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Greenhills Beach | Timeshare Dog Friendly Beach in North Cronulla

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Greenhills Beach is the only dog friendly ocean beach in Sydney. This Dog Friendly Beach is a great place for the pups who love the water and the soft sand. Beach access is restricted to Mon-Sun 4pm-10am, which is normally perfect for dog owners anyway. All the other times, dogs are prohibited from the beach.

Dog friendly part of the beach extends from Wanda track 5, north to gate 1.

There is a great on the lead walking track from Greenhills Beach to Shelly Park and back that takes about 1.5h.

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2 Reviews on “Greenhills Beach | Timeshare Dog Friendly Beach in North Cronulla”

  •[email protected] 4 years ago

    I was so suprised for how busy the beach was that everyone was so friendly and responsible. Our small puppy had no bad interactions and loved running around in the sand. Was worth the treck out there.

  • AvatarMike
    5 years ago

    Incredible beach, and surprising that it is the only ocean dog beach for the largest city on the continent, when there are small coastal towns with at least as many.

    I’ve dropped a star because the local council is overly-aggressive with policing times and access to the beach. It would be really helpful if dogs could run around the grassy field immediately next to the beach so that they could dry off and shake off sand before getting into cars! However, the council’s rangers are frequently parked close to the entrance or driving around nearby and will scan your dog in order to fine you. I’m always worried that my dog will run from the beach to the water bowl just outside the gate and get nabbed! I think if the council were so worried about this, they could erect a small fenced and gated area around the entrance for a fraction of the cost of having rangers sit there.

    Dog owners please note that puffer fish are occasionally washed onto the beach or discarded by fisherman on the shore line. These are toxic to dogs. There are also periods when many many thousands of bluebottles are washed up. Take care.

    There is a lot of parking pressure at the beach, particularly on warmer weekend mornings. when there may be surf or athletic events. I recommend winter visits too.

  • AvatarAlfie
    5 years ago

    This is my favourite place in the world! The humans love me and the dogs are the best. The water is so nice and the waves are fun, and there are all the cafés around that make my humans happy too.

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