Bass and Flinders Point Cronulla

Gowrie Street, Cronulla, New South Wales, 2230

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 Cronulla, on the Cronulla Esplanade Walk between Salmon Haul Bay and Oak Park.

Bass and Flinders Point is a beautiful location looking out over the river mouth and across to Bundeena and Jibbon.


Picnic Area