Once you spot the "coast walk" sign, you are on your way. Time to check your fitness. The hike goes on for 3.5kms, along cliffs, strands of sand, rocky paths. Grab some good shoes, the ones that can get wet. It is also safer to check the tide before going, as you will prefer it low ! Just pack some food, lots of water, some sunscreen and don't forget the hats, as there is no shade on the way.
You can jump into the two perfectly round shaped sinkholes.
You will probably get some scratches, sunburns, broken nails, but at the end of it you will forget it all by jumping in the sinkholes ! You could enjoy their clearwater, sunbath on the rocks and see the waves breaking. Far away from the city. Far far away...
Everybody should check out the National Parks and Bureau of Meteorology websites for this area before visiting this site. 35 people were rescued off this site due to getting stuck with high seas washing up onto the rocks with potential for people to be swept away, and the people were unable to get back to the beach because the tides were high. This happened a few weeks before a friend and I visited. As keen bushwalkers we had checked the sites and the day we went there was a warning from BOM. The number of people we encountered on the walk that attempted and want to attempt the crossing was staggering with no consideration for their own safety or that of others including rescue squads.
Please be sensible if considering this walk and check out the tides and any warnings.