Approximately 17km / 4-5.5 hours walk
Starts at Bundeena any time after 10.00 am. Transfers from Bundeena train station to the walk start point or Sydney airport (additional cost). Depart on Beachcomber Rd service to the Bundeena Lookout, which provides a great view off the escarpment to the South Pacific Ocean, then onto Marley Beach. The track will then take you to Curracurrang Cove where middens and rock shelters provide evidence that Dharawal aboriginal people lived in area up to 7500 years ago. The walking trail then continues past Eagles Rock Lookout and onto the Marley Beach.
Accommodation: Stanwell Tops Meals: Dinner
Approximately 12km / 3-4 hours walk
From Garie Beach the track goes past Burning Palms Beach and onto Figure Eight Pools where a number of circular sinkholes in the sandstone have joined over time to form a figure '8' shape pool (sometime in accessible due to tides). The track then passes The Squeeze Way, a narrow track termed the Palm Jungle and the Otford Lookout through to the pickup point near Otford.
A stop off at the old Helensburgh station glow worm tunnels will be completed prior to arrival at the accommodation.
Accommodation: Stanwell Tops
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Approximately 14km / 4-5 hours walk
It is not often that a bush walk is started from a narrow railway platform, however, the Wodi-Wodi track, which is named after the aboriginal people who lived on the Illawarra coast line, does just that. This track traverses the Stanwell Creek valley through blackbutt forests, rainforest gullies, the escarpment, beaches, village back streets and close to an eight-arch railway viaduct which is an engineering landmark. The Wodi-Wodi track that continues into the Illawarra Escarpment trail which has a number of picturesque lookout, prior to arriving at the beautiful Sublime Point lookout.
Accommodation: North Wollongong
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Full transport to and from all these locations will be provided.