To help local business owners, or those looking to open a business and flourish in the area, we are developing profiles that will highlight the economic characteristics and unique character of our commercial centres.
Why do business in Cronulla?
Cronulla is a beachside shopping, dining and entertainment precinct with over 270 retail and commercial businesses.
It is a place of leisure, a place to shop and a place for locals as well as tourists to walk, swim, eat, drink, celebrate, relax, see a movie or do the grocery shopping. The area also hosts some fabulous events and festivals throughout the year, attracting tens of thousands of people.
The commercial centre is the Cronulla Plaza, an outdoor shopping strip approximately 1km in length. It features a tiled, pedestrian walkway, as well as a one-way street with car parking.
The atmosphere of Cronulla's beachside setting, with glorious views, has attracted many top class restauranteurs to the area and today we boast dozens of great restaurants, (some of which are award winners) with menus to please all tastes.
- 19,050 residents
- 9,303 dwellings
- 11,631 active ABNs
- 5,868 people with a tertiary qualification
- Retail - fashion, cafes, restaurants, takeaways, pharmacies, hairdressers
- Professional – accountants, real estate agents, lawyers, travel
- Supermarkets - Woolworths, IGA
- Pharmacies - Priceline, Blooms
- Surf shops - Rip Curl, Triple Bull, Cronulla Surf Co
- Banks - ANZ, St George, IMB, Bank of Qld
- Pubs/clubs - Cronulla RSL, Club Cronulla, Northies, JD's, Fusion,
- Restaurants/bars - Brass Monkey, Croydon Lane, Zinc Bar, 2230, Sting Bar,
- Family entertainment - Event Cinemas
Public transport access:
- Cronulla railway station
- Cronulla-Bundeena ferry service
- Regular bus service
Enquiries can be directed to Business & Tourism Unit on 9710 0893 or firstname.lastname@example.org