Sunday 7 July started with thick fog blanketing much of Sydney. However, that didn’t deter 24 keen walkers from heading to Wattamolla in the Royal National Park for the July bush walk.
A beautiful clear sky revealed itself by the time the group commenced walking at 10.15 am heading north for Marley Beach. Just about half of the walkway is on constructed platform allowing easy walking. The group stopped on the cliff tops for morning tea and for the balance of the cliff top walk to Marley we experienced viewing of countless whales as they headed north. Some breached, while others splashed tails or simply blew spray into the air.
Lunch was taken on the rocks nearby Marley Beach overlooking enthusiastic surfers catching tubing noisy waves.
The return journey back allowed more whale watching and viewing of the spectacular coastal scenery. Overall it was a great day which we all thoroughly enjoyed.