Curra Moors

Royal National Park

If you long for a challenging walk to clear the head and work the body, the Curra Moors loop track through the eastern section of Royal National Park is just the ticket. The bush meets the sea with dramatic sandstone cliffs and spectacular coastal views, so there are plenty of scenic views.

The track will lead you through woodlands of scribbly gums and angophoras before opening up to heathland. If you like birdwatching, be sure to look for the nectar loving lewins honey eater and the eastern spinebill. If you’re here in spring, the wildflowers, in particular the hakeas, are the ultimate in aroma therapy.

Stop for a break at the spectacular Curracurrong waterfall, or take the short detour north to Eagle Rock. Keep an eye out for whales, in season, as you follow the coastal track south to Garie North Head. Stop for a picnic lunch and soak up the spectacular panoramic views.

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Getting there

Drive to Curra Moors carpark on Sir Bertram Stevens Drive, Royal National Park NSW.


9129-4S Otford (1:25K) 

Route/Trail notes

The walk is well signed, see attached GPS or reference links for further guidance.


$12 per vehicle per day; free for NSW National Parks annual pass holders

Other References


GPS Tracks


Start of the walk was very muddy (even after a fairly light rain) but once you enter the circuit it's much more comfortable. Amazing views to be seen along the coast section. Make sure you don't miss the view of Eagle Rock and Curracurrong Waterfall pouring directly into the ocean :-)

rob.bushman on 24 Apr, 2016


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