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Water sports at Cronulla

This summer, grab your beach towels, order your fish and chips, and hit the sand at Cronulla Beach, one of the many beaches on the beautiful coastline just south of Sydney. In addition to being one of the areas's top surfing beaches, it's close to Royal National Park, and, if you keep your eyes peeled, you just may spot dolphins and turtles in its waters.

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About Cronulla

On the coastline around Cronulla, there are plenty of things to do from surfing and fishing, to hiking, whale-watching or just lazing on uncrowded beaches. Cronulla Beach is one of the longest Sydney beaches with a sparkling outdoor cafe scene, although to the locals Cronulla is four beaches not just one. Just south of Cronulla is the peaceful village of Bundeena, a ferry ride across Port Hacking River.

While Cronulla Beach is a major highlight of the area, nearby are two of Sydney's best national parks for bushwalking - Royal National Park and Heathcote National Park. In the "Royal", you can also go rowing, ocean fishing and surfing.

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