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Loved this trail. Excellent track, my 2 year old happily trekked it.

Good practice track with some steep hills and varied conditions. Google maps shows multiple tracks in some places where only the fire trails exist. Extend the walk by taking some of the fire trails

Great walk. Well signed. Really peaceful. Went on a Saturday morning and didn’t see a single other walker.

hiking
off trail
over grown
rocky
6 hours ago

hiking
7 hours ago

Great hike, some beautiful scenery and great photo opportunities and local wildlife. Some steep sections that will get the blood pumping!

awesome climb great rock scramble

Good trail for a run. It’s actually about 13.5km. Very steep in arts it that’s half the fun.

easy. very good views

hiking
12 hours ago

TRACK CLOSED DUE TO TREE FALLS AND DANGEROUS WEATHER

beautiful views, nice walk gradual incline

Great trail ,but overgrown in parts. so remember your journey.
when i reached the large rock cairn before the downhill slope to the wreck.beyond the cairn going down.there is no trail. there was two pink ribbons tied to seperate trees, if there were anymore ribbons,i never saw them I lost the way completely. Scrub bashed around till i eventually got back to the cairn.
All i am saying is do not take this trail for granted. be very aware where you are.
Having said that,i enjoyed immensely

hiking
22 hours ago

Went with my family (includes a 3 year old), we loved the track and the heritage behind it. Lovely track, beautiful forestry. We left unsatisfied as it was too short, went and checked out Serpy dam as well for more bush tracks.

Heaps fun

hiking
no shade
23 hours ago

If you do the loop, it offers access to several waterfalls, elevated platforms through fern forests, and some old lumberjack equipment (steam engines and railcars). We climbed down next to the path to get up close and personal with one of the waterfalls, very pretty down there. Possibility to see platypi. Next to this loop, there is also an in and out trail to another waterfall that was more impressive than the loop waterfalls.

A great ridge line walk that is slow going with hands and feet needed to get up some sections. Any accidents will mean a lengthy rescue. I camped overnight for a two day walk, but I enjoy taking my time.

I enjoyed the trail's nice mixture of highways and dirt tracks. Unfortunately the trail descends southward from the Western Lookout through an area now marked as "No access" - it has been so for a few years - but it requires only a small violation and the walk along the southern border is worth it.
On the return loop along the Toohey Ridge Track where it met the Nathan Ridge Track, I chose to return to the Toohey Road picnic grounds by continuing along the Toohey Ridge Track rather than going back along the initial southwestern path, just because I prefer not to retrace my steps. That made the walk one big loop.

Easy access to beautiful views, but way too many people.

love , repeat love this track!! nothing better than getting up at 2 am (NSW time) to beat the sun up. to the top. beautiful part of the world.

hiking
bugs
2 days ago

Top coastal Walk

great walk, beautiful scenery not to mention the fabulous houses on route, enjoyable day.

We walked from the main parking lot to battleship spur and back in one day... took us 11 hours and we were soooooooo sore by the end of it, but wow!!! so beautiful!!! Definitely a hard slog and i would attempt that with most people... when they say go straight up to Battleship spur, they weren't kidding

Very very steep, we only made it to Keppel look out as we didn’t have time to do the whole loop. Beautiful view at the lookout that makes the hike worth it.

road biking
3 days ago

Broome is undoubtedly the most cycling unfriendly town I have been to. Masses of broken glass on the roadsides and pavements. Poorly thought out road calming central reservations that force the cars and lorries very close to bikes (who are forced to cycle where all the broken glass is).

Beautiful trail. Once you get under the ferny canopy it becomes cooler and darker. Highly recommend going as an afternoon walk, so you can watch the sunset over Rotary Lookout.

it's a great track it's long it's deep it's rough but not quite the right track to take on when you haven't been out for a long long time. In saying that absolutely loved the hike.

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.
30kms

Walked this trail many times, always incorporating coffee at Kilcunda cafe before we walk back! Highly rate this track!

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