Right in the heart of Cronulla, North Cronulla Beach is a summer favourite with locals and visitors alike.


Getting to North Cronulla Beach


Located between The Wall and Cronulla Beach, with Dunningham Park behind the beach, North Cronulla is opposite the infamous Northies on the corner of Kingsway and Elouera Road

Parking

There is dedicated parking at Dunningham Park on Elouera Road but you will be hard pressed to secure a spot in the summer. There is also parking on Prince Street, which is a one way road south. Take Elouera Road to Bando Street which joins up to Prince Street at the roundabout.

Maps


Google Maps Link – North Cronulla Beach | Cronulla


Attractions


The Wall

Separating north Cronulla and Elouera Beach, The Wall has a lower walkway close to the beaches or an upper walkway that runs past the carpark. Borth join up to the promenade at Elouera heading north towards Wanda and Greenhills Beaches and Don Lucas Reserve.

Swimming

North Cronulla Beach is patrolled by North Cronulla SLSC, who also run nippers propgrams. It’s a popular spot for swimmers of all ages and skill levels. Swim between the flags and listen to the lifeguards, as there can be rips, particularly in the south section of the beach.

  • North Cronulla Ocean Pool

    There is a good ocean pool at the south end of the beach on the way to Cronulla Beach

  • James Peryman Memorial Swimming Pool

    Located in North Cronulla Surf Club, the James Peryman Memorial Swimming Pool is named after a life saver who tragically drowned while trying to save the life of a 16 year old girl in 1950. The Pool is home to the NC Aquatic Swimming Club.

North Cronulla Sydney NSW surf

Surfing The Alley

Located at the southern end of the beach, the Alley is a rip that creates good breaks and is a popular spot to surf all year round.

Fishing

South of the beach there are several spots for fishing. Better early in the morning and later in the afternoon when there are less people around and the fish are more likely to bite.
North Cronulla Beach Sydney


Amenities


  • Food

    If you’re feeling hungry there are a wealth of options right on the beach, with several restaurants and cafes opposite Dunningham Park and a kiosk right behind the lifeguard tower.

  • Rubbish Bins

    Rubbish bins on the promenade and in Dunningham Park

 

  • Toilets and Change Rooms

    There are toilets and change rooms in the park in the building that also houses the kiosk.

  • Can I take my dog?

    Dogs are not allowed on the beach. However Greenhills Beach is bout a 20 minute walk from North Cronulla Beach and dogs are allowed on the beach off leash before 10 am and after 4pm.


Nearby


EloueraBeach pano

Elouera Beach | Cronulla

Another good option just north of the wall, Patrolled and often less busy than the North Cronulla.
Cronulla Beach Cronulla Pano

Cronulla Beach | Cronulla

A great swimming spot with a rock pool at the northern end and epic Cronulla RSL overlooking the ocean.
Wanda Beach

Wanda Beach | Cronulla

Further north and close to Don Lucas Reserve, Wanda Beach is a good place to swim and surf.


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