AN ADVENTURER’S GUIDE TO THE ROYAL NATIONAL PARK, SYDNEY

ADVENTURESS ON THE RUN

“I FELT MY LUNGS INFLATE WITH THE RUSH OF SCENERY – AIR, MOUNTAINS, TREES, PEOPLE. I THOUGHT, THIS IS WHAT IT IS TO BE HAPPY” – SYLVIA PLATH

The Royal National Park, located just south of Sydney, offers some of the most spectacular coastal views in Australia stretching almost 30KM from Otford to Bundeena. It’s a popular spot among locals and travelers for camping, bushwalking, trail running and swimming.

To park inside the National Park, there is a fee of $12 per car, per day (this excludes camping fees). However, there is limited free street parking available in Otford and Bundeena outside the National Park.

I’ve broken the park into 3 sections of about 7-10KM each as it is hard to do the entire park in one day (unless you’re planning to run it!). Each section will most likely take 2 hours (allowing for photo…

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