Bonna Point Reserve, Kurnell

Location: Kurnell Bonna Point Reserve View on map

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The basket swing has been removed from the playground for repairs.  It will be reinstalled at the earliest opportunity. Thank you for your patience.

Bonna Point Reserve is a large open space reserve with plenty of room for barbecues, picnics and running around. 

Public toilets, changing facilities, picnic shelters and bench seating are provided in the Reserve with ample room for active play. Parking is available in the adjoining car park.

Its state of the art regional playground provides a dynamic and engaging play experience for children of all ages and abilities and features:

  • ‘Sky-pods’ premium playground – which combines a 4.5m slide, the highest in the Sutherland Shire, and elevated rope walkways, which older children will enjoy
  • A separate junior play area
  • A skate precinct for free style skating
  • A dual flying-fox ride
  • Shade and picnic structures
  • Dinky path circuit and water bubbler
  • New tree planting and landscaped areas

The Skate Alley is a plaza style layout for free form skating for younger or novice skaters who still need supervision and assistance.  It includes metal devices for trick skating. 

Dogs at Bonna Point Reserve

Dogs are prohibited within 10 metres of playgrounds and play equipment, even if they are on leash. 

Parts of Bonna Point Reserve are considered wildlife and nature sanctuaries including the mangroves in Quibray Bay and the sand spit which forms the western end of the Reserve.  Migratory shorebirds inhabit the beaches around Bonna Point.  These areas are signposted.   Dogs are prohibited from these parts of the Reserve. 

There is a dog off leash area at Silver Beach. 

Beach Events, Picnics, Ceremonies and Photography

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Towra Point Aquatic Reserve

Bonna Point borders the Towra Point Aquatic Reserve, which is the largest aquatic reserve in NSW and protects important seagrass meadows and is an important area for fish and marine invertebrates.  The intertidal zone on the southern shores of Bonna Point also contain low coastal saltmarsh vegetation, which is an endangered ecological community at risk of extinction due to sea level rise and physical disturbance.  Migratory shorebirds inhabit the beaches around Bonna Point, which can be easily disturbed by dogs, even on leash.  A dedicated dog off leash area has been provided in a section of Silver Beach and visitors can assist by being responsible dog owners.


More information


Enquiries can be directed to the Sutherland Shire Council on 9710 0333 or


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