The Coast Walk from Bondi to Bronte is a beautiful short walk between two iconic beaches in the Eastern Suburbs of the city. It is ideal for those who only have a short time to take in a walk.
The Cobblers and surrounding cliffs are one of the best viewing points for whale watching within the Royal National Park. Part of the Coast Track, this walk offers stunning views of the coastline.
This walk takes you to the north west of the city, visiting mangrove wetlands and eucalypt forests along the way. The walk winds through suburbs alongside the Lane Cove River.
This is a nice scenic walk 1.8km along the harbour foreshore passing several small beaches including Shark, Milk and Queens Beach.
A coastal walk that takes in a lot. From spectacular views of the coastline, to coastal rainforest, towering forests of gums and Burning Palms Beach. It is a more strenuous walk, but very rewarding.
The Forest Path is an easy hike through temperate and subtropical rainforest. The path circumnavigates Forest Island which is actually a hill that is almost surrounded by the Hacking River and a tributary, Bola Creek. This easy hike is suitable for children.
This scenic walk takes you from the iconic Balmoral Beach to Taronga Zoo along Sydney Harbour, with spectacular views and historic sites to see along the way. This description is from Balmoral Beach (Mosman) to Taronga Zoo, but the hike could easily be done in the opposite direction.
This is a great walk that doesn’t require you to even leave the city. The walk show the beautiful side of Sydney as it follows the shoreline on the northern side of the harbour, passing through affluent suburbs, calm refreshing beaches, and even some bush – and the city is in full view for much […]