Audley Weir to Bundeena
If you have your own kayak, then a paddle from Audley Weir to Bundeena is highly recommended. Starting at Audley Weir, the route follows the Hacking River, and into Port Hacking itself.
Along the way there are lots of nice beaches and picnic spots, and being in a national park you are likely to see bird, aquatic and other wildlife.
This paddle can be done with public transport if you have your own inflatable kayak (or compact collapsible kayak).
Start: Audley Weir
Distance: 13 km
How to get there:
Start: Audley Weir can be reached by car. Head down the Princes Highway, and turn off onto Farnell Road just after Loftus Oval. Follow this down to the weir.
End: Bundeena can be reached by following the directions above, and continuing onto Sir Bertrams Drive, and then onto Bundeena Drive.
If you have your own inflatable or collapsible kayak, you can use public transport to get to the start and end points. To get to Audley Weir, catch the train and alight at Loftus, and walk down Farnell Avenue to the weir. When you reach Bundeena, take the ferry across to Cronulla, and take the train back from there.