There are a variety of ways to get to the Royal National Park. By car, there are park entrances at Loftus (the main one), Waterfall and Otford. The Loftus entrance is reached by taking the Princes Highway south toward Wollongong, and taking the signposted turnoff. By train, Loftus, Engadine, Heathcote, Waterfall and Otford stations all lie on the western edge of the park. Alternatively, catch the train or drive to Cronulla and then take the ferry from Cronulla to Bundeena, on the park's northern edge.
There are a number of spots for flat water kayaking in the park. These include on the Hacking River, Kangaroo Creek, South West Arm and Cabbage Tree Basin near Bonnie Vale.
Time: 2 days Distance: 26km Fitness: M Skill: E Ascent: 240m
Panoramic coastal views and great beach walking on this popular walk in the Royal National Park. Can be done in a day.