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Small crowds of people at the Cronulla Sports Pavillion, Sydney


  • Cronulla Beach
  • Cronulla Beach


Fun in the sun at Cronulla Beach

Grab a beach towel, order some fish and chips and hit the Cronulla Beach, stretching along a beautiful curve of coastline just south of Sydney. In addition to being one of the area’s top surfing spots, Cronulla is neighbour to the Royal National Park, a secluded haven of bush, beach and hiking trails.

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About Cronulla

With a beach vibe and an outdoor lifestyle, Cronulla is a laid back area with plenty of things to do. There’s fishing off the coast, hiking one of the area’s picturesque trails, whale watching or just lazing on one of the uncrowded beaches.

Cronulla boasts one of the longest stretches of beach in Sydney, with miles of golden sand and lively surf. The outdoor cafe scene offers a great vantage point where you may be able to spot dolphins popping up in the adjoining waters.

Just south of Cronulla lies the peaceful village of Bundeena, accessible via a ferry ride across Port Hacking River. The ferry will allow you to explore one of Sydney’s unspoiled waterways on a three hour cruise where you can learn about early explorers of the district, local Aboriginal sites and culture, historical settlements and deer farming in the nearby reserve.

Nearby to the beach are Royal National Park and Heathcote National Park - two of Sydney’s best wilderness areas for bushwalking, having a picnic, fishing and camping.


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  • Australian Boardriders Battle, Cronulla


    An iconic Australian beach, Cronulla is a favourite with families, swimmers, and surfers alike and is one of the most popular of South Sydney’s beaches. Nearby Maroubra offers consistently good surf conditions, and the picturesque beaches of Bundeena are just a ferry ride away, and you can learn to surf with Cronulla Surfing Academy.

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    Cronulla is a popular fishing area, home to bream, whiting and salmon. You’ll also find good fishing for flathead in Gunnamatta Bay, accessible by train and walking distance to the Bundeena ferry. For a deep sea experience, drop a line in with Cronulla Fishing Charters and Southern Sydney Fishing Charters.

  • Family at Australian Boardriders Battle, Cronulla

    Family Activities

    Cronulla is regular host to a markets, events and activities, such as the Hazelhurst Art Fest. Spend some time in Shelly Park or visit one of the child-friendly cafes by the beach. Grab some fish and chips and settle in for a picnic or explore Port Hacking on a ferry cruise and get to know this beautiful part of the world.

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