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The old adage what goes up must come down (and vice versa) is definitely applicable to this walk! Very invigorating travelling along the coast and breathing in the salty ocean air. There’s a lot of varied scenery and terrain along the way to soak up. Definitely closer to 30km. This time of the year you probably wouldn’t want to leave Bundeena any later than 8am.

Easy walk, really nice swim

Moderate hike with amazing views looking over Seaford area.

hiking
muddy
off trail
private property
14 hours ago

The first half it was looking good! Then, the second half it was horrible! The loop took me through 1 drill construction area, and 1 dumping area that is for construction! The third part was fantastic, as I went up those stairs and was rewarded the view I started with earlier. There is a place with the loop where you can have lunch, go to the loo and have a rest, which is quite nice. The loop should be rerouted again, because of this. I find it's not well taken care of when going through the middle of the route. It looks like majority of the route was for mountain bikes to go through. However, most of the route is for hikers any ways. When you get here, just got to park on the streets. The middle part felt like I was going through a private property or feeling like I shouldn't be there in the first place. They need to take care of this loop, because there are branches that is blocking the tracks and had to go around it. Nevertheless, the loop was average. But a good starting point for solo hiking if you live far off south east, and is close by. Finished it off within less than 3 hours.

hiking
blowdown
bugs
rocky
16 hours ago

Easy walk to the magnificent falls. Not stroller friendly with quite a few steps to navigate. Clean flush toilets at the start. A must do in the Grampians.

off road driving
blowdown
bridge out
bugs
closed
muddy
no shade
off trail
over grown
private property
rocky
scramble
snow
washed out
19 hours ago

hiking
1 day ago

It's a journey to seek the untouched sand & to see the panoramic view of the vast Ocean. It's moreso an easy-moderate hike in my opinion. Sure is nice. It's a hike that you'll think of, years later, ..... ...pondering a fond memory. Suggestion: Go for it! Sealers Cove rocks the rock : )

hiking
over grown
1 day ago

A good loop. Some trees down and blackberries/scrub to get through. Can choose more defined trail on some section rather than follow bushy track. About 10km loop from Richards Rd. Dogs allowed on lead.

hiking
over grown
1 day ago

Enjoyed the walk, great mix of views from top of the hill to down in the valley. Not much of a waterfall though. Next time I’d just walk to the top of the hill and back.

This walk is a great work out. You will need good shoes, the top is very slippery when wet.

trail running
1 day ago

Great loop run. We pack breakfast and bbq egg and bacon sarnies. We take the dog along, busy at the top traverse as track narrows on lichfield trail. Give us a smile if you pass by, costs nothing and really brightens my day. Dogs on leads as bikes do share part of the track and must be under control

hiking
1 day ago

Very nearly impenetrable in its current condition. ~30 fallen trees over the track, over grown and poorly signed. Parks Victoria need to do works here immediately.

road biking
blowdown
muddy
off trail
rocky
washed out
1 day ago

Great track , good rocky hill climbs and mad single trail but comes out in to the road , had to go on road to get back to trail , hill climb and single trail is for medium to advance abilities.

This is a sick hike

Amazing Views

Another one that isn’t hard. It’s long but the track is easy to follow and the three or four creek crossings are very easy to get over. I went on winter solstice so I started in the dark with my head torch. About 11kms of this track is the border track which is very easy. I clocked 22.3kms in 5h 2m.

hiking
2 days ago

Great workout for the legs, up, up, then up some more! Decent views from many parts of the trail. Nice hike approx 2hrs.

Peaceful, beautiful way to escape the city. Don’t forget to bring your pup!

We did this circuit during winter and saw many other tourists around. Despite this, the walk was spectacular with many natural features. The scenery was constantly changing. The swimming holes/creeks were refreshing, however, I would not recommend this part to young children or diffident swimmers due to the strong current and slippery rocks.

Awesome track, hard beginning and end sections but easy middle section. Rewarding views.

walking
2 days ago

Knee high slippery water crossing with last months rain at end of trail, before look out. Trail starts out fine but End Trail over grown.

hiking
2 days ago

Went directly up to Corang Peak (didn't do the loop and stayed on the obvious track) from Wog Wog campground. Took about 2 and half hours up and same to get back to the campground. Pretty easy walk in my opinion and has amazing views!

great walk, well marked, a few very small sections you have to duck under trees/ bush bit was all part of the fun. Has a few hills to get your heartrate up. About halfway through there are some good views of the lake and also saw various birds if your into birdwatching.

hiking
2 days ago

this is a lovely walk . it can be modified to a zig zag walk . it is very much traffic but very pretty. there is a peak to climb.

hiking
2 days ago

Not sign posted but easy to follow. Keep in mind entry is a dirt road

hiking
off trail
rocky
3 days ago

Great trail, minor inclines and descents.

We love walking in the Arboretum, especially between March and July. Today along Gingko Track we saw a beautiful male Lyrebird, tail on full display, singing all the bird calls of the area to us. It was a truly magical sight (and sound) to behold. We also saw two lovely Wallabies.

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