Cronulla Sand Dunes, Kurnell Peninsula

Cronulla Sand Dunes, Kurnell Peninsula

The Cronulla sand dunes are located on the Kurnell Peninsula in the local government area of Sutherland Shire, Sydney, New South Wales. The Cronulla sand dunes are a protected area that became listed on the NSW State Heritage Register on 26 September 2003.

Coordinates: 34°01′53″S 151°10′19″E / 34.031501°S 151.171875°E / -34.031501; 151.171875

Read more about Cronulla Sand Dunes, Kurnell Peninsula:  History, Geology and Geomorphology, Fitness Training

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