Figure 8 Pools
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One of the most popular spots to visit in The Royal National Park, about an hour drive south of Sydney. You need to hike to reach the pools, and at times it can be slippery and steep, but the effort is worth it. The natural rock formations, shaped like the number eight, are quite small in size, but collectively they make for an amazing photo. When taking photos of the pools try to get down low to highlight the shape and size of the formations. I usually visit early on a weekday, not only to avoid the crowds but also because it can take awhile to reach the pools—it’s an hour drive followed by a hard hike that takes a couple of hours either way.
A decent day hike/adventure. Picturesque walk in and out and a beautiful spot. Ensure you check the tides and only visit at low tide. Medium grade track so wear suitable clothing and take snacks/water.
Iconic and at times dangerous; that all part of the fun. See them for yourself
Gorgeous natural pools worth the hike. Make sure to check swell and tidal information to time your visit safely.
went with my husband and child need to be fit as we are not a big hike great selfies
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“wonderful hike, also damageable with young children (it is steep but you can take it slowly”
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