Our 10 favourite walks around NSW

Cancer Council NSW

Looking for ways to increase your daily step count this new year why not immerse yourself in nature and take in those incredible views with a coastal walk? If you’re wondering where to go, we’ve got you covered with some of our favourite walks around NSW.

1. Manly to Spit Bridge Walk

You’ll get the perfect mix of the harbour, bushland and ocean views, along with ancient Aboriginal rock engravings and stunning mansions. The walk is 10km one way and takes around three to four hours to complete.

2. Murramarang South Coast Walk

The Murramarang South Coast Walk is a 34km walk, a brilliant way to fully immerse yourself in the South Coast’s best kept secret. The walk starts at Pretty Beach, south of Ulladulla and weaves along the incredible coastline ending at Maloneys Beach near Batemans Bay.

3. Grand Canyon, Blackheath

You can bask in the mesmerising views with a hike in one of Australia’s oldest bushwalking tracks, Grand Canyon track near Blackheath in the Blue Mountains. This walk is a 6.3km loop which takes about three to four hours.

4. Bouddi Coastal Walk

The 8km Bouddi Coastal Walk runs from Putty Beach to MacMasters Beach and is characterised by the picturesque views of the beaches, clifftops and rainforests. The walk generally takes about 4.5 hours to do a return trip, with the option to break the walk into shorter sections.

5. Bondi to Coogee Walk

The 6km track starting at Bondi and ending at Coogee, has sweeping vistas of the beaches including sandstones cliffs, rock pools, parks and you might even spot some dolphins along the way.

6. Coastal Track, Royal National Park

The Coastal Track in the Royal National Park is 26km one way and passes through Instagram worthy spots like Wedding Cake Rock and Figure 8 Pools, along with plenty of spots for whale watching.

7. Yuraygir Coastal Walk

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