The Wedding Cake Rock and Big Marley Circuit is a beautiful trail suitable for hikers of all levels, offering the opportunity to see some of the most stunning natural features of the region.


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Wedding Cake Rock and the Big Marley Circuit is a popular trail located in the Royal National Park in New South Wales.

The circuit is just over 8km long and takes 2-3 hours to complete, depending on your pace.

The trail is classified as a moderate hike, and it is suitable for hikers with a good level of fitness. The trailhead is located at the end of Beachcomber Avenue, and follows the Coast Track along the cliffs, passing through forest and offering beautiful views of the ocean below.

Along the way, hikers can enjoy a variety of flora and fauna, as well as the opportunity to spot some of the local wildlife, including birds and wallabies. The trail then continues on to Big Marley Beach, which is a secluded and picturesque beach that is only accessible by foot.

The beach is a great spot for swimming and relaxing, and it is a popular destination for picnics and BBQs. From Big Marley Beach, the trail follows the Big Marley Circuit back to the Wedding Cake Rock lookout, offering more beautiful views of the coast and the surrounding