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Wattamolla to Curracurrang self-guided audio tour

Royal National Park

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Take a self-guided audio tour from Wattamolla Beach to the glorious oasis of Curracurrang and discover the wildlife that call this place home. As you walk, keep your eyes peeled for the places where animals scamper, flutter and swim in this rugged landscape.

Time suggested
Hard. This 7-stop tour takes place on a Grade 5 walking track.
Entry fees
Park entry fees apply
What to
Mobile phone, headphones, drinking water, hat, sunscreen, snacks
Please note

It's a good idea to download the app and tour before your visit, because there is no mobile reception in this part of the park.

Part of Dharawal Country, this section of The Coast track in Royal National Park is a great place for wildlife encounters.

Plug in your headphones and listen as Discovery Ranger Jess Fox shares her knowledge of the creatures you may meet as you walk along this rugged stretch of coastline.

Download the tour before you go

Before your visit, download the free NSW National Parks mobile app.

Download on the App Store  Get it on Google Play

  • Search for Royal National Park in the app
  • Go to the Immersive Story section and click 'Start story' to download the tour.
Wattamolla Beach and picnic area, Royal National Park. Photo: Kevin McGrath/OEH
Wattamolla Beach and picnic area, Royal National Park. Photo: Kevin McGrath/OEH

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

This tour takes you past

  • Aerial view Wattamolla picnic area, Royal National Park. Photo: Andrew Elliot © DPE

    Wattamolla picnic area

    The coastal Wattamolla picnic area at Royal National Park is a popular family spot for swimming, fishing, snorkelling and bushwalking.

  • The Coast track, Royal National Park. Photo: David Finnegan © OEH

    The Coast track

    The Coast track in Sydney's Royal National Park is an epic multi-day walk between Bundeena and Otford. Enjoy incredible coastal lookouts, swimming spots, seasonal wildflowers and whale watching along this challenging 26km track.