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Cronulla Beach walk is fairly easy with a few rises here and there. Don't be afraid of the few rises or the 4 kilometres, take it as slow or as fast as you'd like. Walk all of it or just part/s of it. Park at...More
This walk has fantastic scenery and the path is wide enough to for prams to pass by each other comfortably. The Council has worked hard to replace the old wooden safety rails with modern metallic ones. A few seats along the way however not much...More
We were staying in Cronulla with friends and started the day with a walk along the Cronulla beaches.
It is lovely to see so many people enjoying the walkway in the morning. Whether taking the dog for a walk or going to your favourite swimming...More
I visited on a weekend day with some wind, so my views may be coloured by that.
This beach walk is pleasant enough and easy to navigate but it lacked the 'wow' factor of the areas around Bondi Beach.
The restaurants also did not have...More
Midweek it's popular but on weekends it's manic, weather dictates of course, hundreds of locals & visitors walk from Wanda or Green hills all the way to Port Hacking & beyond.
Naturally wonderful views of the coastline & ocean, just avoiding clumps of people &...More
Date of experience: December 2018
VisittheShire, Manager at Cronulla Beach Walk, responded to this reviewResponded December 11, 2018
We circumnavigated the whole peninsula. From Gunnamatta Park we waded most of the way to Darook Park at low tide - beautiful and interesting houses and scenery along the way. Then the cliff top walk back round to Cronulla beach is fabulous - easy concrete...More
So I thought I'd pack a picnic, swimers and good book and head down to Cronulla - on the otherside of the city for me.
After wandering from North Cronulla along the well paved walkway past Cronulla beach and back I was feeling well a...More