Bulli is a northern suburb of Wollongong arranged on the south shore of New South Wales, Australia. Bulli is conceivably gotten from an Aboriginal word implying "twofold or two mountains", yet different determinations have been recommended. Initially possessed by Wodi Aborigines, European woodcutters worked in the territory from around 1815. The territory was once plenteous in Red Cedars, these are currently still observed yet meagerly.
The principal lasting European pilgrim was Cornelius O'Brien, who built up a ranch in 1823 and whose name was given in the go at O'Brien Road south at Figtree. Bulli soil is additionally the essential wellspring of soil and establishment of Sydney Cricket Ground, which makes the SCG being seen generally as a standout amongst the most turn cordial universal cricket grounds in Australia. This pleasant shoreline is 900 meters since quite a while ago, sponsored by sand ridges and a vast parkland territory perfect for family picnics and social events.
This shoreline turns out to be as prominent as the close-by troop stop houses numerous guests throughout the entire year. Bulli is found 11 kilometers north of the Wollongong focal business district. The Bulli Coal Company opened a mine in 1862 on the ledge and constructed cabins to house mineworkers and their families. Coal was transported by rail from the mine to Bulli Jetty at Sandon Point where it was stacked onto ships.