Nice scenic walk up to a great lookout looking south with views spanning from Geroa down to Jervis Bay. Try and plan your trip with good weather and you would be surprised on how far south you can actually see. The walk is uphill but only steep in sections so it isn’t too hard. Might not be ideal after a rainfall as it would be very slippery in sections. Has a natural floor path with boulders and some fallen debris to step over.
We just had our second child a 2 months before we took on this trek and needed to get out of the house so we strapped her in to a carrier and away we went. Wasn’t hard to do for my wife post child birth and myself with a child on board for those that are in the same situation. We also have a 3 year old and it was from advice from a friend not to take her. She would of struggled to walk the distance and their were a few areas where I would have had to carry her. Also it is quite dangerous at the top viewing area as their is no fencing etc just a cliff drop off
The walk itself has limited signage but it’s pretty hard to get lost just follow your nose or ask others that are walking in the other direction.
We completed the walk on a Saturday arvo in July, it wasn’t super busy at the top but I’d imagine in school holidays or throughout summer it would get pretty hectic.
Finding the bottom of the trail was quite easy, I just googled it before we went and the drive to the car park area was very easy to find. The town of berry nearby is worth a look too, plenty of shops, cafes etc
Parking your car at the bottom can be a bit of a pain, just be careful where to park it because there was a bloke taking photos of cars- not sure what his purpose was
Overall we had a great day out and would highly recommend it