Bronte Beach

The Bronte Beach Precinct is bounded by Bronte Gully, the Pacific Ocean, Boundary St and Albion St, Macpherson St and Bronte Rd. Please note boundary lines run through the middle of the street. Bronte Beach Precinct is part of Lawson Ward.

Bronte is named after an early property in the area, which was named after a town in Sicily. It was originally known as Nelson Bay.

Settlement of the area dates from the 1830s, when the first land grants were made. Population was minimal until the late 1800s, with growth from the 1880s into the early 1900s. Expansion continued during the immediate post-war years. The population declined slightly from the mid 1990s.

Major features of the area include Bronte Park, Bronte Beach, the Bondi to Bronte Coast Walk, Bronte Baths, Bronte House, Waverley Cemetery and a number of schools.

Meetings in 2018

All residents of the precinct area are welcome to come along and be heard.
Venue: Lugar Brae Church Hall, Lugar Brae Lane, Bronte
Time:  7.30 - 9.30 PM

  • Wednesday 21 February (AGM)
  • Wednesday 2 May
  • Wednesday 20 June
  • Wednesday 22 August
  • Wednesday 17 October
  • Wednesday 5 December

Click links below for agendas, minutes, response reports


          Wednesday 1 March 2017
          Wednesday 3 May 2017
          Wednesday 16 August 2017
          Wednesday 25 October 2017
          Monday 13 November 2017
          Wednesday 6 December 2017


          Wednesday 1 March 2017
          Wednesday 3 May 2017

Click to view agendas and minutes from 2016 and earlier years


Position: Co-Convenor
Name: Virginia Milson and John Batts
Email: and

Position: Secretary
Name: All

Position: Committee
Name: Roger Rajaratnam, Andrew Goffe, Michael Hudson and Sally Kendall