Sydney Coast Walks
Sydney Coast Walks provide guided group walking tours of national parks in and around Sydney. You’ll explore beautiful Sydney Harbour, secluded beaches and Aboriginal rock carvings on half-day and full-day tours or overnight hiking tours. Royal National Park Walks include the Marley Walking Tour and the Jibbon Headland Aboriginal Discovery Tour, where you’ll see rock carvings made during ceremonies a millennium ago.
The Royal National Park begins in Sydney's south and is among the world’s oldest national parks. On the Jibbon tour you’ll ride on a ferry across Port Hacking. You’ll examine sea shells, bones and stone tools dating back 7,000 years. The rock carvings include depictions of Gurrawul the Great Whale and Biame the Sky Spirit. An accredited ecotourism operator, Sydney Coast Walks also have guided walks on the harbour’s southern side, such as the Watsons Bay Walk and Bondi to Coogee Walk. On the northern side there’s the Bradleys Head Walk and the Spit to Manly Walk.
18 George Street - Sydney - 2000