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North Cronulla

North Cronulla Beach or North Cronulla is a patrolled beach on Bate Bay, in Cronulla, Australia. This beach is a popular beach in New South Wales, with surfers and sunbathers alike coming to swim and enjoy its shore. The exact history of the beach is unknown, but some people believe it‘s derived from an Aboriginal word kurranulla, meaningplace of pink seashells‘.In December 2005, areas around the beach were sites where the Cronulla riots occurred.

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