From dog friendly Greenhills and North Cronulla Beach right through to Shelly and Darook Park discover every beach, ocean bath and swimming hole in Cronulla.

Greenhills Beach Cronulla Pano

Greenhills Beach

Address: Bate Bay Road, Cronulla NSW 2230 
Cronulla’s northernmost beach is a long, unprotected sandy beach that connects to the Cape Solander Walking Track and is dog friendly in the mornings and evenings.


Wanda Beach Cronulla Dusk

Wanda Beach

Address: Mitchell Road, Cronulla NSW 2230
Excellent breaks along the length of this beach make it a popular surfing haunt while swimmers will do well to stick between the flags. Not bad fishing here either.


Elouera Beach Sydney

Elouera Beach

Address: Mitchell Road near Hume Road, Cronulla NSW 2230
Running south of Wanda Beach to Cronulla’s fsmous Wall, rip prone Eloura Beach boasts great gutters for fishing. Patrolled by Elouera SLSC, it can be rough for swimmers, who will find calmer swimming south, while surfers and bodyboarders might have better luck at Wanda. It’s also the home of Sea Salt fine dining restaurant.


North Cronulla Beach Surfing

North Cronulla Beach

Address: Corner of Kingsway and Elouera Road, Cronulla NSW 2230
Backed by Dunningham Park, North Cronulla Beach is the in the cosmopolitan heart of Cronulla, with plenty of cafes and restaurants nearby and ocean pools to swim in, as well as famous Northies right around the corner. It’s patrolled by North Cronulla SLSC.


South Cronulla Beach Sydney

South Cronulla Beach

Address: Gerrale Street, Cronulla NSW 2230
Sometimes just called Cronulla, this beach brims with local flavour, there’s a gym and kiosk right on the beach, and Cronulla RSL looks over the water, while Cronulla Park has a fun playground and plenty of shade to relax under. One of the most popular beaches In Cronulla.


Blackwoods Beach South Cronulla Sydney

Blackwoods Beach

Address: Ingalara Avenue, Cronulla NSW 2230
Hidden below the Cronulla Esplanade Walk between South Cronulla and Shelly Beach, Blackwoods is a smaller beach that attracts surfers and bodyboarders looking to make it out to Shark Island. The waters here are generally calm and there’s some natural rockpools to swim in. Blackwoods Beach is not patrolled by lifeguards.


Shelly Park & Rockpool Cronulla Sydney

Shelly Beach

Address: Ewos Parade, Cronulla NSW 2230
While the beach is popular with paddle boarders, surfers and bodyboarders, swimmers will find joy in the large ocean pool which is great for early morning laps or just splashing around. You’ll even find temperature charts in the bungalow next to the pool. Shelly Park is also a nice picnic spot with a great playground and plenty of shade. Shelly Beach isn’t patrolled by lifeguards.


Oak Park Sydney Cronulla

Oak Park Beach & Rockpool

Address: Jibbon Street, Cronulla NSW 2230
Similar to Shelly Beach, Oak Park features a large ocean pool backed by a small beach and fun park. It’s one of Sydney’s most popular dive sites for snorkellers, while anglers will find plenty gutters from here to Glashier Point. Oak Park Beach isn’t patrolled.


Salmon Haul Bay Cronulla Sydney

Salmon Haul Bay

Address: Corner Glashier Street and Gowrie Parade, Cronulla NSW 2230
Not really worth a swim but a popular spot for fishing, as is nearby Hungy Point.


Darook Beach Cronulla Sydney

Darook Park Beach

Address: Darook Park Road, Cronulla NSW 2230
One of the only West facing beaches in Cronulla, it’s a nice spot to watch the sunset, take a cheeky dip in the bay or even bring the dog for a walk.


Gunnamatta Bay Wharf

Gunnamatta Bay 

Swimming, jumping and splashing around in Gunnamatta Bay is the perfect way to cap off a barbecue picnic in this leafy local favourite.