Cronulla Coast

The Kurnell Peninsula in the Botany Bay National Park marks the place of first contact between Aboriginal Australians and Lieutenant James Cook, who landed here in 1770, paving the way for the establishment of a British Colony in Port Jackson in 1788.

You can walk on the actual spot where Cook landed on Kurnells Monument Track as well as visit the Discovery Centre at Kurnell whose exhibitions and displays explains the Aboriginal significance of the area.

Located south of Sydney is the Sutherland shire stretching from Kurnell to Boat Harbour, Cronulla, Sutherland and the world class Royal National Park where you can explore rugged coastline and lush Australian bush. The area's known for its Aboriginal significance, and is the place of first contact between Aboriginal Australians and Lieutenant James Cook in 1770.

The relaxed beachside suburb of Cronulla is well known for the surfing, and offers relaxed dining with views of the beach. A ferry across the Port Hacking River offers access into the Royal National Park where short walks or extended hikes are available to explore the rugged coastline and lush Australian bush.

Temperatures for Cronulla Coast

Cronulla Coast has moderate summer temperatures. The summer high temperature for Cronulla Coast is approximately 27 °c. The summer low temperature is approximately 17 °c.

Cronulla Coast has mild winter temperatures. The winter high temperature for Cronulla Coast is approximately 17 °c. The winter low temperature is approximately 5 °c.

January1727
February1827
March1626
April1223
May920
June617
July517
August618
September821
October1123
November1425
December1627

Featured Cronulla Activities and Tours

Bundeena to Audley Eco Kayak Adventure
from $150.00

An exceptional way to explore the entire length of the waterway, from the coastal bays and beaches around Bundeena to the upper reaches of the river at historic Audley. Experience a mix of kayaking, l...




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