The Coast Track
Dharawal Country

12 h to 2 days

27.7 km

↑ 1169 m
↓ -1066 m

Hard track
Starting from Bundeena Wharf, Bundeena, this walk takes you on a coastal trip as you skirt the eastern borders of Royal National Park, visiting multiple beaches, waterfalls and viewpoints along the way. Embark on a refreshing journey alongside the Pacific and make your way through various terrains and exceptional landmarks. From historical middens to hidden waterfalls, this track lets you get a taste of the coastal wonders of Australia. In fact, it features one of the three waterfalls in the country that directly plunges into the ocean - The Curracurrong Falls. There are heaps of beaches throughout the journey, so you don’t need to worry about where to cool off. Listen to the birdsong and the sound of waves as you hike through the bushland. Take your shoes off and let your feet rest in the warm sand, then have a scenic picnic if you’d like to do so. You can make this a multi-day journey by staying at the North Era Beach Campground. Take plenty of water and cover yourself well from the sun to have a better experience. Let us begin by acknowledging the Dharawal people, Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present. 
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