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Three Views Walk – Kangaroo Valley

 The Morton National Park is a humungous 500,000 acres in size and stretches all the way from the southern edges of Sydney to Ulladulla on the south coast. The most famous landmark in...

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Target Beach

Could it be true – a perfect little surfing beach tucked away within an active military weapons range? Of course it could, this is Australia after all! Target Beach is on the southern edge...

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The Kiama Coastal Path

The Kiama Coastal Path stretches from Minnamurra all the way down to Gerringong. However the nicest stretch is the section between Kiama and Gerringong, which only opened up to public access about eight years...

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Kiama to Gerringong Coastal Path

The Kiama Coastal Path is a great public track that runs alongside the rugged and scenic coastline between Kiama and Gerringong. It’s about 6km and enables you to view some of the stunning coastal...

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Steamers Beach

Down on the southern edge of the Booderee National Park is a jaw-droppingly rugged beach called Steamers. Framed by huge rocky headlands and backed by 130m dunes swept there by a massive tsunami 9,000...

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Belmore Falls

Part 1: I had a proper adventure as I attempted to get to the base of Belmore Falls in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales and nearly became a statistic. Part two of...

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The White Sands Walk

We headed down to Jervis Bay and enjoyed a stunning winter walk on the White Sands and Scribbly Gum bushtracks. We show you how to get there, what the walk’s like and how you...