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Kurnell to Cape Baily Walk

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Very good

I love walking near beach but also I love walking over rocks .I did rock walk many many times near... read more

Reviewed 13 September 2015
Zlata B
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Sydney, Australia
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Kurnell, Birthplace of the modern Australia

Low-key walk past some historic monuments. (first km is wheelchair friendly). Firstly, see where... read more

Reviewed 24 December 2014
Bj E
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Greater Sydney, Australia
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“This could be so much more!”
13 Sep 2015
“Very good ”
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Start at the Monument Track, Captain Cook Drive, Sydney, New South Wales 2004, Australia
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Reviewed 12 January 2017

Its a great walk soaked in history with a swim at silver Beach and a couple of great nearby cafes but surely the National Parks and the state government could put their head together with Shire council and make this one of the iconic tourist...More

2  Thank grahamcrew2016
Reviewed 13 September 2015 via mobile

I love walking near beach but also I love walking over rocks .I did rock walk many many times near coastal area and to me more or less all are the same or similar.Its good to be out on fresh air and listen the sound...More

1  Thank Zlata B
Reviewed 24 December 2014

Low-key walk past some historic monuments. (first km is wheelchair friendly). Firstly, see where the first "European" fresh water well was dug, then an obilisk monument to Captain Cook's landing spot, also notice the small monument on the little rocky island - this is where...More

1  Thank Bj E
Reviewed 11 May 2014

Untouched natural beauty. Continue further around to Cape solander where there is brillant views of Bate Bay, the ocean and in whale watching platforms there to view the migrating whales at certain times of the year.

1  Thank Darceydog
Reviewed 4 April 2012

Not an awful lot to see except for bronze plaques and a view across the harbour, but we liked it because as the place where Capt Cook landed, there was such a sense of history about it. I like it that it remains relatively undeveloped...More

3  Thank womblewa
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