Partially Accessible Beach In Gerrale StreetCronulla Beach
South Cronulla Beach offers accessible swimming, beachside pathways, cafes, showers, changing rooms and sun loungers, making this an almost perfect wheelie swimmer's paradise!
The cafes have outdoor seating offering a sunny place to have an easy to access breakfast, lunch or coffee. South Cronulla surf life savers are some of the friendliest in Sydney - they’ll let you park down by the club and they’re happy to help you out with the (free to use) beach wheelchair they have stored there. There’s a short (3 m) gently-sloped ramp down onto the beach which has medium soft sand - the chair easily can be pushed by one person. Accessible toilets and changing rooms are also located by the club. Best of all, there are easily accessible permanent sun loungers built next to the club on easy-to-roll, wide concrete pathways, with accessible outdoor showers nearby.
If you want to go for a fairly long stroll (about 2km) a paved pathway runs all along the beachfront to North Cronulla surf club. You can also roll along the paved path which runs south to Shelly beach where there is an enclosed playground, accessible toilets and gently sloped concrete ramps, complete with hand rails leading into 2 large tidal pools (although there are no life savers or submersible wheelchairs at this beach).