Haycock Point Bush Walk

  • Port

    Eden, New South Wales, Australia

  • Activity Level


  • Excursion Type

    14, 24

  • Wheelchair Accessible


  • Starting at


  • Minimum Age

    Information is not currently available.

  • Duration

    Approximately 4 Hours

  • Meals Included


Named after a prominent 19th-century south coast entrepreneur, Ben Boyd National Park is a striking stretch of coastal wilderness offering a variety of photo opportunities and activities.

Travel through the National Park to Haycock Point, where a National Park ranger will meet you. A guided walk to Haycock Point (approximately 800 yards over uneven surfaces) provides spectacular coastline views. Australian flora and fauna are a feature of the walk, with possible sightings of sea eagles and Australian gannets, bush birds and the occasional eastern grey kangaroo.

Along the path, you'll stop at a picnic area and listen to a local Aborigine talking about his/her culture. Authentic material is passed around for you to look at, and all your questions will be answered over biscuits (cookies) and a cup of tea.

Travel back through the National Park on the return drive to the pier.

Please note: Wear closed-toe walking shoes (mandatory). The National Park is open to the public. Wear sunglasses and sunscreen. Bring a hat and bottled water. Tour does not operate on Fridays. Wildlife sightings are likely but are not guaranteed.