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There are numerous beaches to enjoy at Cronulla. At the south east tip of Sydney Australia, you can catch a train from the city centre to the Cronulla Beaches.
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From Cronulla, you can take the Bundeena ferry to visit the Royal National Park, with its secluded beaches running further south along the park’s eastern coast. There are numerous trails to explore at the park as well, of varying difficulty.
You can also find plenty of places to surf, the Cronulla beaches form the longest beach in Sydney. is famous for it. You can even take surfing lessons. Scuba diving, fishing, chances to spot whales, even occasional seals can be seen.
There is a growing Al Fresco Dining scene, as well as a diverse café culture for those who love a good coffee in the morning.
There is also an indigenous cruise available of the waters around the park, which gives an aboriginal perspective on what life was like in this region of South Sydney.
The map shows Sydney Places to Visit, including the many beach suburbs along the coast. There are also calmer beaches along the Sydney Harbour foreshore.
Note: Seasons in Australia are reversed to the Northern Hemisphere - i.e. Winter is June to August with spring in September to November, Summer is December to February. Australia has a temperate climate, with over 340 sunny days per year. Summer can have strong sunny days so wear a hat and sunscreen between 10am and 3pm (when outdoors!). Summer average temperature 22 Celsius, Winter avg. temperature 13 Celsius.
The ever popular beaches. You can get to them by bus or train from the city center: Sydney Beaches by Bus.
Amongst the many beach suburbs stretching from Cronulla in the South to the Sydney Northern Beaches, you can find a variety of accommodation, including Backpackers, Bed and Breakfasts, Motels, Hotels and international Resorts.
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