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Great walk, went bundeena to Otford, lots of places to refill water along the trail. Much longer than the stated 23kms, more like 30kms. At low tide you can walk around the era headland to save time but the views from above era headland are awesome! No water at era campground so fill up at garie before heading to camp, you could also swim at garie and then have a freshwater shower.

Great views of the coast and Good swimming. Can refill water at Garie surf club toilet and Wattamolla toilets. Signs say the water isn’t safe, but it’s just tank rain water.
Good for spotting birds too.

no shade
25 days ago

Bring a lot of water on a hot day. Love the views. During the week pretty calm.

Great track, very casual and easy with all the new boardwalk installed. Added on an extension around Jibbon Head to the north on the first day heading North to South. Was able to filter water from some of the larger creeks with a purifying system with no issues.

Great views. The campsite at North Era isnt the best due to the lack of water.

Amazing place to visit

2 months ago

Very short loop. Can explore surrounding beach area along the way. Couldn't see an of the aboriginal art.

Beautiful walk, started in Bundeena and made our way to Otford so there was no pressure to catch the last ferry back.

A nice walk. Went from Otford to Bundeena over two days. I clocked this walk closer to 34k so make allowances. As you travel through the boards indicating distance constantly change.

from North Era you can walk around the rocks you don't have to go over the ridge if tides permit. That would have saved plenty of effort.

Highly recommend, I would personally start from Orford early morning and walk north, and aim for an afternoon ferry, the reason being ferry does not start till a fair while into the day, some of the best coast near sydney

17 days ago

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