Spring Fling Series 5: Bush Walk

What is more romantic than going on an adventure together? Walking hand-in-hand down a trail that maybe no one else has been to in months, telling each other stories and whispering sweet nothings, then BAM you walk into a cobweb! That’s what you get when you’re bush walking in Australia!

On a lovely spring morning, we packed ourselves some lunch and plenty of water then went adventuring out to Lake Munmorah National Park on the NSW Central Coast. If you’re taking a car, which is best so that you can drive the fair distance to get to the really nice walks, then you need to pay park fees. The park is open to the public from 5:30am to 9:00pm during the daylight savings period and 6:00am to 6:00pm outside of this period.

The Lake Mumorah National Park has a rugged coastline with sandy beaches, cliffs, and magnificent ocean views. It’s an ideal location for surfing, fishing, bush walking and camping, as well as exploring the park’s vegetation and wildlife.

After adventuring down the trail you chose, find yourself a place to sit together, have your lunch, and watch the waves crash in. Just remember that as it is national park, do respect the area and leave nothing but footsteps and take nothing but memories.

Erin Woodgate is an Australian Lomographer who loves cupcakes and travels as much as possible. She always has her LC-A in her bag and treats Polaroid/ Impossible film like treasure. The ‘Spring Fling series’ highlights a bunch of romantic locations around the Central Coast of NSW, where Erin is from. If you ever find yourself in this part of the world you should definitely check out these locations, especially if the weather is good, like in spring!

Previous articles in this series:
Norah Head Lighthouse
Beach Walks

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