Bundeena Horderns beach

Horderns Beach 

Spanning nearly 600 meters Horderns Beach is an easy walk from the town centre with the public wharf at one end. Not suitable for surfing, Horderns Beach is popular with families and fully supervised small children.

This is also a pet friendly beach with dogs allowed off the leash during certain times of the day.


Gunyah Beach

Gunyah Beach 

Just 128 meters of sand and rocks form the north facing beach called Gunyah Beach at Bundeena.

An easy walk from the town centre Gunyah Beach is popular with locals and visitors alike. Small waves, great views and small boats moored on the eastern side.

Great for relaxing and splashing around but be advised that this is an UNPATROLLED beach.


Jibbon Beach  

Stretching a magnificent 715 meters is the glorious sandy beach called Jibbon Beach.

Apart from the expanses of sand and low rolling waves Jibbon Beach is the gateway to Royal National Park bush walks as well as breathtaking scenery and Aboriginal rock engravings. It’s easy to spend a whole day here and not see and do everything on offer.

This is an UNPATROLLED beach.

Bonnie Vale Bundeena 

For a great day of water filled fun for all the family, pack the car and head to Bonnie Vale picnic area. Relax under the trees with a homemade picnic or cook up some lunch on the gas BBQs. 

The kids will love swimming and exploring in the tranquil waters of Cabbage Tree Basin. 

For more adventure you can hire a kayak, canoe or stand up paddle boarding and paddle the beautiful waterways. There is also great fishing in the waters of Port Hacking.

This is an UNPATROLLED beach.