The Murramarang South Coast Walk is a new, 35-kilometre multi-day walking trail on the stunning South Coast of New South Wales.
The walk starts at Pretty Beach and traverses the spectacular coastline of Murramarang National Park, connecting the coastal villages of Depot Beach, Durras and Maloneys Beach.
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What to expect
The walk delivers an immersive visitor experience in one of the most stunning stretches of coastline in New South Wales. The natural landscapes, vegetation and wildlife combine with ancient rock formations and ocean vistas to create many memorable moments for walkers.
You can complete the walk over 3 easy days either as self-guided or via commercial tour operators or tackle shorter sections of track in any direction.
Starting just north of Batemans Bay at Pretty Beach, the walk has overnight stops at a choice of 5 beachside campgrounds within Murramarang National Park.
Or for those who prefer not to camp, there are fantastic NPWS-owned beach side cabins at Pretty, Pebbly and Depot Beaches, as well as local accommodation options in coastal villages along the route.
Inspired by local bushwalkers, the walk promotes the culture and heritage of the region with new cultural interpretations.