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Nestled in the heart of the Royal National Park, this lagoon offers huge climbs, and entertainment for all in summer. Places for ocean swimming a bit of snorkelling, camping, and a fresh water creek is about a 15min walk from the carpark. Deep water solos and shallow water boulders and a big cliff to jump off with some traverses, overhung pieces and super tricks from the skilled guys in summer! The RNP description http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/royal-national-park/wattamolla-picnic-area/picnic-bbq
Entry for parking for the day at wattamolla is $11 dollars, get there early on summer weekends (pre-10am), it gets packed out pretty fast. If you're into hiking in, there is a train to Cronulla, short walk to the ferry to bundeena and maybe a 10km walk to wattamolla along some of the most stunning cliffline Sydney has to offer, there is fishing at Marley and Little Marley beach.
From the Lagoon, nothing is more than a 5min walk/swim except the climbs on the point.
The Royal National Park and Parks Australia eschew "take only pictures, leave only footsteps" please, look after these parks, even if it doesn't seem like everyone else is.
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