Sports Pavillion, Cronulla. Credit: Hamilton Lund; Destination NSW
One of Sydney’s most iconic beachside neighbourhoods, Cronulla has one of the longest stretches of beach in Sydney, and is a popular spot for surfing.
This southern Sydney suburb hosts a huge variety of events year-round, making it a popular destination for beach lovers and day trippers alike. Jump on a train from the heart of Sydney and you’ll be on Cronulla beach before you know it.
From the fantastic beachside Cronulla market which is held on the second Sunday of the month, to the iron man and women events and surfing competitions, Cronulla’s calendar is features something for everyone. Don’t miss Australia Day at Cronulla, a concert by the ocean topped off with spectacular fireworks. You can also learn to surf at the Cronulla Surfing Academy; with highly experienced coaches, they can tailor a program to suit you. While you’re in the Shire, you can also catch the ferry to Bundeena and explore the Royal National Park, one of the oldest national parks in Australia.
The Nutri-Grain IronMan and IronWoman Series returns to North Cronulla beach in January 2016 for the final two Rounds of the Series. Competition is set to be fierce, as the athletes battle it out in t...