Silver Beach is the perfect destination for sea, sun and surf; located in Kurnell. This stretch of beautiful sand fronts the iconic Botany Bay, with beach’s most notable features being the 14 rock walls that are projected from the waters.
The rock walls, which are sometimes referred to as groynes, jut out into the bay – built in 1970 in a bid to control extensive beach erosion at the far eastern end of the stretch.
Silver Beach, Kurnell, Cafe, Fishing & Accommodation, Sydney Australia
For beach-lovers looking for adventure, nothing beats the range of water activities to indulge in. Enjoy snorkelling or get your adrenaline pumping with an exhilarating jet-ski session. Fishing is also a favourite activity.
Silver Beach also provides an idyllic setting to enjoy a lazy afternoon stroll – perfect for pet owners who would like to walk their dogs. It is essential to mention, however, that dogs are only allowed off leash at the Bonna Point reserve, which is restricted to between the third and the fourth rock walls. Note that all the other areas on the beach are off limits for dogs
When you visit the Kurnell Peninsula, take in the historical views of the very spot where Captain Cook first landed in 1770. Learn about his adventures at the Visitors Centre, or go down memory lane with the interesting interpretive walks.
Silver Beach is easily accessible by car and public transport. Take a train to Cronulla and then connect to the beach by bus. Entry is free.