Wattamolla Beach and Lagoon

Wattamolla Beach and Lagoon

Posted 2013-12-13 by Ameliafollow
[ADVERT]The located in the Royal National Park south of Sydney is an exciting blend of environments and would appeal to those who get bored of the same old.

What can you do at this site?

  • Have a picnic on the tables, use the barbeque facilities (there are public toilets).

  • Swim in either the salt water of the beach



  • or the freshwater of the lagoon.



  • Rock jumping from either the cliff

  • Such fun for big kids

    or be adventurous and find your own.



  • Soak up nature and go for a walk



  • And of course, the usual chill out activites such as reading in the shade, sunbaking and outdoor sports.

    Doing what us Aussies do best at the beach.


    Things to take be wary of

    This beach is not patrolled by Surf Life Saving Australia.

    Pay attention to signage at beaches.


    If you are not a swimmer, please follow the link to learn more about staying safe when swimming at Australian beaches.

    There are also many steps along the 5min (normal paced) walk to and from the carpark.

    Steps.


    Steeper steps.


    What to bring?

  • Sunscreen
  • A beach umbrella
  • An esky with food supplies and drinks (there is no canteen or shop for many kms)

  • How to get here

    A car or motorbike is needed to get to this destination. Note there is a fee. Parking is also limited at peak times such as Summer weekends, approx. 50 spots.

    Where: , Royal National Park NSW
    Cost: $11 per vehicle (entry fee into the National Park)

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    #beach
    #lagoon
    #cliff

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