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Banks-Solander Track

Banks-Solander track highlights the important botanical value of Kamay Botany Bay National Park. Many of Australia’s plants were first collected and described in the area by Cook's… More info
 

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Bass and Flinders Point Cronulla

So named after Matthew Flinders and George Bass, who sailed through Botany Bay on the Tom Thumb and discovered Port Hacking. A sandstone monument stands in commemoration at the southernmost tip of… More info
 

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Burnum Burnum Sanctuary Woronora

A haven of serenity and solitude, Burnum Burnum Sanctuary offers a range of great bush walking tracks of varying degrees of difficulty. It is also an ideal spot for picnics, with barbecues and… More info
 

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Burrawang walk

Like the Banks-Solander track, the Burrawang walk begins at the Kurnell Visitor Centre. This easy walk tells the story of the first meeting of European and Aboriginal culture. A soundscape,… More info
 

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Cape Solander

Want to go whale watching in Sydney? Cape Solander is undoubtedly one of Sydney's best whale watching spots. June/July is the best time to see humpback whales as they migrate to warmer waters.… More info
 

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Cronulla Beach

Cronulla, derived from an Aboriginal word kurranulla meaning 'place of pink seashells', is located on the Bate Bay coastline in Sydney's south. It is the only Sydney beach that can be… More info
 

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EG Waterhouse National Camellia Gardens

In March 2014 E.G. Waterhouse National Camellia Gardens was named by the International Camellia Society as an International Camellia Garden of Excellence. It is one of only 40 International Camellia… More info
 

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Elouera Beach Cronulla

Elouera, an Aboriginal word meaning a pleasant place, is a sandy beach on the Bate Bay coastline in Cronulla. The beach is patrolled from November to April by Sutherland Shire Council's… More info
 

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Gunnamatta Bay Tidal Baths

Adjacent to Gunnamatta Park are netted tidal baths. Located just a short walk from Cronulla train station, Gunnamatta Park is perfect for parents with toddlers. It has large grassed areas, shade trees… More info
 

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Jibbon Beach Bundeena

Jibbon, derived from the Dharawal word meaning sandbar at low tide, is the beach at the eastern end of Bundeena and is part of the Royal National Park. Jibbon Beach is the starting point for a few… More info
 

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Kamay Botany Bay National Park

Kamay Botany Bay National Park is located at Kurnell and La Perouse in Sydney. Explore the historic Captain Cook's landing place on a school excursion, to learn about the rich Aboriginal history… More info
 

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Karloo Walking Track

For a quick nature fix only a short drive or train ride from Sydney, try Karloo walking track. This medium walk leads from Heathcote train station to the scenic Uloola Falls in the north-west section… More info
 

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North Cronulla Beach

North Cronulla Beach is a popular sandy beach on the Bate Bay coastline in Cronulla. Patrolled from November to April by Sutherland Shire Council's professional lifeguards together with… More info
 

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Oak Park

Oak Park has a large park area and is located on the Cronulla Esplanade. There is a large grassy area, seating and playground, so the perfect place for families. Oak Park is smaller than Shelly beach,… More info
 

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Oak Park Beach Cronulla

Oak Park Beach and the rock pool are located on the Cronulla Esplanade. There is a large grassy area, seating and playground, so the perfect place for families. Though unpatrolled by lifeguards, it… More info
 

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Quibray Bay viewing platform

Nestled within Towra Point Nature Reserve near Kurnell, Quibray Bay viewing platform offers magnificent views of maintained, fragile ecosystems without disturbing the surrounding plants and animals. … More info
 

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Salmon Haul Reserve Cronulla

A beautifully landscaped area overlooking Port Hacking, the area is a popular spot for swimming. The area is not patrolled so please take care and do not swim alone or in bad weather. The area is a… More info
 

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Shelly Beach Cronulla

Shelly Beach has a rocky shoreline with a rock pool for swimming. While they are not patrolled by lifeguards, it is a great option for parents with younger children. The area is easily accessed by… More info
 

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Silver Beach

Silver Beach is a stretch of beach on the Kurnell peninsula fronting Botany Bay. The public baths are netted in Summer months. Silver Beach is off leash 24 hours a day between the third and fourth… More info
 

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Towra Beach

A honeycomb-coloured stretch of sand surrounding a wildlife reserve, Towra Beach is wonderfully unassuming and a great place to escape from the crowds. The beach begins at a low sandy point and heads… More info
 

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Towra Point Nature Reserve

With an abundance of mudflat, fresh water wetlands and sea grass beds, Towra Point Nature Reserve near Cronulla is great for school excursions and offers swimming, boating, kayaking and canoeing… More info
 

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Wanda Beach Cronulla

Wanda, an Aboriginal word for beach or sand hills, is the northernmost patrolled beach along the Bate Bay coastline in Cronulla. The 1.5 kilometre sandy beach is patrolled from November to April by… More info
 

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Woronora River

The Woronora River is a pristine waterway traversing through deep valleys and peaceful surroundings. It is a place of great beauty offering boating, canoeing, kayaking, swimming and fishing, with… More info
 

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