Wilderness Walks, step out on an ancient coastline
Short and multi day walks are most suited to spring and autumn, summer walks are best planned around places to swim and dive while in winter you can explore crystal clear views from snow-free peaks.
Think of flowering gums and bush orchids, the swagger of a leathery goanna, the clever mimicry of the Lyre Bird and the quiet curiosity of a wallaby and her joey.
The Aboriginal people keep to the rhythms of this Yuin nation and you can discover how they lived along the coast, harvesting from the ocean and the land as you trace their footsteps at special sites in our parks.
- Light to Light Walk from Boyd’s Tower to Green Cape Light Station in southern Ben Boyd National Park. (31km one way). Walk with Light to Light Camps.
- Haycock to Barmouth Beach at Pambula River Mouth in northern Ben Boyd National Park. (4.8km return)
- Mount Imlay Summit Walking Track Mount Imlay National Park. (6km return)
- Goodenia Rainforest Walk near Pambula. (1.2km return)
- Pinnacles Loop Walk in northern Ben Boyd National Park.(1km loop)
- Kangarutha Walk from Wallagoot in Bournda National Park to Kianinny Bay at Tathra (9km one way)
To view an individual point of interest, click on a marker below and select 'more info'. From there you can step through the trail one point at a time. Download links for GPS devices and Google Earth can be found below.
If your GPS requires a specific format for map data, download the GPX file above and use an online converter such as GPS Visualiser to convert to a format appropriate for your GPS. Select 'Waypoints' as the type of GPS data you would like to convert.