Bundeena and Maianbar are one of NSW’s best-kept secrets. Where else can you find stunning beaches, one of the world’s oldest national parks and a genuinely welcoming community, all within an hour of one of the world’s greatest cities.

You’ll also find every modern convenience, including excellent cafes and restaurants and accommodation to suit everyone.

To get there, if driving from the north, the entrance to the park is at Loftus off the Princes Highway. Inside the park is a ranger station. Buy a vehicle pass for $11 if you want to stop anywhere in the park. If you are intending only to visit Bundeena and/or Maianbar then a pass is not required.

It is about 23km from the ranger station to Bundeena. The road is winding in places. Take care and observe the speed limits.

From the south, turn off the highway at Waterfall and follow the Bundeena signs.

You can also get there by the regular train service to Cronulla. From the station it’s a short walk to the ferry. For ferry times call Cronulla Ferries on 9523 2990.

Enjoy our little corner of paradise – and don’t forget to tell our advertisers you read about them in the Bundeena Visitors Guide!


Meg Galvin, Publisher