Bushwalker falls to his death in Royal National Park

A BUSHWALKER has plummeted more than 10metres to his death after falling from a cliff in the Royal National Park.

Police rescue teams were at the scene, south of Sydney on Sunday night but the recovering operation was expected to take several hours.

The man was believed to be walking with a group when he fell near Little Marley Beach earlier in the day.

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