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Friends kayaking with Bundeena Kayaks, Bundeena, Royal National Park


  • Bundeena to Maianbar art trail
  • Bundeena wharf


Royal National Park

This historic national park, Australia's oldest, is now on the National Heritage List and is easily accessible by car or by ferry from Cronulla to Bundeena. More than 100 kilometres of walking trails are there for you to enjoy. The 26-km Coast Track has magnificent cliff-top views or you can take the Forest Island loop walk through cool valleys, thick with rainforest. Wattamolla, Garie and Burning Palms are amongst the most beautiful beaches in Australia.

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About Bundeena

Bundeena is a pretty seaside village, just across the Port Hacking River from Cronulla, Sydney's southernmost beach. Bundeena is surrounded by water – the Port Hacking River and beaches such as wide-open Jibbon or broad sandflats at Maianbar, perfect for kids. Go fishing, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding or enjoy an easy bushwalk in Royal National Park, bordering Bundeena. Sydney Coast Walks can guide your hiking and camping adventures through the national park while Bundeena Kayaks offer guided or unguided tours by kayak or stand-up paddle board.

Catch the ferry from Cronulla on the first Sunday of the month to discover the local art trail, when studio doors are open to the public for a rare glimpse into the working life and creative journey of each artist.


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