Bangalley Head Walk
Bangalley Head Walk
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ladyluckrunamuck
Sydney, Australia174 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2020 • Family
It’s a beautiful bushwalk with amazing views to the city and the Central Coast. Wildflowers, bird life and a great spot to watch the Whale migration.
Written 31 January 2021
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mrdom
7,706 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2020 • Friends
Walked up from Avalon beach via North Avalon Road, then you get some steep grass then lots of stairs climbing to the top. Amazing views up and down the coast. Not much shade on the south side but lots of trees on the north side down to Whale Beach Road. Not many places to sit either, just rocks that are usually in the sun.
Written 27 August 2020
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JElliot32
New South Wales, Australia3,909 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2020 • Friends
Bangalley Head is between Whale Beach and Avalon and is the highest point on the northern beaches coastline. The terrain is steep and rugged, and the track fairly rough in parts so the ascent is a reasonably tough assignment. But it is well worth it - the views of the coastline, north and south, are sublime. All that said, it is probably not somewhere to take children, as at the top (and also along the way) you are standing close to the edge of sheer cliffs, without a railing within cooee. We incorporated the climb as part of a walk from Barranjoey to Bilgola, which can be readily done with no need to backtrack, entering the reserve from Whale Beach Road on the northern approach.
Written 13 July 2020
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travellerin0z
Sydney, Australia53 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
Plenty of parking on street at the bottom. Head through the small public access path to the lawn area and head north. The track winds its way through trees into open heath with Banksias, Flannel flowers, Grass trees and the occasional Burrawang. The top circuit is in open woodland. There are points where you can carefully approach the cliff edge for spectacular views (rather good for watching the whales migrate along the coast). There are no fences and up to about a 100m drop so keep small children under close supervision. Points along the trail offer spectacular ocean, coastal and district views. Take a camera.
Written 7 July 2020
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Conrad G
Sydney, Australia72 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019
The walk is scenic, and the views are spectacular, but other than the natural beauty available, there is very little else to speak of. The signage could be improved, and providing guidelines on distances would be very helpful.
Written 16 December 2019
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nick164
Sydney, Australia2,378 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019
We were visiting the most northern part of the Northern Beaches to visit Barranjoey Lighthouse, however were really glad we detoured to Bangalley Head. There's an enjoyable bushwalk (~45 mins), several vantage points and stunning views as far south as Bondi Junction.
Written 6 October 2019
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