From the car park at the north end of Werri Beach, walk onto Werri Beach and north across the sand to the start of the walk. Note that very occasionally after heavy rain, Werri Lagoon might be open to the sea, and may inhibit your walk on to Werri Beach. Contact Kiama Visitor Centre for an update on 02 4232 3322.
From the cliff tops there are stunning ocean views, and there are markers every kilometre explaining the fascinating history and geology of the area.
After approximately 2 hours or 6km, you will be in the Kiama Heights area. From here onto Blowhole Point takes you through a series of waterfront reserves, including Loves Bay, Easts Beach, Kendalls Beach, Surf Beach and Storm Bay.
The north end of Werri Beach by Werri Lagoon. There is a small car park here and street parking along Werri Street.
Kiama Blowhole and Lighthouse. This is a great place for a picnic before your return walk. You could also return to Berry by train, although the return train trip to Kiama makes a wonderful day trip in its own right. It is one of the most stunning train journeys in NSW, often hugging the coastline and taking you through the lush green dairy farmland of the area.
11km one way
Intermediate – there are some uphill sections
Yes, but do not leave children unattended. Some parts of the walk are along unprotected cliff tops.
Yes, dogs are welcome on a lead for most of the walk, but not permitted on various beaches as marked.