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This historical park consists of five small harbor islands, rugged sandstone cliffs, bushland and beaches. Visitors can fish, boat, sunbathe, swim and explore historic sites, including Fort Denison, Goat Island and the Quarantine Station.
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Bradleys Head Rd, Mosman, New South Wales 2088, Australia
The walk from Taronga Zoo wharf to Balmoral beach through the Sydney harbour National Park is one of the most picturesque walks in Sydney. It is a must do for any visitor as it gives you magnificent views of Sydney Harbour.
This review covers the area of the park from Taronga Zoo / Bradley’s Head to Balmoral Beach.
There is a unique and easily accessible trail walking experience within a short 12-minute ferry ride from Sydney CBD Circular Quay via the Taronga Zoo ferry / or...More
We visited Gap Bluff which is part of the Sydney Harbour N. P.
The views from the various lookouts are fantastic. Such beautiful rugged cliffs and great views over the harbour.
It is quite hilly with quite a few steps but the path is excellent...More
A fascinating guided tour by historic boat visiting three Sydney Harbour Islands, Goat Island, Fort Denison and Clark Island. All the islands are different and very interesting. You have a guided walking tour on Goat Island and Fort Denison and then BYO lunch on Clark...More
Picturesque scenery on this section of track with some birdlife due to number of banksias. There is toilets but no other facilities within the park which borders a navy base. Reasonably easy and accessible from Sydney.
Only 15 minutes from Double Bay/ Paddington area is the golden sandy beach in Vaucluse. Take New South Head Road away from the city. Turn left into Vaucluse Road and then left into Greycliffe Avenue
It’s a short walk to Nielsen Park from here. The...More
Sydney Harbour is one of the greatest in the world and the National Park helps to protect this wonder. Comprising the harbour, islands and foreshore areas this area provides numerous opportunities to explore.