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Royal National Park Accommodation

Come for a walk in Royal National Park, they said. It’ll be easy, they said. Wedding Cake Rock, Figure 8 Pools, and more! Then they lump you with the task of planning where to stay near Royal National Park, and the questions start: “am I looking for Bundeena accommodation”, “where are all the hotels”, “hmm […]

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Karloo Pools Track Walk Royal National Park

Karloo Pools

Karloo Pools is an oasis in the bush and one of the best natural swimming holes Sydney has to offer. They are a group of natural rock pools a short walk east of Heathcote Train Station in Royal National Park, Sydney. Karloo Pool, the main pool, is around 20m long and 10m wide, with a […]

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Where to Stay in Sydney to Walk

Thinking about which of the city’s best walks you’ll do will determine where to stay in Sydney. If you’ll be doing other things during your stay, it doesn’t really matter where you stay as it’s fairly easy to get around… but if you only have a short time in Sydney and like the sound of […]

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Best Royal National Park Walks

There are so many bush walks in Royal National Park that it can be hard to know where to begin. Sure, you’ve probably heard of The Coast Track, so let’s explore more of the best walks in Royal National Park. But first, a story… About Royal National Park Once upon a time, a long long […]

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Spit Bridge to manly walk

Spit Bridge to Manly Walk

Explore one of Sydney Harbour’s most beautiful walking tracks, the Spit Bridge to Manly Walk, otherwise known as the Manly Scenic Walkway. The route hugs the coastline, offering expansive harbour views while juxtaposing harbour-side homes with Aboriginal sites. Finishing at one of Sydney’s most loved beaches, this is the walk to insist on for visitors, […]

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Ideas for 24 Hours in Sydney’s Outdoors

As born and bred locals, we want to help you scratch the city’s surface to discover a whole other side: that of towering gum trees, dramatic sandstone cliffs and secret bush enclaves. Depending how long your stay is, even six of the best walks might be stretching it a bit, so here are some tips […]

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Camping Gear for Sale

Want to go hiking or camping but lacking a few essentials? Grab a bargain with ex-hire, used camping gear for sale and as-new or used bushwalking clothing. Our rental camping equipment was top-notch but we no longer offer this service so don’t need the gear anymore. We also have a bunch of ex-uniforms for sale from guiding […]

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Sydney Walking Events 2018 and 2019

Here is definitive list of Sydney walking events 2018. It’s an event calendar of challenge walks in Sydney and surrounds, including Wollongong and the Central Coast. Whilst all are challenging, some are true long distance charity walks, with a few 50km or 100km walks for charity. We update this walking events calendar throughout the year, […]

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Aerial view of Clifton Gardens on the Manly to Bondi Walk

Manly to Bondi Walk

The Manly to Bondi walk is the harbour section of Sydney’s Great Coastal Walk. It’s between the Palm Beach to Manly Walk and the Bondi to Coogee Walk, and is smack bang in the middle of Sydney’s coastal walks. You could do this in the opposite direction as a Bondi to Manly walk, but if […]

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Palm Beach to Manly or Barrenjoey to North Head

Palm Beach to Manly Walk

The Palm Beach to Manly Walk is a 50km coastal walk traversing Sydney’s entire northern coastline. It’s part of Sydney’s Great Coastal Walk. Start with the Barrenjoey Lighthouse Walk to Sydney’s northernmost point. It’s well worth the short, steep climb for the 360 degree views of Palm Beach, Pittwater and north over the Hawkesbury to […]

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