Garawarra Ridge to Burning Palms Beach is a 8.2 kilometer lightly trafficked loop trail located near Otford, New South Wales, Australia that features beautiful wild flowers. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and nature trips.

8.2 km
320 m


nature trips

trail running





wild flowers


27 days ago

Loved the costal section. Beautiful ocean views with palm jungles. The inland half was just a gravel road, kind of boring. The upside is the second half is pretty flat. If you have the energy, I’d take the same coastal trail back to the car park instead.

3 months ago

Amazing views, great selection of terrain. Never got board on this walk, will do it again.

5 months ago

Hard is an overstatement, I’d say moderate. Some super pretty other parts not so much. Would do again

6 months ago

Nice scenery in one part, boring walk on the second half. Not hard at all, even for beginners or casual hikers. Worth spending few hours though, especially if a side trip to figure eight pool is included.

9 months ago

An enjoyable walk with some good views and a few different landscapes (beach, rainforest, bush). The hard rating is an overstatement, more a moderate walk. Saw a wild echidna next to one of the boardwalks.

Thursday, June 15, 2017

It was a nice hike though the inland half of the loop
was kind of boring with just a muddy track in the bush but once you get to the more coastal side of the loop you start getting some nice views. I honestly would have preferred I did an out and back hike on the coastal half of the loop instead in hindsight. The hike also definitely should not be rated hard.

Monday, May 08, 2017

Definitely not hard. I would rate this a moderate loop.

Friday, February 17, 2017

if you do it anti clockwise it becomes moderate instead of hard and it's a much nicer walk as you get the stretch of sandy rocky ground out of the way first

2 months ago

Saturday, September 02, 2017

Saturday, February 25, 2017