Bush Walking Sydney's Royal National Park Coastal
Gwondana Photography Photograph Gallery One
|This walk starts at Wattamolla car park and heads north towards Port
Hacking, Bundeena and Cape Solander of Captain James Cook fame.
The first port of call is the headland south of Little Marley Beach followed by Marley Beach. After passing Marley Beach and climbing to the top of the headland one passes aboriginal roack carvings and a carving of a dogs head dated 1949. One of our party stated that the dog carving itself would become of historic value in the future.
Macarthur Bushwalkers whale watch on the 14th June 09 on the coastal walk south of Marley Beach RNP - Whale watch
|Following the track and looking north to Marley Beaches from rock formations above Wottamolla Beach|
|The sandstone formations were
originally sea bed over 220,000,000 years ago. Note the steel walk way
(top right) which is used
extensively on the coastal walk to protect track from erosion caused by walkers and the weather.
|The collapsed cliff face is
a common occurence in the "Royal" as the sandstone is cracked
by temperature changes and
water penetration over the years, seen from the lookout top right
|Fresh water from the bush crossing Marley beach into the bay|
|Looking south toward Marley, Little Marley Beach|
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