Marley Beach is located in the splendorous Royal National Park.
The park entry fee is about $11 per car.
car park is located on the left side of the road and it isn’t
too far after the pay station. The car park is about 4km back from
the settlement of Bundeena which is lovely little town to check out.
There is a food store and a couple of takeaway food shops located
within the small town, should extra supplies be required.
to National Parks and Wildlife Service, the walk is about 3.6km one
way from the car park to Little Marley Beach with a medium difficulty
trail to Little Marley starts along a non-vehicular track through
heath and low scrub. While the path is relatively easy to follow,
there are a couple of places where bush is growing across the track,
and there are also areas of erosion. However the track leads with
inspiration and wonder, especially during the wild flower season (around
early September) where the Royal National Park puts on a wonderful
display of colour with the wild flowers coming into bloom. Then roughly
half-way along, the track descend into the wooded valley of Marley
Creek, and eventually opening at Deer Pool.