Cronulla beachCronulla , Australia
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Our live webcam perfectly shows the coast of the resort town of Cornulla, located near Bate Bay in the south of Sydney. The name of the coastal area that you see online comes from the aboriginal word kurranulla, meaning “place of pink seashells.”
Cronulla Beach a safe recreation place: as it is patrolled all year round by professional lifeguards of the Sutherland Shire Council and volunteer lifeguards from the Cronulla Surf Life Saving Club.
Near the coastal zone in our live camera there are two outstanding buildings: the Cronulla Pavilion and the Cronulla Surf Life Saves Club, as well as a cafe and restaurant. Behind the beach there is a green area with many shadow places, as well as a playground.
Tourists especially like to visit the Cronulla Rock Pools, located between the Cronulla and North Cronulla beach areas. This area was named Alley.
Not far from the shores of the resort, whose coast is clearly visible online, there is dangerous reef Shark Island.
North Cronulla, Elouera and Wanda beaches are other patrolled recreation areas along the Bate Bay coastline.
For a good day on Cronulla Beach, which is perfectly demonstrated in our webcam, there is everything you need: delicious food, ice cream, excellent shops with surfing equipment and beach accessories.
Locals and guests of the resort in our online live camera enjoy beach holidays, barbecue facilities and great restaurants nearby. In the north and south there are white sandy beaches, stone swimming pools, seaside restaurants and cafes, as well as charming park areas for picnics. Also it is nice to walk in the Royal National Park.
The Cronulla resort is very popular among water sports enthusiasts. You can get the surfing lessons in several surf schools. Or also go snorkeling, rowing, sailing and fishing.
For deep-sea fishing funs, there are trips from the Cronulla Wharf pier to the lovely Bunduena and Australia’s oldest national park.
In Cronulla, which beach is well shown in the live webcam, there are well developed Cronulla Ferries trips. There are various cruises to the magnificent Port Hacking and the Hacking River, including a three-hour excursion telling about colonial explorers, historic settlements and Aboriginal cultural heritage.
From May to November, along the coast of Cronulla you can see majestic humpback whales migration. Catch this moment in our webcam!
Traveling around Cronulla, go to Kamay Botany Bay National Park with Cape Solander – the best whale watching point. Also in the waters of Cronulla Beach online, you can see dolphins playing in the waves.
In Cronulla, which coast you see in the webcam, there are a large number of festivals, sports and entertainment events. For example, “Brass Monkey” – is a popular venue for live music concerts. Visit the Hazelhurst Regional Gallery in the neighboring suburb of Gymea.