Great views of the coast line. Good fishing.
In the map above, if you zoom in on the walk, you’ll see all the following track points and their location. Each point has photos along with a description about each one.
Drive to the end of the road, past the shop and the public toilets. You can’t miss the wooden walkway over to the light house. At low tide you can walk on the sand without getting your feet wet. As you walk over the bridge, look over to your right, you will see all the fishing boats park up on the sand waiting for high tide, go over and have a look at the boats and see how they push the 10 tone boat in to the surf. The walk is very easy; the path is sealed and concerted all the way to Castle Point Lighthouse. If you are staying the night, walk to the light house after sun set, you will not need a torch, but take a pair of sun glasses she is one, strong light.
Fantastic view from the top, look over to the 162 Castle Point Hill, well worth the walk on a fine day. The views are even better form the top. The views from Castle Point Light House are still stunning. To the right you can see Castle Point shops and the caravan park and Castle Point station which owns most of the land you can see, including the caravan park.
If you consider yourself a fisher person, take a fishing rod with you, you will also need a net to pull the 12kg snapper up the 30m cliff face! You can walk around the edge of the rock, but be very careful, there is no fence. If you survive the fall the waves will crush you on the rock face, no matter how good a swimmer you are.
Want to share your walking and hiking tips and advice? Got questions? Visit the our Facebook Group, ask questions, get answers, meet people, post photos and share your walking experiences! We’d love to hear from you.