Malabar Headland

Malabar Headland is a coastal headland of approximately 160 hectares, located 12 kilometres south of the central business district of Sydney. It is a former Defence site that adjoins intensive urban development in the beachside suburb of Maroubra. It is rich in environmental, cultural and heritage values.

Malabar Headland is part of the Commonwealth Government's non-Defence domestic property portfolio and is managed by the Department of Finance (Finance). It comprises of three lots in Commonwealth ownership – Lot 202, 301 and 302. Lot 102, approximately 17 hectares, located on the western side of the headland, has been transferred to the State of NSW and gazetted as a national park.

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View of Malabar Headland from Malabar and Maroubra beaches.
Aerial View – Malabar Headland, Sydney NSW [ - 3.27 MB]

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Last updated: 08 July 2014