Hikes & Walks in Royal National Park

Royal National Park (RNP) is a protected national park in New South Wales (NSW). It is just about 1 hour drive south of Sydney. It was the country’s first official national park. More information can be found at National Parks website.

Public transport

There are two ways to get to RNP depending on where the starting point of the walk is.

One way is to catch a Blue Mountains train from Central station and get down at Waterfall or Helensburgh stations.

The other way is to go to Cronulla from Central station and take a ferry to Bundeena. Note: Opal cannot be used on the ferry as it is a private ferry and they only accept cash.

More details and up-to-date information can be found on NSW Transport website.

Entry Fee

The park has an entry fee of AUD 12 per vehicle.

Guide | Eagle Rock (Royal National Park)

I was jumping with joy and excitement when I visited Eagle Rock. Imagine seeing a waterfall along the cliff with a rainbow? It is this place. The place is definitely surreal and breathtakingly beautiful. This is something one shouldn’t miss when in Royal National Park. I totally recommend this walk. How to get there? Public …

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Guide | Figure 8 natural pool (Royal National Park)

What are Figure 8 pools? Figure 8 pools are the natural pools in the shape of the number 8. They are located in Royal National Park near Burning Palms Beach. Royal National Park is a protected national park located south of Sydney in the state New South Wales of Australia. When to visit? The visit …

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