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Free Bus to Beach and barbecue

Free Bus to Beach and barbecue CBCity’s FREE Bus to Beach for local youth is back for Summer. No  

CBCity’s FREE Bus to Beach for local youth is back for Summer.

Buses will run from Canterbury-Bankstown to Cronulla Beach and return, on the following days:

  • Tuesday 15 January;
  • Tuesday 22 January;
  • Thursday 17 January; and
  • Thursday 24 January.

Mayor Khal Asfour said the program, which has been running for more than 15 years, not only offers free transport to and from the beach, but also a FREE BBQ lunch if youth register early.

"We provide a convenient and hassle-free way to get to and from the beach, and a chance for youth to have some fun in the sun," he said.

Buses will depart from 9am at various pick-up points, including:

  • Sefton;
  • Greenacre;
  • Bankstown;
  • Ashbury;
  • Panania;
  • Revesby;
  • Padstow;
  • Riverwood;
  • Canterbury;
  • Belmore; and
  • Campsie.

The return buses will depart Cronulla at 3pm.

As an added bonus, youth can also take part in a surf lesson for $10 on Tuesday 22 January.

Those who pre-register online for the Bus to Beach or for the surfing lesson before Friday 11 January, will receive a free BBQ and drink voucher to be redeemed at Dunningham Park, North Cronulla, between 11am-1pm.

For more information, or to register for the surf lesson or BBQ, visit or call Council’s Youth Development Officer on 9707 9605.

Those only interested in catching a FREE ride to the beach do not need to register and can just show up on the day.

 4/06/2019 12:16 PM