This walk hosted by Friends of the Royal National Park sounds lovely, but numbers are limited and this is likely to book out quickly. If they receive more than 12 registrations they may organise a second birdwalk, if possible.
The walk will go south along the iconic coast track, from Wattamolla, perhaps as far as Curracurrong (Eagle Rock) ….around 8km return. This walk has extraordinary scenery and it is also a terrific birding walk.
Birds regularly seen on the route include the beautiful firetail (pictured), rockwarblers, tawny crowned honeyeaters, brown quail, bar shouldered doves, pilotbirds, chestnut rumped heathwrens, and sometimes the southern emuwren. There is also the chance of raptors and seabirds.
Numbers are strictly limited, so register early. This walk is for the reasonably fit bird enthusiasts who have binoculars or good telephoto lens cameras. Many of the birds are small and you will need binoculars to really enjoy the walk.
Here is the link to book: https://www.friendsofroyal.org.au/the-royal/guided-walks/?event-date=29-Mar-2021