We were awake early for Saturday morning soccer in Bomaderry - so we figured we might as well get out and enjoy the winter sunshine. We decided to walk from the opposite end of the Kiama coastline walk starting in Werri Beach (Gerringong)
Bryce found his road - and only 20 min from where we live!
We were aiming to complete part of the walk (our goal was just over 5 km return).
We passed some surfers on the way
Bryce and Liam had a fun time running ahead of us on the path
They tried to take some quick breaks while Chy-Anne and I caught up to them
We kept our eyes on the ocean as this is the coastal highway for humpback heading north
There were a few people on the trail...but mostly it felt like we had it all to ourselves
This is a small patch of rainforest - as that remains of a once abundant coastal rainforest area
We followed a path inside the small patch of rainforest -
for a moment you forgot you were even standing near the ocean cliffs
We made our way back towards Werri Beach - it ended up being just under an 8 km walk in total
Proper fish and chips at the Werri Beach Fish Shop - beautiful!
We drove home and followed signs in Gerroa towards the Kingsford Smith Lookout - we ended up in the Black Head Reserve for some more amazing views from the coast
(but still no whale spouts today!)
Coolangatta Mountain in the background (on the left)
A nice way to spend a sunny Saturday in Aussie Winter