Curra Brook Waterfall in the Royal National Park plunges into the ocean, just below where the Coast Track crosses Curra Brook. Best views of the falls are from the Coast Track about 700m to the north.
Royal National Park
Royal National Park is inland from the eastern coastline of Australia, just south of Sydney. It’s the oldest national park in Australis, and the third oldest national park in the world (after Bogd Khan Uul in Mongolia, established in 1783, and Yellowstone in the US, established in 1872). The park is characterised by coastal cliffs, secluded beaches and eucalyptus-rich bushland.