Botany Headland Wild Walk - November 2018
About the adventure
This remarkable half-day Wild Walk explores an area rich in Aboriginal history and cultural significance, venturing through protected sand dunes, hanging swamps, coastal scrubland and Angophera forest.
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, including a visit to Cape Bailey Lighthouse.
You will enjoy a relaxing gourmet morning tea overlooking the ocean from our private clifftop location.
Guided walk with accompanying WWOT Coach, NPWS entry fees, first aid, National Parks Licence and morning tea.
Introductory. 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.