The NSW National Parks and Wildlife Services (NPWS) has begun a $1.4 million upgrade of the Bouddi Coastal Walk, an 8km walk along the coastline of Bouddi NP, near Gosford on the NSW Central Coast.
The walk starts at the northern end of Putty Beach and traverses varied vegetation types, beaches and cliff tops, providing spectacular views of the coastline and finishes at MacMasters Beach.
The natural landscapes, pristine beaches and ocean vistas provide an outstanding walk for park visitors. The walk is one of the most popular walks in the park and receives up to 200,000 visitors a year.
NPWS says the project will significantly upgrade sections of the Bouddi Coastal Walk and works include replacing steps, installing sandstone steps, repairing bridges and erosion control measures, including resurfacing of some areas and upgrading drainage.
The project will be undertaken in stages over three years and will increase safety and enhance visitor experience for this popular walk.
Work commenced on 29 April 2020 and will be delivered in stages over the next 3 years. It is anticipated that the project will be completed by 2023. Click here for more info.