This walk runs along the shoreline from Bateau Bay to Forresters Beach in the southern section of Wyrrabalong National Park. The walk is very exposed to the ocean and should not be done at high tide or during rough seas. Much of the shoreline is strewn with boulders which makes the walking harder but makes the scenery more interesting. The shapes and textures of the boulders combined with the steep hills and low cliffs of the coastline plus the uninterrupted ocean views combine to give quite dramatic scenery and atmosphere for the walk. Consider making a loop walk by returning on the Wyrrabalong Coast Walking Track.