Surrounded by the Royal National Park is the small township of Bundeena. It is at the mouth of Port Hacking, on the opposite shore to Cronulla.
Around Bundeena there are plenty of beaches to land on and explore. From the kayak hire on Simpsons Bay, paddling west will take you to shallower and sheltered waters.
The name Bundeena is an Aboriginal word meaning “noise like thunder”.
How to get there:
Train and Ferry: The Bundeena ferry runs from Cronulla Train Station.
Car: Head down south of the city to the Royal National Park. Enter the park just after Loftus Oval onto Farnell Avenue, onto Sir Bertrams Drive. Turn left onto Bundeena Drive. Continuing on this road will take you to Bundeena. To get to Bundeena Kayaks, take the left turn to Sea Breeze Lane.
Bundeena Kayaks hire out kayaks.
Bonnie Vale Picnic Grounds, Sea Breeze Lane, Bundeena 2230.
Phone: (02) 9544 5294