Sydney Coastal Trek Sydney NSW, Australia

Sydney Coastal Trek

Sydney NSW, Australia

Hiking
10 hours
July - March
Easy
Local Partner, Popular, Every day
Family-friendly

Overview

  • Easy day-hike along Sydney's wild coastline
  • Step out of the city for the day, and join us on a spectacular trail that combines salt swept coastlines, long sandy beaches and dramatic sea cliffs.
  • You'll be forgiven for forgetting you're only 45 minutes from Sydney on this incredibly beautiful day-hike along the Royal National Parks' spectacular coastline.

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What's Included?

  • A local eco-certified guide 
  • Hot tea and fresh coffee for morning tea 
  • Gourmet picnic lunch and snacks, including fruit
  • Return transport from Sydney in a private air-conditioned bus​
  • All national park fees and track fees
  • Emergency communications and first aid kits
  • Small group tour with a maximum of ten guests


Highlights of the tour

  • Visit the second oldest National park in the world
  • Find a secret waterfall known only to locals
  • Spot rare wildlife like echidnas, sea eagles and whales
  • Enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch on the beach and have the chance to swim in one of the best beaches in Sydney
  • Relax on the journey as we transport you to and from Sydney


Photos

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Sydney Coastal Trek Sydney NSW, Australia #49bc6a39-4042-4029-a538-76d27acb5273
Sydney Coastal Trek Sydney NSW, Australia #49bc6a39-4042-4029-a538-76d27acb5273
Sydney Coastal Trek Sydney NSW, Australia #49bc6a39-4042-4029-a538-76d27acb5273
Sydney Coastal Trek Sydney NSW, Australia #49bc6a39-4042-4029-a538-76d27acb5273
Sydney Coastal Trek Sydney NSW, Australia #49bc6a39-4042-4029-a538-76d27acb5273

Where will we meet?

Sydney CBD - 6:30am 

All tours depart from Central Train Station, Sydney CBD. Exact meeting place details will be provided with booking confirmation.


What will I see?

Starting right in the heart of the Royal National Park, this introductory-level trail is the perfect way to spend a day outdoors amongst the stunning beauty of Sydney's coast. It's hard not to be in awe, as you walk amidst the ocean's thunder and salt spray, trailing across exposed sandstone cliffs, sandy beaches and coastal heathland.

 

Make sure you pack your swimmers because the beaches will entice with their clean white sand and azure blue waters; the perfect chance to cool down. There will be ample time to relax, fossick the shoreline, and soak up some glorious sunshine.

 

Our guides are super passionate and will be eager to share with you remarkable facts about the local flora, the common birds and the geological phenomenon's that created the landscape.

 

An exceptional National Park, the Royal displays significant Aboriginal history, with ancient middens and other evidence of their peaceful and prosperous civilization to be found along the track. In more recent time, during the great depression of the '30s, a series of quaint coastal villages were constructed. We'll have the chance to visit one of these villages, casting our mind back to a simpler time. 

 

A gourmet picnic lunch on the beach is included, along with snacks, hot tea and fresh coffee!

 

This tour is perfect for anyone looking for a unique and memorable way to spend a day in Sydney, spending time on some of the best beaches in the world.


Map

What do I need?

We ask all guests to please bring along the following items:

  • Day pack to carry personal belongings 
  • Water bottle - preferably 2L as there are no refill opportunities along the track
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Hat and sunscreen
  • Swimmers and towel (optional, but highly recommended)
  • Jacket during the cooler months (April - October)
  • Raincoat (available for hire)
  • Camera or phone for some beautiful photos


What fitness level do I need?

The Coastal Track is a lovely introductory level walk. The gradient is mostly flat and gentle, with some steeper climbs over headlands, and descents down to beaches. A reasonable level of fitness is required to complete the track, but we will take regular breaks to ensure this walk is enjoyable for all. Guests can expect to be walking for approximately 5 hours, broken up with regular breaks. 

 

For anyone that suffers from knee pain, we recommend using a pair of walking poles for support. Gone are the days when poles were deemed to be ‘dorky’, using poles is actually really beneficial for your knees as they take a significant amount of pressure off your joints.


Find more about the region

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating

What's Included?

  • A local eco-certified guide 
  • Hot tea and fresh coffee for morning tea 
  • Gourmet picnic lunch and snacks, including fruit
  • Return transport from Sydney in a private air-conditioned bus​
  • All national park fees and track fees
  • Emergency communications and first aid kits
  • Small group tour with a maximum of ten guests


Highlights of the tour

  • Visit the second oldest National park in the world
  • Find a secret waterfall known only to locals
  • Spot rare wildlife like echidnas, sea eagles and whales
  • Enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch on the beach and have the chance to swim in one of the best beaches in Sydney
  • Relax on the journey as we transport you to and from Sydney


Photos

  • For bigger photos, click on the images.
Sydney Coastal Trek Sydney NSW, Australia #49bc6a39-4042-4029-a538-76d27acb5273
Sydney Coastal Trek Sydney NSW, Australia #49bc6a39-4042-4029-a538-76d27acb5273
Sydney Coastal Trek Sydney NSW, Australia #49bc6a39-4042-4029-a538-76d27acb5273
Sydney Coastal Trek Sydney NSW, Australia #49bc6a39-4042-4029-a538-76d27acb5273
Sydney Coastal Trek Sydney NSW, Australia #49bc6a39-4042-4029-a538-76d27acb5273

Where will we meet?

Sydney CBD - 6:30am 

All tours depart from Central Train Station, Sydney CBD. Exact meeting place details will be provided with booking confirmation.


What will I see?

Starting right in the heart of the Royal National Park, this introductory-level trail is the perfect way to spend a day outdoors amongst the stunning beauty of Sydney's coast. It's hard not to be in awe, as you walk amidst the ocean's thunder and salt spray, trailing across exposed sandstone cliffs, sandy beaches and coastal heathland.

 

Make sure you pack your swimmers because the beaches will entice with their clean white sand and azure blue waters; the perfect chance to cool down. There will be ample time to relax, fossick the shoreline, and soak up some glorious sunshine.

 

Our guides are super passionate and will be eager to share with you remarkable facts about the local flora, the common birds and the geological phenomenon's that created the landscape.

 

An exceptional National Park, the Royal displays significant Aboriginal history, with ancient middens and other evidence of their peaceful and prosperous civilization to be found along the track. In more recent time, during the great depression of the '30s, a series of quaint coastal villages were constructed. We'll have the chance to visit one of these villages, casting our mind back to a simpler time. 

 

A gourmet picnic lunch on the beach is included, along with snacks, hot tea and fresh coffee!

 

This tour is perfect for anyone looking for a unique and memorable way to spend a day in Sydney, spending time on some of the best beaches in the world.


Map

What do I need?

We ask all guests to please bring along the following items:

  • Day pack to carry personal belongings 
  • Water bottle - preferably 2L as there are no refill opportunities along the track
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Hat and sunscreen
  • Swimmers and towel (optional, but highly recommended)
  • Jacket during the cooler months (April - October)
  • Raincoat (available for hire)
  • Camera or phone for some beautiful photos


What fitness level do I need?

The Coastal Track is a lovely introductory level walk. The gradient is mostly flat and gentle, with some steeper climbs over headlands, and descents down to beaches. A reasonable level of fitness is required to complete the track, but we will take regular breaks to ensure this walk is enjoyable for all. Guests can expect to be walking for approximately 5 hours, broken up with regular breaks. 

 

For anyone that suffers from knee pain, we recommend using a pair of walking poles for support. Gone are the days when poles were deemed to be ‘dorky’, using poles is actually really beneficial for your knees as they take a significant amount of pressure off your joints.


Find more about the region

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