How far? 5km round trip
How long will it take? 2.5 hours
At the northernmost tip of the Royal National Park, your walk begins at the ferry wharf of the tiny township of Bundeena, most easily accessed via the short ferry ride from Cronulla. The majority of this pleasant hike overlooks the water and includes four beaches, should you want to take a break and feel the sand between your toes. Before circling back along the loop path through denser bushland, you can enjoy stunning views of the Pacific and the distant Sydney skyline across Port Hacking from Jibbon Point.
Time Out tip: Ancient Aboriginal engravings that can be found in rock faces along this trail. Made by the Dharawal people, the traditional owners of the land, some of these artworks date back as far as 4,000 years.