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A magic walk that's hidden away. A real gem. We live in the Lower North Shore and in the 8 years living here we can't done this walk.... no idea why we haven't found it earlier.
One of the best walks in the area. Highly...More
This is part of a longer walking bushland track between Taronga Zoo and Balmoral. The walk is well known to locals but not to tourists. For tourists with a few extra days in Sydney, this is a wonderful option if you are looking for things...More
What better way to exercise, take in fresh air, stunning scenery and enjoy the Australian flora than walking this walk. I would suggest going mid week as it tends to get busy on the weekend particularly liked by the runners. One of the weekends I...More
This spectacular walk of the harbour perimeter is well worth doing. It is best done on a fine weekend when the harbour is active however it can be busy. One should be prepared to come face to face with the local wildlife, lizards, birdlife and...More
Shady walk with views over Saturday Sydney harbour regattas. Delightful cafe/restaurant stops especially at Chowder Bay. Easy to spot bird life from diving cormorants to quirky quiffed Red-whiskered Bulbuls, New Holland Honeyeaters, Yellow Robin, soaring Sea Eagle cry of the shy make and female Whipbirds...More
A great job has been done by the Trust that operates the parkland. Bush paths are great. Natural bushland. Parking, cafes, restaurants, beaches, views.
We take the dogs walking here all the time.
Highly recommended for overseas visitors.
This is local for me and quite a favourite.
One downside: if you start from Balmoral Oval the metal grating walkway is hell for a dog. We go up the back of the oval through a bush walk along the path of a stream. Stella...More
This walk is quite easy and is one of the most beautiful walks around Sydney harbour .There are secluded beaches you can stop off for a swim and there are good restaurants at the end to reward yourself.
This was the last chance before we left, our flight was next afternoon and we decided to take the walk up to Taronga. We took the longer path and stopped at Chowder Bay to have a snack,then, it became early afternoon meal. We enjoyed the...More