Pinnacles Loop Walking Track

Waypoint: -36.99463 , 149.90987 GPS: -36.98778 , 149.92250
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Day Rest AreaBird WatchingPhoto OpportunityWalkingPublic ParkingNo Pets
  • Day Use Area
  • Place of Interest
  • National Park
Pinnacles Access Road
Eden NSW 2551
  • Bushwalking, birdwatching and whale watching
  • Be sure to take the binoculars and camera
  • BYO drinking water and sunscreen
  • All weather 2WD road

Driving Directions

Proceed to waypoint on Princes Highway, 10km south of Pambula. Turn east onto Haycock Road and travel 1km. Turn east into Pinnacles Road

Last updated by D&J on 16th September, 2012
Page created by D&J
Pinnacles Loop Walking Track is a pleasant, easy walk that meanders through the woodland and heath of the NSW Far South Coast region. With beautiful coastal views south to Lennards Island and north to Haycock Point, it’s an easy stroll for all the family.
There are two lookouts along this gently undulating walking track that make ideal spots to view the fascinating Pinnacles formation – a spectacular erosion feature that consists of cliffs of soft white sands capped with a layer of red gravel clay. It was deposited during the Tertiary geological period – up to 65 million years ago.

Large areas of pine trees can also be seen between the eucalypts, and NPWS has been working to return the area back to its natural state.
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