BUNDEENA
KAYAKS
Kayak and SUP
Tours & Hire

Right on the beach at
Bonnie Vale Picnic Grounds
Sea Breeze Lane, Bundeena
P 0419 254 981

About our Location

The Bonnie Vale picnic and camping grounds are located right on a sandy beachfront and gorgeous sheltered swimming waters, making it the perfect base for a day out. Go for a dip in the clear waters of Simpson’s Bay,make sand castles on the beach, relax in the grassy picnic grounds or bring along your fishing gear and catch lunch! Then you can cook up a storm using the provided free electric BBQ facilities.


About Bundeena

Bundeena is located in Sydney, Australia. It is one of the southern-most suburbs of Sydney (just under 1 hour drive from Sydney CBD), neighbouring the beautiful Royal National Park. For more information about Bundeena including places to stay, eat, bush walk and more click here.  
There are about 100  choices of places to stay in Bundeena, but our family favourite just has to be the Bonnie Vale camp ground! Check out AirBnB for other great places to stay.

How to Get Here by Car

If travelling by car, Bundeena is a 20 minute drive from Sutherland. Just turn off the Princes Highway after the suburb of Kirrawee (at Farnell Avenue) and follow the signs to Bundeena. This is a lovely trip through the Royal National Park and takes about 20 minutes. Upon entering the township of Bundeena, turn at the second street on your left (Sea Breeze Lane) and find us on the waterfront between the beach shacks. (See parking below).

How to Get Here By Public Transport

Catch the train to Cronulla station then the ferry (Cronulla-Bundeena Ferry Service) from here to Bundeena. The ferry leaves on the half-hour from Cronulla and on the hour from Bundeena. The trip takes about 20 minutes and costs about $6.50 each way.We are located a 15 minute leisurely walk from the ferry wharf. You can either walk through the township of Bundeena or along the beach and rock platform.

Parking

Please note that Bonnie Vale picnic grounds are a part of the Royal National Park. If parking your car in this area you will need to purchase a National Park Permit (approximately $12) - available at a payment booth in Bonnie Vale. Alternatively you can park your car in the main street of Bundeena (near the turn off to Bonnie Vale) and walk to the beach front - an easy 5 min walk

About the Waterway

Bundeena is situated on the southern shore of the Port Hacking Waterway in the south of Sydney. The Port Hacking is an estuary fed by numerous small creeks, many originating in the Royal National Park and ideally explored by kayak or paddle board. The Port Hacking is credited as being the least polluted waterway in Sydney and is home to some glorious stretches of sandy swimming beaches, waterfront picnic areas and wildlife galore!
A gem of the waterway is most definitely the pristine waters of Cabbage Tree Basin and creek. This area can only be reached on foot or aboard a kayak or small boat, so the area is quiet and beautiful. This area is only reached on a high run in tide. Check with us for more details. Bundeena is also the entry point to the famous Bay Surf - considered SUP (stand up paddle) boarding heaven! When the swell is up - the Bay Surf is the place to be!


Our Location

Bonnie Vale Picnic Grounds
Sea Breeze Lane, Bundeena, Sydney

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