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We took the ferry from Circular Quay to Taronga and headed right from the wharf to join the 1.3km walk (one way) to Bradley's Head. For us it wasn't a particularly taxing distance but the surfaces are varied and uneven, keep an eye out for...More
If i could go back in time i would have saved my money and gone to one of the free events, we saw people arrive to see the view and watched as they realized you could barely see the bridge, we watched others leaving in...More
This is a very nice walk with some stunning views of the harbour. It's not as absolute waterfront as some other coastal walks in Sydney and there were a few parts of the walk where we got a bit confused as to where to go....More
The Bradley head to chowder bay walk is a 5km walk. We started from Circular Quay and caught a ferry to Taronga Zoo Wharf and from there walked past the entrance to the zoo where the walk starts. You get amazing views of the bridge...More
This was a beautiful trail and an easy walk. We got off the bus at the Taronga Park Zoo and then took the bus back from Clifton Head. It was lovely seeing all of the gum trees, the great views of the Sydney Harbour, and...More
I have lived in Sydney for over 30 years, and I can't believe I only discovered this walk this year. It features spectacular views of the harbour, some gorgeous (small) bay beaches, and some lovely picnic spots. The Bradleys Head part of the walk showcases...More
One of my favourite ways to spend a Sunday in Sydney. Is less busy than the famous 'Bondi to Coogee' walk but has equally stunning views. Is a relatively easy walk with great places to stop along the way and enjoy the harbour energy.
Small secluded beach right next to Taronga Zoo ferry wharf. Had amazing views of the Harbour Bridge, CBD and Opera House. On a hot day like today it wasn't busy with maybe only 20 people at the beach, but plenty of boats anchored nearby. It...More
This is not the most physically demanding trail in Sydney. In fact, it is good for most visitors and many will complete it within an hour. The secenery along the trail is beautiful and it is the main attraction of this trail. The lookouts at...More
Part of the National Park. A great wedding location with magnificent entry down the steps, heels permitting! Fantastic views of the harbour, city & bridge especially in the afternoon. Limited parking, toilets available
The original docklands of Darling Harbour have been transformed into a tourist mecca with entertainment for the whole family. Cockle Bay Wharf offers dining options from budget to upscale and million dollar views of the harbour. Young crowds gather on weekends for nightlife that ranges from salsa clubs to Dj’s. Families can visit the Chinese Gardens of Friendship or the Sydney Aquarium, one of the largest in the
world. The Sydney Maritime Museum and the IMAX theatre are also popular attractions. The Harbourside Shopping Centre is a site unto itself, with hundreds of shops, restaurants and bars. On Saturdays in the summer, the city puts on a spectacular fireworks show along the harbour's shore and there are plenty of other free events during the year - Darling Harbour Fiesta, VIVID’s light installations and the Sydney Festival, just to name a few.