Sutherland Shire – your gateway to easy adventures!  Just 25 kilometres south of Sydney’s CBD, your slice of paradise is effortlessly accessible by car, rail, and bus or ashort train or taxi away from the airport!  Pack your bags and make your way to the Sutherland Shire for a seamless and convenient getaway.

Did you know it boasts the only beach in Sydney (Cronulla) with its very own train station?


From Sydney Airport the Sutherland Shire is an easy 30-minute drive south, past Botany Bay or hop on the train from the domestic or Interational train station within the airport. Change at Wolli Creek onto the Illawarra line and catch the train to Cronulla. 


From Sydney CBD you can access the Shire by train from the Eastern Suburbs and Illawarra lines. Visitors from the south, including Wollongong and Nowra, can travel via the South Coast line. 


From the north you can access the Shire via the Princes Highway over Tom Ugly’s Bridge at Sylvania or Rocky Point Road over Captain Cook Bridge at Taren Point, or on Alfords Point Road at Illawong. From the south you’ll arrive via the Princes Highway through Waterfall.


You can plan your trip using the public transport info line by calling 131500 or visiting their website. Trains operate every 15-30 minutes along the Eastern Suburbs and Illawarra line. A range of bus services are also available.