Cronulla is another iconic beach in Sydney, and the site of a National Surfing Reserve. The long beach has great spot for swimming, and reliable waves, with enough variety for both experienced and novices surfers. The name Cronulla is derivied from the Dharawal word kuranulla, meaning “place of pink seashells”.
Beach. Left and right directions.
How to get there:
Train: Cronulla is south of the city, and is unique because of the train station close to the beach, and due to the limited parking the train could be your best option.
Bus: Buses servicing Cronulla are – 962 (Bankstown), 969 (Sutherland), 971 (Hurstville), 987 (Kurnell), 988 (Caringbah), and a NightRide bus N11 to the city via Hurstville.
Car: From the city, you can either head down the Princes Highway through Newtown to Taren Point and then Cronulla, or onto Dowling Street and Eastern Distributor, past the airport, through Brighton-le-Sands and on to Cronulla.