Royal National Park : Curra Moors Loop

A fairly easy walk of 10km from the bush to the sea and back. The word ‘Curra’ is aboriginal for water spring and if going clockwise around the loop this is what you will find about one third a way around the track. Trickling over the rocks, making it’s way to the open sea, the water flows forwards as if in an endless race for freedom. The wind whips up the overflow into a whirlwind of mist. Cheeky lizards get a little too friendly when you are eating lunch. And maybe, just maybe, if you’re lucky, you will see a brown snake lurking in the bushes.

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