Royal National Park Wild Walk - June 2019

Sunday, June 23, 2019
AUD$220.00(GST Inc)
Bookings Open

About the adventure

This 27km One Day Wild Walk is a ‘must do’ experience. You’ll walk along stunning beaches, escarpments and cliffs. You’ll see spectacular clifftop scenery, diverse vegetation and rugged cliff faces that will take your breath away

date: Saturday, 10 December 2016

duration: ½ Day, 6.45am start. Approx. 12.30pm finish

price: $79

includes: Includes guided walk, first aid, insurance, Nat Parks License, and morning tea.  Maximum: 15 participants. Please note that we must have a minimum of 8 participants for the Walk to go ahead.

grading: Introductory to Moderate

about the adventure:

This loop trek follows a forest fire trail and bush track to the secluded Burning Palms Beach. A 30 minute rock scramble takes us to the remarkable natural Figure 8 pool where we can enjoy a refreshing swim followed by morning tea before the steep ascent through Burning Palms to Otford. Spectacular cliff-top scenery, stunning beaches, diverse vegetation and a secret swimming hole all in “Australia’s Oldest National Park”.

pack req: Day pack, approx. 6-8kg including 3-4 litres of water. You will be carrying all your personal equipment for the day – a 35 – 45L day pack is suitable for this adventure.
fitness req: Moderate. You must be of moderate fitness and capable of carrying a 5-7kg pack for up to 5 hours on steep terrain and be comfortable with basic rock scrambling and steep tracks
details: Individual transport arrangements - Carpooling is recommended.  
what is included? Accompanying WWOT Coach, Morning Tea, First aid, NPWS entry fees, insurance.

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Food, transfers, gear advice and discounts, WWOT coach. For full details of inclusions and benefits, check out the itinerary. 

Fitness requirements

Moderate.This adventure involves trekking for a full day over 27km at a steady pace. You will need a good level of fitness and must be in good health. Be prepared for potential variable weather conditions.


Maryanne Spiers.  



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