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Pretty Beach to Snapper Point walking track is a 1km, grade 3 Return hike located in the Murramarang National Park, NSW. The hike should take approximately 45mins to complete.
The whole family will love this short and easy walk from Pretty Beach picnic area around the northern tip of Murramarang National Park. Pretty Beach to Snapper Point walking track follows the headland to Snapper Point lookout with brilliant views of the dramatic coastline.
From the grassy slopes of the Pretty Beach, follow the northern track through forests of she-oaks, where you might catch a glimpse of a swamp wallaby or a foraging lyrebird. The lookout is a great spot for whale watching in autumn and spring. Birdwatching is spectacular along the coastline as Gannets, sooty oystercatchers, and even peregrine falcons are seen in these parts.
After you’ve had your fill of sweeping views and fresh air, make your way back along the track or head down to Merry Beach and make your way back via the nearby campground. If you’re tempted to spend a weekend, why not spend a night at Pretty Beach cabins?
About the Region
Murramarang National Park in the South Coast region
Murramarang National Park is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.
To Pretty Beach carpark. From Princes Highway at Termeil, take the Bawley Point/Kioloa turn off along (sealed) Murramarang Road. Past Kioloa follow the signs to Pretty Beach. There is 300m of unsealed road. Park entry points Pretty Beach carpark See on map Road quality Check the weather before you set out as the road to Pretty Beach to Snapper Point walking track can become boggy when it rains. Parking Parking is available at Pretty Beach picnic area.
Visit NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service for more information on this trail.
The longitude and latitude of the start and end points are approximately only and should not be used for navigation purposes. Please contact me if you know the correct coordinates.