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A Sunday well spent, brings a week of content'....... Well this sure was a Sunday well spent. A stunning beach-side walk along our beautiful coastline. I have been hoping to discover a walk like this, something that the kids could enjoy just as much as us. An easy, "as long as you like" walk, right alongside the water. If you are anywhere close to the Central Coast of NSW then this is a MUST to put on your "to-do" list. Not just for a walk, there are also camping spots just up from the beach (complete with toilets ... no digging your own hole.. haha). There are three walks you can chose to do, from just over 1km to up to 3.5km. I think we pumped out just over a 2km, which was long enough for the little one's legs. You can find out more details about the 'Bouddi Coastal Walk' here. This has now become one of my favourite places, and I look forward to visiting again. I reckon it would be the perfect spot during the Whale migrating season too!

xxBec

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  1. I thought that must have been the central coast! Gorgeous.
    Leanne @ Deep Fried Fruit

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  2. Coastal walks are my favourite, although can be a little worrying with eager kiddies close to the edge!

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  3. Oh wow! That looks sensational, and it isn't too far from me. I can see myself running along that walk in the not too distant future. Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful day! x

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    1. You're welcome. would be a great spot for a run :)

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  4. What a great walking trail! Wish we were closer to a more interesting coast line.

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  5. Beautiful! I think I may have done this walk before when passing through travelling, its a beautiful spot! :)

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  6. Looks like a fabulous walk with stunning views. Great family thing to do. Love your photos :)

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  7. Now that is my kind of walk!!! Simply beautiful. I would be totally happy to do that every Sunday xx

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    1. Me too, we will be heading back next chance we get. x

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  8. Looks lovely! Where on the central coast is this?

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    1. We started our walk at the Putty Beach end (near to Killcare). (Click on the link above, it will give you more details) :)

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  9. Stunning photos! How beautiful is Australia?

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  10. Love your photos, what a stunning place. We really are lucky to live here x

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  11. Oh my goodness you have some gorgeous spots on your side of the country! Lovely photos.

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  12. That is so beautiful. Like lisa mentioned that would be amazing for a run. Would motivate me nosing I had that view. Enjoy your next visit.

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  13. I always love your photos Bec! The central coast looks stunning. It's on my to do list whenever I can make my way back to that side of the country. Enjoy your next walk - what a lovely way to spend some family time together.

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  14. Sigh. What beautiful photos! I've been reading through the Weekend Rewind posts, but your photos made me slow down. So peaceful. Thank you so much for sharing!

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  15. That is one seriously beautiful walk and your photography hun.... wow. Just wow xx

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  16. Looks beautiful, looks relaxing, love the pictures and especially love the little crop top with leggings... very cute.

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  17. It's a really beautiful walk, Bec. Thanks for sharing your beautiful photos. x

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  18. Just beautiful. What an amazing walk.

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