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Top 10 Walking Tracks in Palm Beach, New South Wales, Australia.

This is our pick of the Top 10 Walking Tracks in Palm Beach, New South Wales, Australia.

Another West Head Loop

Another West Head Loop

Tour started: 7 Oct 2019 at 2:21 pm. Total distance: 26.9 km. Duration: 1 hours and 38 minutes.

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Around Palm Beach

Around Palm Beach

Lots of fabulous views and opportunities for swimming and sun bathing ... obviously we would advise against anything so dangerous.

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A new West Head loop.

A new West Head loop.

Tour started: 9 May 2019 at 2:10 pm. Total distance: 10.1 km. Duration: 2 hours and 35 minutes.

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Palm Beach to Avalon

Palm Beach to Avalon

Two hours including lunch.

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West Head to Great Mackerel Beach

West Head to Great Mackerel Beach

This walk incorporates the famous West Head loop track with a side trip to Great Mackerel Beach, for a spot of lunch and a swim.

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Towlers Bay Tour

Towlers Bay Tour

This is an easy but steep walk down to the water and back. Excellent opportunity for a swim in the creek.

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Wandering around Whale Beach

Wandering around Whale Beach

This is a walk with the works. Starts with some reckless rock-hopping, then some fabulous views from the cliff-top followed by a coffee on the beach.

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Soldiers Point Trail - Kuringai Chase

Soldiers Point Trail - Kuringai Chase

This is a fairly flat walk with some great views at the end. Not as good as the Bairne Track but good for a change.

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Whale Beach to Palm Beach Circuit

Whale Beach to Palm Beach Circuit

This is a great walk but it MUST be done at LOW TIDE! There is no way through unless it is absolutely low tide without too much surf. Don`t kill yourself trying to get around at any other time. The start involves quite a lot of rock hopping, some rocks are very slippery.

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Palm beach - Whale Beach Loop

Palm beach - Whale Beach Loop

This is a great loop around the area, but you need a low tide to get around on the coastal section. Don`t risk it at anything other than low tide on a day with a calm sea. Or you`ll get very wet or even very drowned.

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