If you want to get a food feel of Syney Harbour and its souroundings this is the place to go. On a sunny day it could not get any better.
This is almost a hidden secret - everyone has heard of Sydney's famous beaches but few seem to know of parks such as these. There are several locations which together form the Park but there are many options of either seeing local fauna, wildlife , perhaps even have a swim at one of the several beaches.
When planning our trip to Sydney we spoke about where we would visit, on mentioning Bondi beach, an Aussie colleague advised us to give it a miss and visit Manly instead. Boy, was he right! We discovered a beautiful little suburb with superb beaches and the Sydney Harbour National Park. We started our walk at Manly Surf Beach and contiued... More
yeah it was all right i really dont rember anything special that much. Food was average location aint bad.
One of the most beautiful harbours in the world. Numerous bushwalks around the shoreline with stunning views. Many islands to visit. Convict built forts, historic mansions, sandy beaches, remote islands all close to the CBD
I launch from Neutral Bay but the idea of the trip involves turning Fort Denison, Clark Island and then Shark Island before paddling to Chowder Bay for coffee and swim. Come back by Bradleys Head and any of the bays on the way. It takes 4 hours depending on how slow you sip your coffee! Visit a mega liner passing... More
Wow- what an amazing places and only a couple of hours drive from Sydney, pure white sand beaches & great for wildlife spotting- we saw a seal loving the waves! Only downside was lots of rain when we visited. Would love to go again on a better day.
A National Park right in the middle of the city is fabulous. Because this area is protected, everything is as it was. A great way to see some of our natural flora and fauna, without having to venture too far. And you can take a swim too!
The park is actually a series of parks linked to form one of the iconic natural wonders of Sydney Harbour. The Trust that is responsible for it is conscious of this precious heritage and has made only the utmost essential changes to keep the Park both pristine and accessible. It's a Sydney treasure, but one that's all-too-often hidden.
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