The Brookvale Cable Landing Station (Brookvale CLS) is located at 21 Chard Rd, Brookvale NSW 2100, Australia, owned by SCCL Australia Limited.

The Brookvale CLS is one of terminal stations in Sydney for the Southern Cross Cable Network, which also lands at the Alexandria cable landing station in Sydney.

The Gondwana-1 submarine cable system connecting New Caledonia and Australia, landed at the Brookvale CLS in 2008. 

JGA South also lands at the Brookvale CLS. AARNet Pty Ltd (APL) is the landing party for JGA South Sydney landing.

APL owns and operates Australia's Academic and Research Network (AARNet). APL is a not-for-profit National Research and Ed.ucation Network (NREN). The shares of APL are owned equally by 38 Australian Universities and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).

APL is a licensed telecommunication carrier in Australia. APL does not own or control a cable landing station in Australia. APL leases and controls a space dedicated to JGA South with in the Brookvale cable landing station, which is owned by SCCL Australia Limited.


Brookvale Cable Landing Station 


Station Name:

  • Brookvale Cable Landing Station, or Brookvale CLS


Station Location:

  •  21 Chard Rd, Brookvale NSW 2100, Australia (33°45'49.1"S 151°16'25.5"E)



Station Owner:

  • Southern Cross (via its subsidiary SCCL Australia Limited)


Available Backhaul Providers:

  • Optus, Southern Cross


Cable Systems: