Barefoot Downunder is excited to announce it’s BRAND NEW tour to the Figure Eight Pools in the Royal National Park, providing a fun and adventurous day out for all young backpackers and international travellers.
The Figure 8 Rock Pools is a series of sandstone rock shelfs and natural rock pools found just south of Burning Palms Beach in the Royal National Park. As the name suggests there is a natural pool in the shape of a figure 8, which is also considerer a very lucky number in some countries making the area more popular to visit.
The hike to the Figure Eight pools is very beautiful but also a harder walking track that can take around 3+ hours return involving steep and uneven trails and walking over rock/boulder formations along the coast. The Figure 8 Pools can be dangerous to visit without any prior knowledge in surf conditions and beach safety as the figure eight pools are located on the rock edge of the ocean.
We will be working to set the standards high by providing a fun and safe day tour to the Figure 8 Pools for young visitors and travellers alike. This will be backed by educating guest on ocean and beach safety, applying our knowledge and experience in adventure guiding, beach and wilderness safety and running trips to the figure eight pools when the tides and swell are low in the day. After visiting the Figure 8 Rock Pools, our tour in Royal National Park will also include visiting areas around Wottamolla or Bundeena for a much needed swim and relax after the hike out. Lunch will also be included on our tour.
Our FIGURE 8 POOLS ADVENTURE TOUR in the Royal National Park is COMING SOON, please keep your eye out for updates on when we will be kicking off!