Bulgo Beach Track in the Royal National Park

The Bulgo beach track is a awesome and a relatively easy hike in the National Park. Off Lady Wakehurst Drive just south of the Royal National Park in NSW. It’s about a 2 hour return trip from the road and much easier than the Burning Palms and Figure 8 pool track that is just to the north of Bulgo which can take up to 4 hours.

The entrance to the track can be tricky to find, but its just to the left of the Otford bakery on the other side of the road.

It’s a bit on a windey track but as you emerge through the trees to the open beach side it’s definitely an amazing view of the ocean and the old beach shacks the are on the coastline of Bulgo Beach. There’s plenty to explore with a mixture of clifftop views of the ocean on the high side and on ground level with the beach and the shacks. It’s definitely worth the trek and it’s one of the more interesting tracks in the Royal National Park.

Til next time!


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