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All reviews worth the effort amazing views great walk metal walkways fitness levels walk up catch your breath walking track great workout many times all ages national park great place nelson bay steps summit lookout
It was a nice bushwalk experience for us.
It is just nice for us, not too high, not too steep。。。 readily available track and path.suitable for family ,older adults and people with sedentry lifestyle like me.
The scenary is great too. A few nice spot...More
What an amazing view from the top. The walk up is hard but the views along the way and seats to rest on make it a pleasurable activity. Best not to do it in the heat of the day in Summer as it can be...More
Tomaree National Park is one the our favourite places when in Port Stephens area.
It offers a myriad of places to explore and the trails and walks are incredible.
It would be a must to visit for those that would like to recreate and discover...More
Put this on your itinerary when planning your trip to Port Stephens. This walk is a must do. I did the walk with my 7mth old baby strapped to me, was a bit of and incline when walking up the steps but definitely achievable. i...More
Wow! I've been to the Bay so many times yet never done this walk before. Well worth the effort. The views are spectacular and so much to look at. If you time your visit, you will see the whales 🐳 heading along the coast and...More
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I don't think this is the sort of walk to take your dog. There are many steps some are metal and some of the path is a metal see thru path. Not something most dogs would be comfortable walking on. This website has no dog as... More
I don't think this is the sort of walk to take your dog. There are many steps some are metal and some of the path is a metal see thru path. Not something most dogs would be comfortable walking on. This website has no dog as most national parks don't allow animals. nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/walking-tracks/tomaree-head-summit-walk/visitor-info#track-difficulty