Sydney Coast Track Two Day Hike and Camp

Outdoor Activities in Sydney

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• Hike through some of Australia’s most beautiful and untouched coastline • Explore one of the world’s first ever national parks  • Experience famous natural sights including Wedding Cake Rock  • See ancient Aboriginal rock engravings   • The perfect overnight adventure - no need to carry heavy packs as we will take transport back to the campsite • Learn everything you need to become an intrepid eco-friendly hiker in the Australian outdoors • Meet like-minded explorers wanting to make a difference • Learn from our passionate and experienced volunteer guides • All camping and safety equipment included • Transport and food included  • Small group sizes (max 10 people) • Whale watching • Help kids in need!
If meandering coastal paths, rugged cliff lines, and a night under the stars sounds like heaven to you, then this guided two-day adventure along the Coast Track to raise funds for UNICEF should be on your Sydney bucket list. The 26km hike from Bundeena to Otford follows the stunning coastline of the Royal National Park, an hour south of the city, and takes in famous natural sights such as Wedding Cake Rock. This is the perfect getaway for those wanting to get out of the city and truly experience everything the Australian great outdoors has to offer. First-time camper or hiker? No worries. This is an ideal overnight adventure. You won’t need to carry heavy packs, as we'll be getting transport back to our campsite at the end of day one. Our experienced guides are also there every step of the way, ready to show you how to become an intrepid, eco-friendly explorer.  All you need is a good level of fitness (the hike has some steeper sections on day two) and an attitude ready to embrace the unknown.  All camping equipment is provided free of charge, thanks to our generous supporters, and all the proceeds go to UNICEF, to support their mission to help children survive and thrive, from early childhood through adolescence.

What’s included

  • Overnight accommodation at campsite (in tents)
  • Local guide
  • Transport by private vehicle, plus ferry and train
  • Food (2 x L, D, B, snacks)
  • National Park Fees
  • All camping and safety equipment
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Snacks
  • Coffee and/or Tea
  • Alcoholic Beverages

What’s not included

  • Gratuities
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