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Submitted By: Robert Carter
Date Updated: 09/12/2021 at 10:02 pm

Title: Kurnell to Cronulla

Location: Botany Bay Kamay NP & Cronulla SP

Grade: Grade 3

Suitable for Membership qualifications: Yes

Creek Crossings: No

Walk Length: 16.1 (in km)

Ascent: 133 / Descent: 117 (in meters)

Exposure: None     Walk off-track: No     Public Transport: Yes     Car Shuffle: No


Botany Bay NP, Cronulla State Park
Kurnell to Cronulla: This is another nice coastal walk with great views through the area where Captain Cook first visited in 1770. Start at Cronulla Station and then catch a bus to Kurnell before walking around Cape Solander and the Kurnell Penninsula visiting both Botany Cove and Bait Harbour. The walk then follows the five beaches to Cronulla. There is then an option to walk around the Cronulla Peninsula and Gunnamatta Bay and back into Cronulla adding approx. 5km (detail not included in this map). Map: Port Hacking 1:25,000.

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