List of Wollongong suburbs

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This is listing of the suburbs and localities in the greater Wollongong metropolitan area in alphabetical order.

Suburbs are listed here if they are inside the Wollongong metropolitan area and are listed in the Geographical Names Register [1] as suburbs or localities, with some exclusions. (Excl.) For this list the Wollongong metropolitan area is considered to be the Australian Bureau of Statistics's Wollongong Statistical District, which includes the Wollongong, Shellharbour and Kiama local government areas. [2]

In some cases suburbs cross into other LGAs, or are effectively managed by other government bodies for specific purposes - these are noted where known.

Notes

^CoW Located within the City of Wollongong [3]
^Excl. Brogers Creek and Broughton listed in the GNR under Kiama but are believed to be predominantly located in Shoalhaven LGA [4] and have been excluded.
^Kiama Located within the Municipality of Kiama
^RNP Part of the Royal National Park and managed by National Parks and Wildlife Service (New South Wales)
^SCA Part of the Upper Nepean Scheme and managed by Sydney Catchment Authority
^Shell Located within the City of Shellharbour
^Wollondilly Shared with Wollondilly Shire [5]

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References

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