Well, we haven't been for many walks for a little while, so Ann and Jacqui and Joel took an easy option and decided to do the coastal walk in the Royal National Park on the southern edge of Sydney. RNP is the second oldest national park in the world (after Yellowstone) - pretty good vision by someone quite a while ago to do this. Aside from the obvious benefits, it stops Sydney growing indefinitely in all directions.
The walk starts at Bundeena, which is most easily reached by taking a ferry from Cronulla, and travels down the coast to Otford, over ~24 km. It is a full day affair (although you can also camp overnight along the way if you desire.
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