Royal National Park
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For epic running adventures outside of town, this national park can’t be beat. A well-known heritage site with various routes totalling over 93 km, the park welcomes runners, cyclists, and trekkers of all levels. Routes range from the world-class Coast Track—yes it’s runnable, at 26 km each way—to the 10-km Curra Moors Loop. If you’re looking for a combination of scenic wilderness and coastal beauty, one of my favourite routes is the 20-km, out-and-back trip along the Lady Carrington Drive bike path, which is also open to runners and walkers. It passes three picnic areas and crosses 15 creeks—count them!
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Royal National Park - Figure 8 pools hike (you can only reach them at LOW TIDE. Ask at the entry booth or at Audley centre about the tides!!) - Wedding Cake Rock - Wottamolla Beach - Bandeena Beach - Hordens beach, Bundeena is dog friendly o SEP to APRIL: dogs allowed off leash Mon-Fri before…
Walking access from Bundeena or a quick drive. You are looking at the National Park from your balcony here
The second oldest national park in the world, with aboriginal rock carvings, waterfalls and surf beaches, walks to suit everybody theres lots to discover. Native wild life galore and you might even spot a koala.
Only 10 minutes away, the Royal National Park is the second oldest national park in the world after Yellowstone, which was established in the US in 1872. It was founded by Sir John Robertson, Acting Premier of New South Wales, and formally proclaimed on 26 April 1879. Its original name was National…
So much fun to be had and explore through the royal national park. From hiking to kids activities like horse riding as well as camping and in swimming spots like the figure 8 pools. It’s a great trip for the day if you want to see Ulla Dulla and experience life outside of the city and get to see…