The Cronulla sand dunes, also known officially as the Cronulla Sand Dune and Wanda Beach Coastal Landscape, are an open space, heritage-listed nature conservation, and visitor attraction located on the Kurnell Peninsula at Lindum Road, Kurnell within the Sutherland Shire local government area of New South Wales, Australia. Formerly, it was a site for sand mining, film making, and had use as pastoral property. It is also known as part of Kurnell Peninsula Headland and Cronulla Sand Hill. It was added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 26 September 2003.
|Cronulla sand dunes|
|Location||Lindum Road, Kurnell, Sutherland Shire, New South Wales, Australia|
|Official name||Cronulla Sand Dune and Wanda Beach Coastal Landscape; Part of Kurnell Peninsula Headland; Cronulla Sand Hill|
|Type||State heritage (landscape)|
|Designated||26 September 2003|
|Category||Landscape - Natural|
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