Bangalley Headland

New South Wales
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A relatively hard walk, 45 leisurely minutes return on a loop track. The headland is the highest point on Sydney's northern coastline, and offers spectacular views south to Sydney and north to Broken Bay and the central coast.
Bangalley Head is one of the largest bushland reserves on Pittwater's coastline. This large size together with the great variety of native plants, makes the reserve an ideal home for an abundant variety of native wildlife.

No Dogs Permitted
Coastal

Getting there

Corner of North Avalon Rd and Marine Pd AVALON.  You will see a path with signage heading towards the beach. 

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Route/Trail notes

Upon arrival you'll be in a park.  Head up the slope, north towards head.  You will see signage along the way.

Permits/Costs

NIL

Other References

http://www.manlyaustralia.com.au/info/thingstodo/walks/pittwater-bushwalking-tracks-and-guide/

http://www.pittwater.nsw.gov.au/environment/bushland/maps/bicentennial_coastal_walkway/bangalley_headland_walking_track_aerial

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Comments

Great views from the top. Not sure why signage and some comments on other sites say this is a hard walk. I found it quite easy.

rob.bushman on 7 Mar, 2015

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