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hiking
1 month ago

Great spot in the winter - the northern end starts at one of the best whale watching lookout points in Sydney.

trail running
2 months ago

This is a great little track for running. new metal paths and a great view the whole way. Nice sections of scampering up rocks too!

on Cape Bailey Track

backpacking
2 months ago

Beautiful track to run/hike with pack. Went on an afternoon at 4pm, after the rain cleared up. Only a handful of people seen on the walk. Great view of the ocean & challenging footwork keeps you mentally focused around the cliff rocks

Nice walk along the cliff. We took a little detour at the end and returned back from Tabbigai track.

walking
5 months ago

WHALES GALORE! Parked at the visitors centre, went to the cove and followed all the new metal paths. Took all the touristy photos. Took 1h45m there at the lighthouse. And 1h15m back though the sandy which was a real shortcut. Just beware those paths are washed out with puddles and be prepared for bush bashing in that case. Highly recommended and very quiet trail. Didn’t see one person around on a weekday arvo! Took my flight elderly dad. The metal trail is still being completed.

Nice easy walk with plenty of whales to keep you interested.

hiking
7 months ago

Per another hiker I caught a bus (987) from Cronulla (check with the Google machine - super limited services on weekends and public holidays) and actually started this hike in Kurnell (where a load of dolphins were cruising waves with some surfers). Gorgeous coast but very exposed (if its windy, you cop it). Killer 2km hike on sand at the end, but a hot meal and a coffee (Or a beer) await you in Conulla. Total mileage from Kurnell to Cronulla was about 16km.

hiking
7 months ago

The cliff scenery is stunning. Even on a cold windy day after rain we had no trouble making our way along the cliff parts of the walk (mostly you are walking on the rock itself). Once you veer from the cliff to the lighthouse later in the walk, the terrain can be quite muddy after rain, and some parts are quite soft sand. But they seemed to be about to install a few short sections of grippy walkways when we were there, which will make walking that stretch very easy even when wet.

hiking
7 months ago

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

I just went one way and it is possible to get a bus (385 I believe but check google maps) back to town. The bus isn’t very frequent though! Especially on Sunday’s and bank holidays. There’s one at 17:00. If not an Uber will cost 24 dollars back to the train station which has great links to central and Bondi Junction.

Tuesday, August 08, 2017

The lighthouse wasn't what I expected but it was still a pretty decent hike! I would go again.

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