Located to the south of the city centre is one of Sydney’s largest and most popular beaches. Cronulla Beach is made up of a number of rock pools, sand dunes and beaches. To the south is the main beach, Wanda, suitable for children and the elderly. North Cronulla is the spot to go for young people looking for fun and surf.
Even further to the north are the Cronulla sand dunes overlooking the upper beach. The sand dunes are a great place to take your four wheel drive, especially considering you are able to park it on the beach and unload your jet ski straight on to the water. The upper beach also has a site for whale watching!
There is a great grassed amphitheatre overlooking the beach at Cronulla with plenty of shade, trees and playgrounds. To compliment this, there is an impressive amount of cafes and restaurants surrounding the area.
Cronulla beach is the only beach that is patrolled in the winter months. Additionally it is wheelchair accessible, has disabled toilets and a free beach wheelchair service.
20-38 Gerrale Street,
Cronulla, NSW, 2230
Who should go?
All people who love the sand, breeze and water are more than welcome at Cronulla Beach. It is a fantastic way to relieve stress or get the kids outside.
How to get there
Please visit Transport NSW as your guide to public transport timetables, fares and accessible transport.
Cronulla Beach CBD - Open / Closed
- SUN open
- MON open
- TUE open
- WED open
- THU open
- FRI open
- SAT open
Upcoming Events & What's On around Cronulla Beach
Skyhooks Legend: Bob “Bongo” Starkie Band – ‘Million Dollar Riff’ Celebrating The Music Of The SkyhooksFriday, 27 April The Brass Monkey - Cronulla
(All the Hits with a smattering of rarities that need to be heard) ‘MILLION DOLLAR RIFF’ Bob ‘Bongo’ Starkie, guitarist with the legendary skyhooks... more
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