About Bulli Beach
The beach at Bulli is ideal for visitors looking to escape from the hustle and bustles of city life. This picturesque stretch offers 900 meters long, backed by sand dunes as well as an ample parkland area perfect if you're craving some peace with nature or just want your kids away from it all! The nearby caravan park houses many people who come here year-round, so there will always be someone around should anything happen while they are out exploring on their bikes (or dogs). It's accessible via Wollongong Shared Cycle Way, which makes this destination easily reachable even without any vehicles available - making every day feel like vacation time.
The Bulli Beach is an on-lead dog-friendly beach during certain times. Time sharing zone allows access to the beautiful sand and water for your puppy, as long they are wearing their leash!
What to do Bulli Beach
Bulli Beach is a popular spot for surfing and trains. The northern tip of Sandon Point often hosts competitions, making it an important venue in local culture - see how many people can fit on one wave! Many facilities are found here, such as the barbeque area and cafe. You can also use their kiosk for information on what to do while visiting this beautiful location! There are even pet-friendly accommodations available if you're looking to spend some time with your four-legged friend too; just enquire at reception when making reservations or book online before arrival via.
The beach at Bulli has been a popular spot for years. The nearby caravan park houses many visitors all year round, and it's located 11 kilometres north of Wollongong central business district accessible via shared cycle path that goes around the coastlines!
One local company that is involved in this tourist attraction:
Address: 17 Ralph Black Dr, North Wollongong NSW 2500
Telephone: (02) 4202 6386