Burradoo is a village south of Bowral, in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, Australia, in Wingecarribee Shire. In 2006, Burradoo had a population of 2,073 people.[1].

The village is one of the most expensive area in the Southern Highlands (the other being the residential area located on Mount Gibraltar) with the average property value of the area being $1.01 million in 2009.[2] This is because Burradoo is home to many historic manor houses and large modern architectural homes on large properties.

Burradoo comes from an Aboriginal phrase meaning many brigalow trees.[3]


Burradoo is host to two private High Schools:

  • Oxley College
  • Chevalier College


Burradoo is a part of the Southern Highlands railway line on the Cityrail Network.


Coordinates: 34°30′S 150°25′E / -34.5, 150.417

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