Werrong Beach

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Australia's first national park/beach
Approximately 40 km south of Sydney near Stanwell Park is Werrong Beach, set in the Royal National Park. Gazetted in 1879, this was Australia's first National Park and only the second in the world. From Sydney take the Princes Highway south to the F6 Freeway, and follow the signs toward Stanwell Park until you turn left to Otford Lookout. Go past the Royal National Park sign and park beyond the shop. From here walk up the good path to the Werrong Beach and Burning Palms Clifftop Walk. The path then descends steeply to Werrong Beach. A beautiful and isolated spot.


    • RobR
      RobR Over a year ago
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      Beautiful beach
      Today was our first time at Werrong beach. After a 30 min steep walk through the bush, we arrived a this secluded spot. The views were amazing, the sea was great for a swim and the crowd was very sexy..... Luved it!

    • RodSydney
      RodSydney Over a year ago
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      Beautiful clothing optional beach
      It may be a trek to get to this beach down the escarpment through the forest but the journey as so worth it. An isolated beach with a lovely back drop and crystal clear water.