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One of Canada’s oldest and most scenic Lakefront Communities.
In 1834 Bronte was founded as an independent Village and was known as a small quaint fishing community. The Village became annexed in 1962 and formed part of the Town of Oakville.
Bronte is well known for its many attractions including: Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park, Bronte Harbour Boardwalk and Pier, Lighthouse, Fisherman’s Memorial, Bronte Outer Harbours, Marina, The Sovereign House, Bronte Beach Park, Bluffs Park and Waterfront Trail to name a few.
Bronte Village offers a variety of food options from fine dining to fast food outlets. Many of the restaurants are located along the waterfront with patios overlooking the Harbour and Lake. Several small boutique shops throughout the neighbourhood.
The newly redeveloped Bronte Village Mall located on the Northeast corner of Lakeshore and Bronte Rd features a newly built Farm Boy food market and Rexall Pharmacy.
Bronte, Oakville is part of the Greater Toronto Area located in between Toronto and Niagara. Easy access to all major routes and the Bronte GO station. Come for a visit and discover the hidden Gem and all it has to offer!