Murramarang Coast Walk - South Coast NSW, departs Sydney (Five day package)
The South Coast NSW National Park of Murramarang boats some of the best Australian Beaches and showcases amazing temperate forest, wildlife at every turn and a quite almost undiscovered atmosphere, making for an amazing place to enjoy.
Throughout this five day journey you will experience the Parks highlights on the Murramarang Coast Walk.
Walk the magnificent coastal trails without your pack and enjoy comfortable beachfront villas each night. The park boasts great beaches dotted with rainforest, expansive coastal views and great spots to enjoy lunch and a swim.
This tour also gives visitors the opportunity to enjoy optional Kayak sections of the park visiting ancient geological features, quiet coves, round the islands and experience remote beaches.
Snorkel and try your hand at collecting coastal seafood for your evening feast!
The tour is suitable for local and international travellers. The guide team can tailor the intensity of the chosen routes to match the groups ability and desire, including options for kids.
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