Botany Headland 1/2 Day Wild Walk - November 2017
About the adventure:
This remarkable half day Wild Walk explores an area rich in Aboriginal history and cultural significance. We begin from Captain Cook’s landing place, heading on a challenging coastal rock scramble to the spectacular cliff top tracks in the National Park.
Our morning includes a visit to Cape Bailey Lighthouse, trekking through protected sand dunes, hanging swamps, coastal scrubland and Angophera forest.
You will enjoy a relaxing gourmet morning tea overlooking the ocean from our private clifftop location.
Pack req & what to bring:
You will be carrying all your personal equipment for the day – 3-5 kg day pack is suitable for this adventure.
Newbie to moderate - You must be confident with coastal rock scrambling and will need good balance and agility. You will also be of good fitness and capable of carrying an 3-5 kg pack for up to 5 - 6 hours.
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