A short bushland trail along Port Hacking in a quiet part of the Shire.

Getting To Lilli Pilli Track, Lilli Pilli

Where Is It?

The Lilli Pilli track is a roughly 800 metre bushland path along the Lilli Pilli Headland that faces Port Hacking. It starts at Korokan Road and ends at Lilli Pilli Point Road, with an additional road walk to Lilli Lilli Baths.

Connect to Port Hacking Road from the Kingsway and follow it all the way to the end of Lilli Pilli Point Road. If entering from Korokan Road enter via the reserve at the fire bend in the street or past the residence at the end of the road.


The 977 stops right out the front on Lilli Pilli Point Road.


The best street address is Korokan Road, Lilli Pilli NSW 2229


There is a small amount of dedicated parking on Lilli Pilli Point Road near the Baths.


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Route Notes

Walk Distance & Difficulty

The track itself is only 800 meters and can be walked one way in 10 minutes (20 minute return) through Lilli Pilli Point Reserve, though there’s an extra couple hundred meters along Lilli Pilli Point Road to the Baths. It’s an easy walk of dirt track and grass that’s suitable for just about any age range or skill level. After rains the track can get muddy, but that’s about the worst of it and in truth you’re never too far from civilisation.

Lilli Pilli Point Reserve Walking Track

Fishing Spots & Water Access

Keen anglers will find several spots along the length of Lilli Pilli Point Reserve to access the river, but would do well to get in early as it’s not uncommon to find dogs and their owners swimming about in the river.
At low tide it’s possible to wade out to the sand flats and the pier at Lilli Pilli Baths is a popular fishing spot year round. Expect to find anything from bream, trevally, squid, tailor, jewfish and leatherjackets in the Port Hacking River, and in the summer you might get lucky with salmon, bonita and kingfish.

Lilli Pilli Track Sydney

Take A Dip At Lilli Pilli Baths

Beyond being a popular spot for fishermen (you’ll find a handful casting off the pier just about any time of day), the Lilli Pilli Baths are a picturesque and secluded spot to cool off in the river, with a great aspect and views across to the National Park.

Lilli Pilli Baths Lilli Pilli Fishing


  • Food

    There’s not much nearby so head up to Caringbah for the shopping strip.

  • Rubbish Bins

    There is a rubbish bin near the picnic area close to the Lilli Pilli Point Road entrance of the walk.

  • Toilets

    The closest toilets are at the Lilli Pilli Baths

  • Can I take my dog?

    It seems like the only thing banned from the walking track is the motor vehicles. It’s not uncommon to see locals walking their dogs through the reserve. Dogs aren’t allowed at the Baths, however.

  • Can I lock my bike up?

    There’s no bike lockups unfortunately.

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