Welcome to Cronulla News
Which is proudly about Cronulla, one of the world’s most beautiful places to live, work and visit.
Cronulla’s beaches, bays and parks are striking places that delight residents and visitors. An enjoyable, innovative array of restaurants and stores and services adds to the experience.
Our lifestyle is both historically beach-influenced and now, increasingly cosmopolitan and metropolitan.
There is an overwhelming community feeling that the most commendable must be preserved, and while change will always come, its quality must reflect the best of the past and enhance Cronulla’s unique lifestyle.
Where We Report
Cronulla News reports news and events affecting the immediate Cronulla area, along with Greenhills Beach, Burraneer. Woolooware, along with Kurnell, Bundeena and Maianbar.
Traditional & Modern
There is also a strong awareness that Cronulla is just a few kilometres from Kurnell, where traditional and modern Australia met in 1770 when English navigator Lieutenant James Cook stepped ashore. Cronulla News, which is unashamedly parochial, aims to look at that past, present and future.
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Cronulla News publishes news and events in the Cronulla district. This includes Cronulla, Burraneer, Woolooware, Greenhills Beach, Kurnell, Bundeena and Maianbar. We cover all matters relevant to our local community.
Cronulla News is a local news publisher which focuses on news and events in the immediate Cronulla areas which include; Kurnell, Bundeena, Maianbar, Woolooware, Greenhills Beach and Burraneer. We cover all affairs relevant to our local community.
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