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Sydney Coast Walks

#130 of 647 Tours in Sydney
Sydney, Australia
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About Sydney Coast Walks
With some of Sydney's best natural beauty only accessible on foot, Sydney Coast Walks provides guided walking tours of the city's national parks. The privately guided hikes of Sydney Harbour National Park and Royal National Park enables you to reconnect with nature and experience the wonder of Sydney's outdoors. From easy half day and full day walks, to more challenging overnight hikes, choose a walk to suit your style. Full of interesting commentary including aboriginal sites, history and native plants and animals, you'll leave with a greater understanding and appreciation for the unique environment you're walking through.
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Maree H wrote a review Jul 2019
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia65 contributions29 helpful votes
A very pretty interesting walk. Easy gradient so not taxing, and a nice cafe ( Bella Vista) for mid point coffee and treat. Great views of north head from Fairfax lookout. Lovely walk back via Collins beach to Manly.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Kimmiegee wrote a review Dec 2018
Wollongong, Australia929 contributions110 helpful votes
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This is a great coastal walk as it is well sign posted and easy to find and follow. Plus we also found this 9km walk to be an easy walk as it is relatively flat and there are platforms most of the way. There are a few stairs and they are easily negotiated and well maintained. The scenery is stunning and you walk past Wedding Cake Rock which is actually cordoned off due to the fragility of the rock & the death of the French student in 2014. The sandstone formations are a great example of the fact that Sydney is built on a sandstone basin. There were lots of lovely eucalyptus and flowering shrubs. We stopped (along with many other walkers) for a swim at Marley Beach which is such a pretty beach. When we got back to Bundeena we picked up some supplies at the local IGA for a picnic sitting on the grassed area at the beach. We also grabbed a take away coffee from one of the many cafes. The beach at Bundeena is very pretty with views to Cronulla in the distance. You can drive to Bundeena or catch a ferry from Cronulla.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Sandra K wrote a review Oct 2018
Tucson, Arizona56 contributions4 helpful votes
Beautiful coastal walk. Stunning coastal views and also some amazing homes along the way. Meander up and down the pathway, some stairs. Wear sunscreen in summer. Walk can be as long as you like. Lots of opportunities to stop at Cafes along the way.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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heather W wrote a review Jan 2017
Essex, United Kingdom69 contributions31 helpful votes
Had a little ferry ride from Cronulla to Bundeena, then walk into the national park. Dramatic coastal scenery, due to unsafe cliff face could not get onto 'wedding cake rock'. But this did not distract from the views and walk. Trails are reasonably marked and quite easy to follow. Walked 15 mile round trip. Saw quite a bit of wildlife.
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Date of experience: January 2017
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Charlie K wrote a review Sep 2016
Hasselt, The Netherlands12 contributions6 helpful votes
This walk was great. The rangers are friendly, we saw a red belly black snake, very cute, but due to safety risks the cake has been fenced off
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Date of experience: September 2016
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