281-Kiama Coast Walk

Show notes

This walk can best be described as an urban coastal walk and one that provides a great overview of the Kiama region of the NSW South Coast inlacing its Indigenous, European and geological history.

While you can do this walk over two days it’s best to think of this as a long day walk. Listen to this podcast and follow along in the write up to see how we went on the day.

Podcast Overview

  • Podcast introduction
  • Episode introduction (time index 0:01:31)
  • Body of episode (time index 0:02:05)
    • The day before, we visit Warri Inlet to check out the crossing
    • Interview from the trail
  • Final thoughts – Gill and Tim wrap
  • Close (time index 0:41:57)

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