The Locals Beach
Gunyah Beach is known as the "locals" beach. The locals gather here to escape the tourist crowds which usually frequent Bundeena's other beaches.
The beach has some rocky sections but there are still several sandy areas for you to lie out on.
There is some good snorkelling around Gunyah Beach so it's recommended to bring some gear to have an underwater adventure.
Access on foot from Bundeena Wharf or from the steps located on The Avenue or The Lambeth Walk.
On the Road Physiotherapy
Physiotherapy that comes to you!
Mobile physiotherapist service that comes conveniently to your Bundeena or Maianbar residence.
The Picturesque Beach
A beach with a bit of everything including a waterfall, a creek, a dam and stunning views.
The Surfers Beach
Garie Beach is a twenty minute drive from Bundeena and is popular among the surfing crowd.
Cabbage Tree Basin Bushwalk
Visit by Land or Water
An inland body of water surrounded by salt marshes and rocky overhangs.
Striking Sand Spit
Started by humans and completed by nature Deeban Spit is a unique land formation.
Marley Beach Bushwalk
Stunning Sister Beaches
A bushwalk with a bit of everything including beaches, lagoons and sand dunes!
Jibbon Loop Track
Aboriginal Rock Engravings
A scenic bushwalk covering beaches, bush, sea cliffs and extensive Aboriginal Engravings.
Bundeena Maianbar Heritage Walk
Bundeena Historical Walk
A sign posted self-guided walk packed with interesting local facts.
Wedding Cake Rock
One of Kind Rock Cliff
A stunning white rock shelf which has been formed over a thousand years.