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Royal National Park Visitor Centre

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Royal National Park Visitor Centre

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2 Lady Carrington Dr, Royal National Park, New South Wales 2232 Australia
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This tour is exclusively for your group. The Royal National Park has a range of beautiful natural formations - freshwater pools, forests, waterfalls, lagoons, cliffs, beaches and rockpools. On our walk to Wedding Cake Rock we will see a wonderful coastal landscape of cliffs, heathland and sandstone formations. The stunning white sandstone of Wedding Cake Rock is perfectly complemented by the blue Pacific Ocean. Next stop is scenic Wattamolla waterfall and lagoon. At rugged Garie Beach we inspect a tesselated pavement and enjoy a picnic lunch prepared by your guide, Greg. At Bald Hill we will take in great views of the southern beaches followed by a drive south to the cantilevered Sea Cliff Bridge. We then have the choice of visiting Symbio Wildlife Park to experience native animals or visit Jibbon Beach and Aboriginal engravings. The day plan is flexible. If you prefer less walking we can do shorter walks to other scenic places in the Park. Join us for an uplifting day in nature.
$179.20 per adult
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Sadiq wrote a review Oct 2020
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Extremely rude and unfriendly staff - do not even know how to talk to customers and families. Not at all a friendly place for kids due to these unfriendly staff as they think everyone coming is a pro in boating and should be able to steer perfectly all boats on their very places after each ride. I was half way out of my boat when one of the rude staff pushed the boat back in water leaving me almost slipped out of the boat and almost drowned ! Offcourse no words of apologies came out either.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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CasandraTP wrote a review Oct 2020
Sydney, Australia558 contributions61 helpful votes
Bored during the school holidays we decided to take our teenage boys on a kayak trip in the Royal National Park. You hire from the Audley Boat shed who supply life jackets as well. We all chose a single kayak each which I would suggest over the double canoes (unless you have young children). We took a picnic with us which we had at the end of the river. The water isn’t overly deep and very clean and clear. It is best to take out for 2 hours that way you don’t have to rush. The landscape is just beautiful and was a lovely way to spend an afternoon.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Erico2709 wrote a review Jan 2020
Singapore, Singapore1,795 contributions439 helpful votes
This is one of the best coast scenes we have seen. With the waves and the rocks formations. Do bring comfortable shoes for sure as there is a bit of walking for sure.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Andyjam2110 wrote a review Sep 2019
Newcastle, Australia409 contributions120 helpful votes
A great National Park, with stunning coastal sandstone scenery and coast heath bushland. The visitors centre staff were very helpful too. While I didn’t get booked by the police for speeding, there were plenty of highway patrol cars on the road. They need more speed limit signs in the park though.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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cdwijayarathna wrote a review Aug 2019
Canberra, Australia50 contributions9 helpful votes
Royal National Park is the first national park in Australia. It has beautiful sceneries, especially in the coastal track and its a must-visit place. We did bushwalking in RNP starting from Bundeena where we took the coastal track to Marley drive and then took the Marley walk to the car park in Bundeena drive. Marley beach to car park walk is a little less signed, but we had some mobile reception here and there and not hard to follow with GPS. Deer pool is in this walk, which is a beautiful place. As the title of my review suggests, I want to focus my review on public transportation in Bundeena drive. This route has 1 bus that runs from Bundeena to Maianbar to Bundeena in the morning. Google maps and NSW trip planner will show times of the bus. When we took the walk, we planned to catch this bus from car park. However, there was no marked bus stop there, and a local uber driver said that the bus only take school children. I contacted NSW transport regarding this and they informed me that "The 989 service is a public designated service, and all members of the public are entitled to utilize this service. We do not have Bus Stop signs for this particular route, however, the Drivers are always on the lookout when travelling through these points of interest in the national park. "
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Date of experience: August 2019
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