Bogangar, NSW 2488

4(5 reviews)

Ranked 14th best suburb by locals in Richmond-Tweed Region, NSW

Great for

  • Peace and quiet
  • Neighbourly spirit
  • Parking
  • Parks and recreation
  • Clean & green

Not great for

  • Nightlife
  • Public transport
  • Childcare
  • Internet access
  • Shopping options

Who lives here?

  • Families With Kids
  • Professionals
  • Retirees
  • Singles
  • Tourists

Reviews of Bogangar, NSW

20th March 2024

"Bogangar is a coastal suburb"

Bogangar is a coastal suburb located approximately 40 kilometers south of Tweed Heads and about 130 kilometers south of the Gold Coast's central business district. Its tranquil beachside location offers residents a relaxed lifestyle away from the hustle and bustle of urban centers. While Bogangar is not directly adjacent to major cities, commuting to Tweed Heads or the Gold Coast is achievable via the Pacific Motorway (M1) and Tweed Valley Way, with travel times typically ranging from 45 minutes to 1.5 hours depending on traffic conditions.
Bogangar is situated within proximity to several schools catering to the educational needs of its residents. These include both public and private primary and secondary schools, known for their supportive learning environments and quality education. Bogangar boasts a range of parks, reserves, and outdoor recreational areas, perfect for residents to enjoy the natural beauty of the region. The suburb features beachfront parks and reserves, including Cabarita Beach and Bogangar Beach, offering opportunities for swimming, surfing, picnicking, and leisurely walks along the coastline. Additionally, nearby nature reserves and coastal trails provide residents with opportunities for bushwalking and wildlife observation.
While Bogangar may not have a wide range of dining options within its immediate vicinity, it offers residents a selection of local eateries and dining establishments. These include cafes, takeaway outlets, and casual dining venues serving a variety of cuisines. For a wider range of dining experiences, residents can explore neighboring coastal towns or travel to Tweed Heads and the Gold Coast, where a diverse culinary scene awaits.

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"Best beach town"

I have lived in this town 16 years now and can say we have seen allot development and new businesses come into town with allot more tourists as we won the best beach in AUS award. Don't tell anyone its best place to live.

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
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"I Caba's Defence"

I am a little bewildered by another review on this site reflecting on...

1/ 'Poor TV reception'. I get 54 digital TV stations perfectly. (thats about 25 more than my friends in Brisbane) This includes Gold Coast TV, of course.There is probably nowhere better to get two states TV signals in the country, without an expensive antenna.

2/ 'Poor mobile reception' The i-phone 4 uses 3G technology and works perfectly with full signal strength.Of course if you're with Vodaphone, you're lucky to get any reception, anywhere!

3/ 'Slow internet speed' Although not outstanding, the Internet Speed average where I am in Caba is 1.77 Mbps, well above the 1.2 minimum for ADSL. Not shattering I agree, but certainly fast enough to stream movies etc.

Great for

  • Beach
  • People

Not great for

  • Ummm zero

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • Tourists
  • LGBT+
  • Hipsters
  • Trendy & Stylish
  • Beach Lovers
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... wow 54 channels - I bet you get scores of shopping channels!

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"Love it, despite some obvious compromises which need to be made"

If you forget about the very frequent power outages, the non existent mobile coverage, the terrible TV coverage and the slowiest broadband ever, this is the place to be. One of the last haven on the Tweed Coast (although it looks like the developpers are getting in too) as we are surrounded by a reserve which hopefully means the village cannot extend anymore and we also have a max 2 storey building policy. Not too many shops (but apparently we're getting a Woolworths) and some nice neighbours who mind their own business and make the whole environment very peaceful. Not many parks unfortunately. If like us you have no kids and it's all about your pets, you will find a fantastic vet surgery opened 7 days but no off leash park. The only option is the 2 off leash beaches. There are a lot of dogs in Cabarita Beach and a little bit of a barking issue but not that bad once you get used to it.
Beautiful swimming and surfing of course. The only major problem that if I had known of I would not have moved here I guess is the bush fire risk. We've been living there for less than a year and had 2 major ones. Not very nice breathing in smoke for 10 days and worrying about your house and pets but that's nature I guess.

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
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"Good"

Good

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
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