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The Sand track walk (south) starts from the southern end of the Beach Road picnic area, and takes you through forested hind dunes running parallel to the beach.
Easy enough for the whole family, this level walk wanders among the forest of majestic tall blackbutt trees, a reminder of the forests that were widespread along the coast until 200 years ago. There are also patches of rare bangalay sand forest and littoral rainforest along the way.
After a short time, you'll emerge at the middle of Seven Mile Beach, halfway between Gerroa and Shoalhaven Heads. Here, you can admire the golden stretch of beach stretching out in both directions. Enjoy a swim here before retracing your step or and wander back along the beach, enjoying the sea breeze before sitting down for a picnic at Beach Road picnic area.
About the region
Seven Mile Beach National Park in the South Coast region
Seven Mile Beach National Park is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.
Sand track walk (south) starts at Beach Road picnic area in the central precinct of Seven Mile Beach National Park. To get there:From Sydney or Wollongong:Turn off the Princes Highway to Gerringong and drive south through GerroaTurn left into Beach Road, about 4km south of the bridgeFollow Beach Road to the end.From Nowra:Turn off the Princes Highway at Bolong Road, BomaderryFollow Bolong Road which becomes Gerroa RoadTurn right into Beach Road and follow to the end.The track begins at the southern end of the picnic area, where you'll see a small sign at the edge of the bush. Parking Parking is available at Beach Road picnic area, including a designated disabled spot. Bus parking is available but no designated bus spots.
Remember to take your binoculars if you want to birdwatch or whale watch.
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.