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Royal National Park Tour

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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. <br><br>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. <br><br>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 have the option of changing the day plan and visiting Symbio Wildlife Park in the afternoon to experience native animals. <br><br>The day is flexible and 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.
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Alison R wrote a review Dec 2020
Melbourne, Australia63 contributions16 helpful votes
We walked from the Otford lookout carpark north to Burning Palms Beach and then south along the beach to the Figure Eight Pools. It was a fairly warm early summer's day, and the forest part of the walk was wonderfully shady. Most of the beach stretch involved picking one's way across rocks... which was fun and challenging. Not much in the way of bird life, but I did see a water dragon and a tree dragon as well as a tiny black skink.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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SJYeo wrote a review Jul 2020
Roseville, Australia181 contributions26 helpful votes
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We spent about 3 hrs for a 3.3km from car park #5 to eagle head rock. Along the way, great scenery plus seeing the burnt trees from bushfires just 6 months ago. A very enjoyable walk.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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TMBHL_on_the_go wrote a review Jun 2020
Wagga Wagga, Australia1,003 contributions143 helpful votes
We walked the full 27.5km track in a day over the June equinox weekend.  I'd been planning for months the logistics of walking from Otford to Bundeena and the complexity (particularly with Covid and reduced capacity on the Bundeena ferry and Otford trains) was giving me headaches.  Then I suddenly thought that if we stayed in a B&B in Bundeena, perhaps the owners would drop us at the start of the track and we could just walk back - avoiding all need to deal with public transport schedules. Red Door B&B Bundeena to the rescue!  The lovely Lynne & driver Dave were happy to drive us 30mins and drop us at the start of the track in Otford (which also avoids the 2km walk from the station to the track).  We were walking by 8.20am and spent a wonderful 7.5hours walking the total 29.5km back to the B&B.  It was a perfect sunny 21 degree day so there were plenty of other walkers and joggers using the track and also plenty of whales heading north along the coast with us.  We stopped for lunch at a lovely spot where a humpback rolled along just beneath us and slapped its tail creating a huge whacking sound on the water. I actually think the ideal way to walk would be to start at Bundeena and finish at Otford as you'd have the sun behind you and would also get to wedding cake rock earlier. When we arrived it was later in the afternoon and the rock was covered in shadow from the fencing, and of course 3 idiotic tourists who had climbed the huge fencing and then just sat on the rock for at least the 5mins we waited, risking their own lives and ruining everyone else's photos. Everything else about the day was perfect though. I should also mention the spa at Red Door B&B has jets that perfectly massaged my aching feet at the end of our very big day.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Uncle Buck wrote a review Jun 2020
Coogee, Australia14 contributions
It was really easy to get to the Royal National Park by using the weekend shuttle bus from Sutherland Train Station. The bus leaves at 8am and 11am from car park at 1-3 East Parade. I paid $15 for a day pass that dropped my off at Bundeena and I walked to Garie in 4 hours. I saw whales, wedding cake rock, eagle rock and Wattamolla Lagoon. The bus ticket includes national park fees and returned me back to Sutherland. The bus is called Park Connections and the drivers were really easy going. Highly recommend the Coast Walk with Park Connections.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Teresa C wrote a review Jun 2020
Metro Manila, Philippines1,147 contributions216 helpful votes
Beautiful views, beaches, fresh air, good trails (careful if wet), what more can one ask? The coast is worth the walk and a picnic.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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