beautiful place near Manly beach, with gorgeous views, a must to do in Sydney which can't be missed.
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I think Sydney is located in one of the worlds most beautiful natural harbours, beaches, glorious walks, cheap ferris to Parramatta, the twin heads etc- you can easily spend a day just ferrying about to see the different locations without even getting off! great food...More
One of the many sights you can visit when you find yourself in or around Sydney. Enjoy the tranquil setting, listen to the native birds calling from the bushland setting, and revel in the warm waters of this harbor cove. Sydney has many, many other...More
Catch a ferry from Circular Quay to Watson's Bay then approx. 10 min walk to Camp Cove! Scenic but relatively easy walk! The track is a loop so you begin at Camp Cove and make your way to Hornby Light house and back.
I took the Eastern Beaches ferry from circular quay to WB, then headed up to the main street, turn left and followed my way around the streets to the SHNP. Amazing views (beautiful 18 degrees, & sunshine)!! The Naval Base is located on a significant...More
We rode our bikes up to the lookout and it was definitely worth it - the views were stunning and we even spotted some whales! Would recommend for first time visitors to Sydney or even returning.
Almost every Sydneysider knows about South Head and Watson's Bay, but I would have to suggest that North Head probably takes the prize as a landmark destination worth visiting. The tourist trail wends its way across the top of Sydney's north head. The path is...More
Very popular easy walk from Watsons Bay. We even followed a chap with one leg using a crutch to smoothly go up and down the path with steps. From Watson Bay walk along the beach to grass patch between the houses - follow the street...More
This is a nice place to escape the busy city life of Sydney. There are a lot of cliffs and you can see the Sydney Skyline. If you have a GoPro and a Pole you can take some really cool Selfies.
a great way to get a taste of the natural side of Sydney is to get a ferry from Circular Quay to Manly then do the walk from Manly to The Spit. This walk through parts of Sydney Harbour National Park offers stunning views as...More