CRONULLA COAST AND SUTHERLAND SHIRE
It is time to share one of the best kept secrets in Sydney – Sutherland Shire.
From Kurnell to Waterfall and all the wonderful spots in between, the Cronulla Coast is a vibrant destination 25km south of the Sydney CBD.
Located just a short train trip south of the city, Cronulla is one of Sydney’s most popular beach suburbs with its sandy white beaches and abundance of activities to keep the entire family entertained for hours.
Take a surf class, explore the ocean depths and spot the weedy sea dragon, or head out to sea for some deep sea fishing or whale watching in season. Explore Port Hacking with a river cruise or under your own steam in a kayak. If indulgence is preferred, Cronulla boasts a wide range of great restaurants and cafes, many with water views.
BUNDEENA – Nature’s Masterpiece
From Cronulla, catch the historic ferry to charming Bundeena, where a slower pace of life reigns and locals always have time for a chat. Stay for a few days pampering in a B&B and explore the Art Trail. Venture into the Royal National Park, hike the coast track, visit secluded beaches, ancient rock art sites and picturesque picnic settings. Cycle Lady Carrington Drive, or escape with memories of a bygone era in a rowboat at historic Audley. The nearby Sydney Tramway Museum provides a unique way to get to Audley with tram rides from the Museum to the National Park.
For another slice of history visit Botany Bay National Park, famous not only for the site of Captain Cook’s 1770 landing but also as Sydney’s best whale watching spot. View whales from the park’s purpose built platform as they migrate along the coast to warmer waters.
The Cronulla Coast and Sutherland Shire has activities and attractions to keep the whole family entertained. Stroll the E.G Waterhouse Camellia Gardens, talk with the animals at Symbio Wildlife Park, be inspired by nuclear science at ANSTO or visit one of the following attractions.
Come for the day or stay overnight, discover us soon…
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