting around is simple and efficient. Within 30 minutes of sailing from Cabarita Jetty, the Rivercat can transport you into the excitement and wonder of Sydney’s business district, shopping centres and cultural highlights.

Local buses travel frequently to neighbouring suburbs, major universities, local train stations and the city centre. Breakfast Point is centrally located for easy access to major roadways, including the M4 for a swift connection to Sydney’s West.


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