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Bicentennial Coastal Walk

Tackle the headlands from Palm Beach to Manly.
By Avril Treasure
April 01, 2021
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By Avril Treasure
April 01, 2021
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Beginning in Narrabeen and finishing up at Queenscliff Beach (or vice versa) the Bicentennial Coastal Walk is a 10km trek encompassing the northern beaches' awe-inspiring views of sweeping beaches, lagoons, headlands and rock pools. The well-formed track also includes steps and some sections of beach walking.

Highlights along the coastal walk include the Collaroy War Memorial, Long Reef Wildlife Protection Area, Dee Why Headland and the Duke Kahanamoku Statue and Memorial Park in Freshwater — the place where Duke first introduced surfing to Australia back in 1914.

A perfect half-day walk, the Bicentennial Coastal Walk will take you about five hours one way — or twice as long if you plan to return on foot.

Images: Mel Koutchavlis

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