To find out what to see and do in this area, use the drop down menu or the links on this page for tourist information and the tourism attractions of Cronulla Beach, Sydney and the Royal National Park New South Wales Australia.
Cronulla Beach Backpackers accommodation is the perfect base for the backpacker, family and world traveler wanting to get out of the concrete jungle and just relax for a day or two or even a few months.
Cronulla is just a short drive or train journey from the Sydney CBD and all the attractions of this big Australian city. The Cronulla Beach Backpackers is a 5 minute walk to the train station.
Featuring a village atmosphere Cronulla has all the conveniences of the city. The main shopping area is teeming with outdoor cafes and restaurants and the supermarket is only a two minute walk away.
There are plenty of things happening at Cronulla at night if you want it or just kick back and relax in good company.
Cronulla and the neighbouring suburbs have a vast range of nightlife, from pubs, clubs and nightclubs through cafes, restaurants and theatres. Read More
Cronulla Beach New South Wales Australia has an excellent range of surfing breaks catering from beginner to expert.
Grab one of Cronulla Beach Backpackers surf boards (they’re free!) and catch a wave. Read More
The Cronulla Beach area has some of the best scuba diving in Sydney Australia and with Cronulla Beach Backpackers in-house Sydney dive school and scuba diving shop, Aquatic Explorers, now in Sydney so you are ready when you hit the reef. Working travellers especially do this whilst they have the time and the money.
Learn to dive and get your international PADI licence before you travel up to the Great Barrier Reef for a substantially cheaper rate. Read More
The Royal National Park on the southern border of Sydney, New South Wales Australia, is Australia’s first National Park and after Yellowstone in the U.S.A. was the second National Park to be established in the world.
The park was originally named The National Park but this was changed in 1955 after a quick visit by Queen Elizabeth II to the Royal National Park. Read More