Hordens Beach is a lovely spot for getting away from the hustle and bustle of popular Sydney beaches such as Bondi and Coogee. You could say that the nature of the friendly shop staff and relaxed residents makes for a positive time warp experience.
Take in the pristine clear water.
Fish in peace!
Hordens Beach jetty is accessible by ferry.
Stroll upon the jetty deck for a great 360 degree view
How to get there
Head into the Royal National Park off the Prince’s Highway just 60 minutes south of the Sydney CBD. Look out for the sign to Bundeena and turn left onto Bundeena Drive, this will take you to the centre of the town. National Park passes are not required unless you’re driving into Bonnie Vale, or stopping elsewhere in the Park. Passes are available at the park entrance or at the Bundeena Service Station.
For a relaxed trip on a vintage ferry boat, enjoy a scenic 20 minute ride across Port Hacking between Cronulla and Bundeena. Ferries depart on the half hour from the public wharf at Gunnamatta Bay, located a short five minute walk from the Cronulla Train Station. Turn left and walk under the train bridge and down to Tonkin wharf.
Where: Hordens Beach, Bundeena
Cost: Less than $6.30 (Adult price) each way on the Ferry from Cronulla Beach