Lake Curalo Boardwalk is a 3.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Eden, New South Wales, Australia that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

Length3.2 miElevation gain167 ftRoute typeLoop
Wheelchair friendlykid friendlystroller friendlyFishingMountain bikingWalkingBird watchingRunningBeachForestLakePavedRiverViewswild-flowersWildlifeCity walk
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A flat walking trail that circles Lake Curalo through melaleuca forest, salt marsh and showcases estuary flora and fauna. Plenty of places to stop for a rest and the boardwalk being paved is accessible for wheelchairs, bikes and strollers.

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Emily Ballard
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Great walk! Small crossing over the inlet, make sure you check the tide before banking on getting over.

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Jonathan Kent
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julie viola
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easy level circuit at low tide as you cross river mouth under knee high. Wouldn't attempt at high tide, looks deep and fast running

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Sarah Blazer
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Good trail, although the description is completely inaccurate. There is a section of paved path and a section of boardwalk, but also a gravel track, grass fields, and an unbridged water crossing that requires you to walk through the sand/sea. When we went, the tide had the water come to about knee deep. Good trail and lovely walk though, just be aware it is not entirely as described.

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Chrissy Collier
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Kay Moroney
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Zee Dee
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Anna Ho
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Chelsea Holton
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Leanne Young
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Leanne Young
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Leanne Young
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David Griffiths
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