Broulee Island Walk
South Coast Kids believe there is something exciting and adventurous about exploring an island! The Broulee Island Walk is joined to the mainland by a permanent sandbar, so you can access it at any time. This is a 4 kilometre walk which can take around 2 hours, and if you’re lucky, you will get to see whales during spring! In addition, the kids will enjoy checking out the various native plants and trees, but a real highlight will no doubt be the pristine rock pools and ocean views – have your camera ready! Little ones will also delight in spotting the swift Fairy Wrens and majestic Sea Eagles in the area. What beautiful place for a fun-filled family day.
Photo from www.visitnsw.com.au
Getting there: Travel to the main beach at Broulee. There is a carpark at the end of Harbour Drive. Then walk over the beach and across to the island.
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