LLB Accountants Serve Cronulla

 

 

About LLB Accountants

Our services include:

• Business advice and monitoring
• SMSF (self-managed super funds) setup and services
• Trusts
• Auditing
• Financial statement preparations
• Budgeting • GST advice
• BAS preparation
• Company incorporation
• Tax planning/advice

General information of Cronulla

Located roughly 26km away from the Sydney centre is the beachside suburb of Cronulla. Cronulla is bordered by Bate Bay, Gunnamatta Bay, Port hacking and Botany Bay. The original inhabitants of the land were the Gweagal people. The word ‘Cronulla’ means the place of pink seashells in traditional aboriginal language.

Demographics

Cronulla was home to an estimated 17,000 people in 2011 which has been steadily rising over the years. The vast majority of residents are Australian born. The others originated from countries including USA, UK and South Africa. Most are employed full time in the professional services with administration being the second largest industry.

Transport

Located along Cronulla Street, the railway station is situated in the heart of the suburb. The western part of the suburb is also close to the neighbouring train station of Woolooware. Bus stations are scattered across the suburb, operated by Transdev NSW with stops at Cronulla station as well as the surrounding areas. Kingsway is a major road that passes through the suburb east to west and leads into Taren Point Road which goes to the city via Sydney airport.

Commercial area

Cronulla Street is regarded as the main commercial area of Cronulla, extending along Gerrale Street, Kingsway and other surrounding areas. There are many shops offering an extensive range of products and services including many different types of cafés and restaurants.

Housing

Walking around Cronulla, you will be able to find a variety of both classic and new style houses. Due to its beachfront location and being a tourist area, property prices in Cronulla had risen over the years.