Hotels Sydney close to Cronulla

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Cronulla (Sydney, Australia)

Seaside Destination with Yellow-Sand Beaches and a Warm Climate

Fondly referred to as “Abdi - ‘place of the pink seashells’”, by the Aboriginal inhabitants, Cronulla Beach not only attracts scores of local beach goers, but visitors from all over Sydney. With a long stretch of sand running from Boat Harbour to North Cronulla, this picturesque port of call is also home to rock pools and two ocean baths at North Cronulla Beach. So whether you’re passing through or planning a family vacation, the bustling beaches, cafe culture, and top-rated Cronulla accommodation certainly won’t disappoint.

What’s on the “To-Do” List in Cronulla?

Well-known for water sports such as bodyboarding and surfing, Shark Island is a mere 100 metres from Cronulla’s shores. The world’s best invitational bodyboarding event takes place here every year, attracting droves of attention. If you plan on being more than a spectator, make sure you are up to speed on the choppy wave conditions and rocky ledge below the water’s surface. It might be best to leave water sport activities in this area up to the pros. On the other hand, nearby Gunnamatta is a small bay ideal for swimming and frolicking, fantastic for a sundowner or two.

Travelling with youngsters? Dunningham Park sits right behind North Cronulla Beach, features a kiddies’ playground and open-grass picnic area. The shady palm and pine trees provide a laid-back retreat for lunch and well-deserved break from the heat of the day. If you want to venture off land and out to sea without getting wet, one of the best ways to do so is take a ferry cruise. National Park Ferry Cruises can be found behind Cronulla’s railway station. The boats leaves at regular intervals throughout the day, and serve scrumptious lunches on board too.

This sunny beachside suburb is not only about surf, sea, and sand, but also features a strong cultural element. History buffs will enjoy visiting landmarks like Bass and Flint Point, a monument at the southernmost part of Cronulla, aptly named after the men who sailed through the bay to discover Port Hacking.

Shop til You Drop - Walk the Esplanade

Now might be a good idea to check on that credit card balance. Cronulla Street is home to the main shopping strip, some of which has been converted into a pedestrian walkway housing Cronulla Plaza. The area is filled with quirky cafes, art galleries, movie theatres, and incorporates a blend of indoor and outdoor shopping. When you need a break, why not take in a movie or live theatre performance? If a grumbling tummy becomes a pressing issue, an array of top quality restaurants can be found on every street corner. Sealevel for example offers sweeping views of the bay through glass walls, and contemporary Australian cuisine focussing on fresh seafood. For prime rib, burgers and pastas go on over next door to Hog’s Australia’s Steakhouse. How can you go wrong?

A short walk on and you’ll bump into one of Sydney’s best hotels, Rydges Cronulla, an upmarket hotel overlooking North Cronulla Beach, and awesome wedding venue. Accommodation doesn’t get much better than this. Finally, for the fun-loving traveller who enjoys the sunny side of life, Cronulla has much to offer.

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