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Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park

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Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park

73 Reviews
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Paddle a kayak alongside bottlenose dolphins in scenic Byron Bay on this guided tour. As you experience these gentle creatures, learn about the protected habitat of Cape Byron Marine Park (park fees are included in the tour price) and catch a glimpse of historic Cape Byron Light. Conclude your adventure with tea and refreshments on the beach. No kayaking experience is required to enjoy this tour.
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Margaret wrote a review Feb 2021
Sydney, Australia33 contributions
Went to this National Park on a Sunday. Such a beautiful day yet the park is not overcrowded. This is our first visit and we’re so impressed with the beautiful view and variety of activities we can do. There’s a little playground for young children. You can hire paddle boats as well, which was a highlight for our 5-year old. Park looks quite well maintained and clean. Paying $12 entry fee is definitely worth it! Picnic is certainly the most popular thing to do on sunny day like today but if you don’t bring enough food there’s a cafe there called Bobbin Inn which is very nice (a bit at premium price but good food). We hope to visit again soon.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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funkyhughes23 wrote a review Jul 2020
Melbourne, Australia287 contributions74 helpful votes
So much to see here as the park really goes over three locations. We focused on the Aboriginal Heritage Walk area where we viewed rock paintings and engravings thousands of years old, which was an absolutely amazing experience. A great walk through the bush between two beautiful beaches was also part of our day. If you are during beware of the hundreds of bike riders on the roads. Also, be aware that the journey back from those beaches is a long way uphill, so not a work for the faint hearted.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Michael P wrote a review Feb 2020
Sydney, Australia127 contributions19 helpful votes
Fantastic place to ride a bike or bush walk. Tranquil with stunning scenery and unbelievably youre still in suburban Sydney. My favourite bike riding location.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Matthew P wrote a review Jan 2020
Sydney, Australia101 contributions23 helpful votes
We occasionally get out to the park every once or twice a year with the family. As with most national parks, you will need to make an entry payment fee of $12 per vehicle, unless you have purchased an annual Multi Parks Pass for $65 from NSW National Park, or Service NSW when you renew your car rego. A small price to pay knowing that it helps with the management and upkeep of these precious places. Akuna Bay is a lovely spot to enjoy this area. Grab some fish & chips and relax on the shore line. They have free gas BBQ's at the picnic grounds, some undercover seating and a toilet block. A nice spot to enjoy the afternoon sunset. There is also a cafe at the nearby d'Albora Marina. Bring your hat, sunscreen and sunnies and enjoy the peace and beauty of this lovely place.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Sydney, Australia1,215 contributions453 helpful votes
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We went there for a short hiking on a very beautiful Saturday. We parked at West Head and walked to West Head Beach, Resolute Beach and Red Hands Trail. The trail has big trees and it would be fine even in the summer. We also saw some art work made by the Aborigines. The journey took about 3 hours.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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