Calderwood, New South Wales

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New South Wales
Calderwood is located in New South Wales
Coordinates34°33′27″S 150°44′32″E / 34.55750°S 150.74222°E / -34.55750; 150.74222Coordinates: 34°33′27″S 150°44′32″E / 34.55750°S 150.74222°E / -34.55750; 150.74222
Population173 (2016 census)[1]
LGA(s)City of Shellharbour
State electorate(s)Kiama
Federal Division(s)Whitlam
Suburbs around Calderwood:
Marshall Mount Yallah
Tullimbar Calderwood Albion Park Rail
Tongarra Tullimbar Albion Park

Calderwood is a suburb in the City of Shellharbour in New South Wales, Australia, lying to the Northwest of Albion Park.[2] At the 2016 census, Calderwood had a population of 173.[1] It is currently undergoing suburban redevelopment through Lendlease. [3]


At the 2016 census, there were 173 people in Calderwood.

  • The most common birth location was Australia (73.9%) followed by England (5.7%), Spain (3.4%), Scotland (1.7%), Netherlands (1.7%) and Italy (1.7%).
  • 87% of people only spoke English at home.
  • The most common responses for religion were Catholic (39.5%), Anglican (31.7%) and No Religion (14.4%).


There is currently 1 school in Calderwood:


The main recreational attraction in Calderwood is the Calderwood Valley Golf Course, which has a total of 18 holes totaling 5091 metres.


Calderwood is currently undergoing a suburban redevelopment through Lendlease. According to the Calderwood Valley Masterplan,[4] there is:

  • A proposed village centre and town centre
  • A proposed government primary school and government high school
  • A proposed permanent community centre
  • A proposed recreation precinct and park.

The development is set to be one of the largest master-planned communities in the Illawarra region, with 609 hectares providing around 4,800 homes for an estimated 12,500 residents.


  1. ^ a b Australian Bureau of Statistics (27 June 2017). "Calderwood". 2016 Census QuickStats. Retrieved 24 July 2017. Edit this at Wikidata
  2. ^ "Calderwood". Geographical Names Board of New South Wales. New South Wales Government. Retrieved 24 July 2017.
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