Take the boat from darling to Manley, lots of bars and things to do. Better beaches as well, lots of fish and a few sting rays on the beach!
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Its worth coming here, love the little restaurants here and how calm the place is, you can't miss having fish and chips take out and eat by the steps or little tables around. Nice place to chat, unwind relax or just simply sun bathe.
It was my first place to visit in Sydney. We went on Sunday with our friends cum host. Interestingly all the public transport including ferry was just 2dollars. Ferry ride was also amazing giving the view to opera and harbour bridge in one frame. Once...More
Had a good time walking by the beachfront; on a weekday evening. Found the place clean with minimal crowds as one watched the sunset. Manly beach is the complete package - souvenir shops, cafes and even supermarkets. Tip - take the fast ferry to/from circular...More
Another great recommended walk. We did the walk in reverse (i.e. suggested route Manley to Spit) and can see why the recommendation is Manley to Spit. We took a bus to Spit which itself has a Harbour charm and set off. The route involves quite...More
Visited Manly Beach whilst staying recently in Sydney. The hop on hop off boat system takes you there , and there is an express service that will take you back to Darling Harbour area. The beach itself is very clean and tidy and a great...More
Hi! Thank you for visiting Manly and for your nice review. So glad you enjoyed Manly as much as we do. Next time try once of our beautiful scenic walks. Hope to see you again soon. Much love, Manly
Manly is a fantastic spot to visit. There is always plenty happening, especially on the weekend. Whether you are a surf lover or just loke sun bathing, walking the dog or stroll through the markets, have a picnic or lunch in a caffee there is...More
We liked Manly very much. Walk along to Shelly beach and snorkel there if you like. You can hire stuff but be aware everything closes at 16:30. We walked on around the headland and old army camp which was fantastic (take water). We went right...More