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Carrol (Sydney Coast Walks guide) checks out Eagle Rock - Royal National Park - NSW by neil_fahey, via Flickr

Carrol (Sydney Coast Walks guide) checks out Eagle Rock - Royal National Park - NSW by neil_fahey, via Flickr

Sunrise, Wattamolla Beach, Royal National Park NSW.

Sunrise, Wattamolla Beach, Royal National Park NSW.

Depending on tides, sections of the walk can be taken along the rocky shoreline - Royal National Park - NSW by neil_fahey, via Flickr

Depending on tides, sections of the walk can be taken along the rocky shoreline - Royal National Park - NSW by neil_fahey, via Flickr

Whale watching from near Jibbon headland in Royal National Park. Only way to get here is to walk, and it's worth it

Whale watching from near Jibbon headland in Royal National Park. Only way to get here is to walk, and it's worth it

The many colours of Hawkesbury Sandstone that make up most of the coastline serve only to make the views more delightful - Royal National Park by neil_fahey, via Flickr

The many colours of Hawkesbury Sandstone that make up most of the coastline serve only to make the views more delightful - Royal National Park by neil_fahey, via Flickr

Wattamolla Beach, Royal National Park, Sydney, Australia ~ Photo by Rodney Campbell

Wattamolla Beach, Royal National Park, Sydney, Australia ~ Photo by Rodney Campbell

Royal National Park, Sydney. Near Burning Palms Beach - the Figure 8 Rock Pools

Royal National Park, Sydney. Near Burning Palms Beach - the Figure 8 Rock Pools

"The Royal National Park, Australia’s oldest National Park is situated only an hour south of Sydney. The park’s diversity is in its coastal cliffs surrounded by sandy beaches and mountainous sandstone ridges with deep river valleys that are home to a mixture of Eucalyptus woodlands & temperate rainforest. If your timing is right, consider a Moonwalk in the park."

"The Royal National Park, Australia’s oldest National Park is situated only an hour south of Sydney. The park’s diversity is in its coastal cliffs surrounded by sandy beaches and mountainous sandstone ridges with deep river valleys that are home to a mixture of Eucalyptus woodlands & temperate rainforest. If your timing is right, consider a Moonwalk in the park."

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