Breakfast Point is an Inner West suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. We’re located on the Parramatta River, 16 kilometres west of Sydney’s central business district and within the City of Canada Bay local government area. Breakfast Point has over 2,600 dwellings and more than 5,500 residents living on a peaceful peninsula.

Modelled on the US east coast’s Hamptons area, Breakfast Point was designed by renowned American architect, Drew Barnyak for developer Rose Corporation. It is one of the largest urban renewal communities in Australia, on the site of AGL’s former Mortlake Gasworks. Almost one-third of the 52 hectares are devoted to carefully landscaped gardens, parks and community facilities, including our Village Green, Community Hall and Country Club.

Breakfast Point is a diverse community of many nationalities, with a wonderful mixture of single residents, young couples and families and many who’ve chosen it as their ideal retirement residence. We have excellent access to public transport, with buses and a ferry wharf adjacent to the site and major road and rail links a short distance away. Residents have a wide array of cafe and dining options nearby, along with a pharmacy, several medical and dental surgeries, hair and beauty salons, plus a supermarket in the village centre.

There are many activity groups within our community that provide social interaction and a chance to be involved in something worthwhile. Whatever your interests there’s sure to be a group that suits so take a look at the Activity Groups listing under Community Info.

Take a look at the latest “Breakfast Pointer” newsletter to stay up to date with all that’s happening. Also make sure to have a look at the history of Breakfast Point, a fascinating look back to how our wonderful community began. Our Photo Gallery provides another interesting look at our community through the eyes of our residents. If you are an aspiring photographer and would like to share your creations please contact us.