Cronulla is one of the suburbs of Sydney, the State capital of New South Wales (Australia). The suburb is located on the beach side of the city and it is approximately 26 kilometers south of the Sydney Central Business District. The suburb was established in the year 1908. The suburb is bordered by Botany Bay to the north, Bate Bay to the east, Port Hacking to the south, and Gunnamatta Bay.
The estimated population in Cronulla as of 2011 was 17,042 and the postcode of this suburb is 2230.
Suburbs which are surrounded by Cronulla are Caringbah, Woolooware, Burraneer, Kurnell, Maianbar, Kurnell, Bate Bay and Bundeena.
Cronulla is well-known for Cronulla Plaza. In addition, the suburb has developed some cafes and restaurants in the Gerrale Street and other surroundings. The suburb has many attractions encompassing a cinema, nightclubs, pubs and bars.
Cronulla offers excellent train services to the passengers around other suburbs, which include Cronulla Tunnel Gallery, Tonkin Street, Port Hacking, Bundeena, Gunnamatta Bay etc. Also, bus services are operated in this suburb and usually they stop at the Cronulla railway station.