Place: Boudi National Park
Where: New South Wales Central Coast
Sydney and New South Wales have so many spectacular coastal and seaside walks – whether it’s the iconic Bondi to Bronte walk, the Spit to Many walk, or the Seacliff Bridge, we truly are spoilt for options.
One we haven’t done before is the Bouddi National Park coastal walk. Setting off from a little beach called Putty Beach near Killcare, the walk heads along the beach and clifftops, taking in amazing views of the coastline. I imagine it would have been even more spectacular just a week earlier when there was rough seas, or even a few months earlier when whales were migrating up the coast.
It takes you through bush tracks and to beaches. We ended up at Maitland Bay which was about four kilometres along the boardwalk and track.