Banora Point, NSW 2486

4.3(9 reviews)

Ranked 9th best suburb by locals in Richmond-Tweed Region, NSW

Great for

  • Safe and sound
  • Schools
  • Clean & green
  • Peace and quiet
  • Neighbourly spirit

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  • Families With Kids
  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Retirees
  • Beach Lovers

Reviews of Banora Point, NSW

"The Place To Be"

Lovely neighbours now great friends, close to everything no need to travel, quiet yet always moving, amazing views, large blocks of land, great Parks and Clubs.

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  • Families with kids
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"Beautiful Banora Point, a lovely place to live"

Banora is a lovely place for families to live. There is a choice of schools, private and NSW Ed department and all have good reputations. Close by is Southern Cross university, which offers a good range of courses There are TAFE campuses in Kingscliff and Coolangatta.
Banora has a two supermarkets Coles and BiLo, a medical centre and numerous speciality stores. Newly renovated and extended Tweed City shopping centre has all major stores, movie theatres, banks and a large food court.
Banora point is a short drive from Kingscliff where you can indulge in great coffee or enjoy beautiful beaches. It is a short ten minute drive into Coolangatta which has even better beaches, restaurants and shopping. Our family has lived in Banora for ten years and love it.

Great for

  • Family friendly
  • Good education options
  • Safe

Not great for

  • Think i am the wrong person to ask, cannot think of anything!

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  • Retirees
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Tate Brownlee real estate agent
Tate Brownlee
Tate Brownlee Real Estate

"Great sense of community and quiet area- close to beaches,shops, parklands and international airport."

I personally reside in the 2486 postcode and would not live anywhere else! Great place for families and retirees alike and is the perfect place for a relaxed lifestyle. If you are a local please support our local area by posting!

Great for

  • People, beaches, shopping, weather

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  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • Tourists
  • Country Lovers
  • Trendy & Stylish
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"Great place to live"

Great schools, great people, great beaches close by

Great for

  • People, beaches, shopping, weather

Not great for

  • None just a great place to live

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  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • Tourists
  • LGBT+
  • Hipsters
  • Students
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Rentals in Banora Point

"I'm feeling sorry for my old mate who lives here."

My mate has a great house, though in Brit terms I'd call it a bungalow with a great view; its on acres of land with loads of sheds.
He's a farmer and misses his land and stock and this outer urban living is not suiting him.

When I visit its like the lost souls who live round here, secure on their expensive acreage, just wishing they were somewhere else. No amount of money and a good view can make up for being in the wrong place. You might look out over Tweed Heads and the lower Gold Coast and feel smug but you'd all be better living in Brisbane or Sydney - no matter how many BMWs and AUDIs you've got in the sweep round drive.

Broone the Sporting Brit - Brisbane and upcountry

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robt13

Spoken like a true jealous clown. So, you do not live there, your "friend" does. He moved there and is by the sounds of it, very well-off. He misses the land and stock and made a mistake (according to you) by moving there. Then you suggest Sydney or Brisbane instead of Banora Point. Both have no farms due to them being CBD's. Something tells me that you are a self-proclaimed "educated" individual when it comes to all things environmental and Covid related. I do wish you all the very best in your lonely, bitter and poor life. Although, I am sure you would have us all believe otherwise. Sorry, not going to work! You let the cat out of the bag with your original comment.

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"Flametree Park"

The mobile phone reception from all but Telstra is poor, if you see people in their driveways on the phone you will know why!!

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  • Families with kids
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"Banora Point is in NSW NOT QLD!!!"

Since when has Banora Point been in QLD? Banora Point is actually located in the state of NSW just south-west of Tweed Heads on the NSW side of the NSW/QLD border.

The integrity of this site is jeopardised by such a stupid mistake. Although I am pleased that SOME streets in Banora Point mentioned on this site DO have NSW after them.

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browzer

Thank you for correcting this error.

Tate Brownlee real estate agent
Tate Brownlee

Great place for a relaxed lifestyle, with amazing beaches, shops, alfresco dining, schools and short distance to the Gold Coast, Byron Bay and commutable distance to Brisbane. Perfect area for retirees with plenty of clubs, shops, and hospitals close by. Could not be a better place for families with excellent education, a great sense of community and plenty of parklands, reserves (including Mount Warning), and play areas (both coastal and parklands). One of the best median temperatures all year round. If you are thinking of selling, buying or renting I look forward to hearing from you.

cheryll18

What about for singles in the 50-60 age group?

kimberleyo1

Hi, do you know of any pet friendly rentals in the area. My son and I are about to be homeless in 2 weeks as the owner of our home of 6 years wants there very pregnant daughter to move in. We have an old rescue dog who has heart and lung issues so he faints alot and does nothing. We are in pottsville but it is way out of our price range now plus my parents live in Banora Point and need a bit more help. Any help would be so much appreciated. Kimberley

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