The Kurnell Peninsula, located on the southern shores of Botany Bay in Sydney's south, is a significant cultural and ecological asset. It is the site of significant wetlands (including the most important in the Sydney region at Towra Point), contains regionally significant vegetation, endangered species, sand dunes, habitat for migratory birds and the Green and Golden Bell Frog,and extensive seagrass beds and marine biota. The Peninsula is home to two of Sydney's icon Reserves: Botany Bay National Park and Towra Point Nature Reserve.
Kurnell currently has a population of about 2600 and most of those residents live in houses that range from about $400,000 through to $1,500,000 if you are fortunate enough to live on Prince Charles Pde which has uninterrupted views over Botony Bay to the city skyline.
The Current median house price in Kurnell is $481,500.