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Travel by Car to Wollongong New South Wales🌏covering our favourite North Beach, historical Lighthouse on Flagstaff Hill & Scenic Lookouts, further drive to Northern Illawarra Region's Austinmer to stay at Headlands Beach Resort* walk on the beaches of Mighty Pacific soak up ambience n seabreeze...More
You can park before of after the bridge easily. There is a nice walkway on the bridge to view the spectacular ocean. There are picture boards along the way that describe the history and making of the bridge. Gove yourself plenty of time as it...More
shared walk and cycle path along 665 meters sea cliff bridge.the view of surrounding is astonishing and eye cooling over south pacific ocean.many many tourista,residents visit this place without fail.it forms part of norther wollongong
It is Great to be able to walk on this iconic bridge. I thought it was a part of the main highway system but it is actually a through road, now a Tourist destination. Nice for a day trip from Wollongong.
Well worth a visit if in the area. There fantastic views of the bridge and surrounding coastline from Bald Hill on Sydney side of the bridge. There is also a cafe and toilets here.
If travelling from Sydney suggest you drive across and park at...More
The SeaCliff Bridge has become one of NSW famous tourists’ spots ever since it was opened for public in December 2005. It links the coastal villages of Coalcliff & Clifton and comprises two lanes of vehicle traffic, a cycleway and a walkway. This almost half...More
Response from 810nataliet | Reviewed this property |
There is a walk way along the entires bridge that is very sturdy and safe and car spaces there too. Many safe photograph opportunities. Absolutely no need for a guide or tour, just a map on how to get to the bridge and walk... More
There is a walk way along the entires bridge that is very sturdy and safe and car spaces there too. Many safe photograph opportunities. Absolutely no need for a guide or tour, just a map on how to get to the bridge and walk and photograph at your leisure. It’s a lovely area.
Response from annmG4608WJ | Reviewed this property |
Hi we (the girls) went by train and the guys went buy car. We got of at coal cliff station, don't forget to tap off when you get off the train, because once you have crossed the bridge, there isn't a tap off the other side... More
Hi we (the girls) went by train and the guys went buy car. We got of at coal cliff station, don't forget to tap off when you get off the train, because once you have crossed the bridge, there isn't a tap off the other side! We had to go back over the bridge!! There's a lot of step going from the platform, and over the bridge and then down another set of steps . We had a baby in a pram, so was quite an effort. It took us about five minutes to walk to the picnics site by the beach and about another five mins to the start of the bridge. It's a beautiful walk and well worth the trip.