Bouddi Coastal Walk

New South Wales
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The Bouddi Coastal Walk is a relatively easy walk and is well worth a visit as it is one of the most picturesque walks on the Central Coast. Enjoy fantastic views along the coast, see amazing rock formations, enjoy the vast variety of plant communities and explore pristine beaches.

Lookouts
Swimming
Picnic Facilities
BBQ
Toilets
No Dogs Permitted
Coastal
450m
Total Climb

Getting there

Start from either end:
- End of Macmaster Parade, MACMASTERS BEACH NSW
- Putty Beach Campground, end of Putty Beach, KILLCARE HEIGHTS NSW

Maps

Broken Bay topographic map (NSW 9130-1N)  - not essential as track well sign-posted.

Route/Trail notes

See reference links or attached GPS file for further direction

Permits/Costs

If you park at the Putty Beach Campground you will need to pay $8 per vehicle.  There is no fee to park at the other end. 

Other References

http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/walking-tracks/bouddi-coastal-walk

http://www.wildwalks.com/bushwalking-and-hiking-in-nsw/bouddi-national-park/bouddi-coastal-walk.html

https://hikingtheworld.blog/2017/11/09/bouddi-coastal-walk/

Comments

One of the best walks around Sydney... spectacular views of the coast and great swimming beaches. There are some variations you can do to avoid "back tracking" if you are doing this as a return walk.
https://hikingtheworld.blog/2017/11/09/bouddi-coastal-walk/

Oliver Descoeudres on 9 Nov, 2017

One of the first walks I ever completed. Started at Macmasters beach. Maitland Bay is a piece of paradise, easily accessible from Sydney. A must-do!

Samuel Armstrong on Dec, 2016

Not too much to see on the first half of the walk (starting from the Macmasters Beach / east end) but the second half has some spectacular views. Photography wise it would be better to do this one early morning or on a summers day. Too late in the afternoon is difficult to get good shots as the cliffs cast large shadows over the views.

rob.bushman on 25 Jun, 2016

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