What's on Southern Beaches Sydney
Sydney`s renowned Southern Beaches are the best known in Sydney because they are so close to the city centre. The iconic Bondi Beach is the most famous beach in Australia. Heading north from Port Hacking and Cronulla the major beaches include: Coogee, South Coogee, Maroubra, Tamarama, Bronte, Clovelly and Bondi Beach. The popular Cronulla Beach is situated on the Kurnell peninsula, south Botany Bay. Port Hacking and Cronulla Beach mark southern boundary of the Southern Beaches and the Sydney Region. Bronte is a very popular small beach lined by delightful parklands and a set of beachside cafes, restaurants and taverns. Bronte and Bondi Beaches are world famous surfing destinations, can be rough and dangerous in a big swell and visitors are advised to always swim between the flags in the patrolled
areas. If the surf is too big and dangerous and you want to go for a swim, there are excellent ocean pools on the headlands. Further south is Clovelly Beach which is a fabulous beach for surfing and for families. There are many wonderful diving spots in the area including Gordon Bay. The southern beaches have a wonderful range of fabulous holiday accommodation, attractions and recreational facilities for visitors. There are a wide range of entertainment options in the area with many delightful pubs and clubs offering live gigs and shows including several Rugby League Clubs.
What's to See and Do - Attractions, Activities