Cronulla is a beachside suburb in southern Sydney and is located 26 kilometres south of the Sydney CBD. Cronulla is located on a peninsula framed by Botany Bay to the north, Bate Bay to the east, Port Hacking to the south, and Gunnamatta Bay to the west. Cronulla is a popular tourist attraction and attracts many beachgoers from all over Sydney. Cronulla Beach features a long stretch of sand that runs from Boat Harbour to North Cronulla, followed by rock pools and another sandy beach at South Cronulla.
The suburb has an assortment of shops, cafes and restaurants and is well serviced by City Rail trains and buses. There are numerous parks and playgrounds and Cronulla’s famous Esplanade ocean front walk. Other amenities include Cronulla Theatre, Cronulla Library, the ferry wharf, Cronulla Marina, Cronulla Sailing Club and Cronulla Golf Club.
There are surf clubs located at Wanda, Elouera, North Cronulla and South Cronulla beaches. Cronulla is renowned for its relaxed atmosphere and with its dual bushland and coastal location, Cronulla is considered by many as the jewel of the Shire, popular with first home buyers, families and retirees. There is a mix of units, townhouses, family homes, ocean and beachfront residences.