You could also drive your car to this place; a large car park is available along with public toilets.
Moving my legs further along the footpath I passed Portofinos, another cafe/restaurant. Beach access is available here along with outdoor showers, barbecues, and seating areas.
The final stretch from Portofinos cafe to Rosslare Park featured viewing stops which broke off from the main footpath. If you're patient and look carefully, a couple of Ospreys sit on the rocks overlooking the ocean. I had my camera ready and captured this Osprey who caught his breakfast, a better fisherman than my husband.
It was a lovely place to rest my legs and relax before continuing my return 4.1km walk. The water from the Ocean leads into the inlet at Mindarie cove. It's a pleasant place for children to splash around, and i also noticed people using it to drop their kayaks into the water. You could also start your coastal walk from here too, a small car park is available.
Overall the coastal path is worth a visit. It provides stunning ocean views, and pit stops along the way to fill your hunger, or quench your thirst in one of the cafes.
Great concise and descriptive article, Zoe. Your photos show an interesting walk.
The playground is a good one to keep the little tackers motivated and a few seats for the urban athlete to pace their walk won't go astray. John