Murramarang Aboriginal Area Walking Track

Give yourself a couple of hours to immerse yourself in the surroundings on the 2.2 kilometre Murramarang Aboriginal Area walking track along the coastline. Interpretive signs offer insight into some of the most culturally significant Aboriginal sites along the track. The beginning of the walk is along a sand track from the carpark, and the undeveloped location is very evocative, making it easier to imagine how the landscape would have looked thousands of years ago when large numbers of Aboriginal people lived here.

As well as the cultural significance, the walk offers incredible coastal views, including clear views to Brush Island . You might see kangaroos grazing on the grassland or sea eagles soaring overhead as you’re ambling along. Don’t forget your swimmers either – when the weather is warm, you’ll definitely want to go for a splash in the waves.

Nearby events

  1. The Murramarang Community Market

    Sunday 20 January 2019 to Sunday 13 October 2019 , Bawley Point

    Shop to your heart's delight at the Murramarang Markets. Located at the Kioloa Community Hall, you'll enjoy strolling among the gum trees and perusing the stalls. There will be a wide selection of fresh produce and handmade goodies, books,…

    20 Jan - 13 Oct
  2. Aussie Cowboys Bring the Bush to Bawley Point

    Friday 25 January 2019 to Saturday 26 January 2019 , Bawley Point

    For the first time ever, Willinga park is opening its doors on Australia Day weekend! Catch the Rooftop Express at 7pm, as they perform their Brand new Brumby Muster, an action-packed show that takes Horse and Cattle play to a new level,…

    25 Jan - 26 Jan
  3. Dressage by the Sea

    Thursday 21 February 2019 to Saturday 02 March 2019 , Bawley Point

    Now in its third year, Dressage by the Sea 2019 will be hosted on the grounds of Willinga Park, a world-class equestrian centre set on 2000 acres of the NSW South Coast in the seaside town of Bawley Point. It’s been called the best…

    21 Feb - 02 Mar