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A wonderful part of Sydney beautifully maintained by local residents and the Council. Even now, the Council is undergoing a revegetation program to keep its wonder up. Whether you just relax, go for a walk around the park and bay or even bring a prersonal...More
This is a quiet haven away from the noisy crowded city! Walks around the point x 4. Mosman Wharf, Spotliffe Street, Cremorne Road and Cremorne reserve x 2. This is so safe even late at night walking from Military Road to Cremorne Street looking at...More
A little piece of heaven; wonderfully maintained by the local council with views of the Opera House, Bridge, harbour and the CBD. So relaxing but also a good playground for kids and good base for walking the local trails. Only a 7 minute ferry ride...More
After a very busy crowded visit to Balmoral beach it was bliss to sit on a park bench under the shade of a tree overlooking the harbour with it's magnificent views in peace and comfort. A gentle breeze blowing and waves lapping...
We borrowed a dog and strolled through the reserve to the sports ground. Pretty walking through bush with lots of birds to see and hear.
Walked past the childrens playground and down to the water. Let the dog off on the sports field for a...More
It took me and my wife 30 years to discover this amazing walk from Cremorne Reserve to Mosman Rowing Club. The walk follows the harbour, giving breathtaking views of the Opera House Bridge and City.
Start at Cremorne Reserve in Milson Road and walk east...More
How lucky are locals to have such a reserve when other parts of the foreshore were turned into industrial enclaves - this is so beautiful and clean, well maintained by the local council with views to the city, Opera House and Mosman Bay / Zoo...More
With uninterrupted views across to the Opera house and harbour Bridge and only ten minutes by ferry from Circular Quay what better way to spend and afternoon or evening sunset with a beer, wine and a picnic basket enjoying the harbour. There is also a...More