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All reviews chowder bay taronga zoo clifton gardens stunning views of the harbour an easy walk circular quay amazing walk national park catch the ferry opera house sydney harbour kookaburras wildlife amphitheater stops visitors lookout
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Reviewed 6 April 2015

Bradleys head trail is an undiscovered gem in Sydney, we took our 2 girls and they loved it. Sydney's hardly a concrete jungle but it's still fascinating how 5 minutes from cosmopolitan Mosman is this idyllic forest walk. If you've got a couple of hours...More

1  Thank Neil_Asher
Reviewed 21 March 2015

Walk good but best is the park - beautiful quiet park overlooking a busy stretch of harbour with the naval memorial and memorial mast from the HMAS Sydney. Great views and spot for photographing the bridge and opera house and ferries scuttling past.  It's not...More

1  Thank chris f
Reviewed 22 February 2015

On this relatively level and easy walk you can enjoy a wonderful stretch of nature and see some lovely views of Sydney from across the bay. Start at the Taronga zoo wharf and take a right at the road. Follow the road along the water...More

2  Thank Maikel2014
Reviewed 26 January 2015

Awesome track around Sydney foreshores. Great Sydney bush. And finishes at awesome Balmoral 😆😁.and some seats set up along the way with views and rest stops...

3  Thank Peter0900
Reviewed 7 January 2015

Note: This review is solely for New Year's Eve celebrations. My friends and I were looking for the perfect spot to view the fireworks on New Year's Eve/Day. After going through hundreds of possible locations, we settled for Bradleys Head. The area had two precincts...More

9  Thank Lyn D
Reviewed 31 December 2014

My husband and i got married in Bradleys Head as when you walk the track you will find a few spots that give you the best view over the city and Opera House/Harbour Bridge. It really is a nice place and we were greeted by...More

3  Thank Koukoulina
Reviewed 19 December 2014

The Bradley's head Trail is a litte jewel among the trails in the national parks around Sydney harbour. Amazing and unique trail. A must do in Sydney!

2  Thank Ryan G
Reviewed 12 April 2014

This is such a little gem of a walk. The concierge at our hotel recommended it once, and we've repeated the walk a couple of times. So easy to catch the ferry to Taronga Zoo and then leave the madness behind as you follow the...More

2  Thank 66Lynette
Reviewed 24 February 2014

I think this is the only walk on the North Shore where you can see both the Opera House and North/South Heads where the Ocean comes into the harbour. The views are spectacular, the walk a little undulating but very well maintained except for the...More

Thank Nick S
Reviewed 12 January 2014

The trail to Bradley's Head is pretty easy to manage and offers splendid views of Sydney's shore and skyline. If you are looking for a short stint into the green, this is a good spot. Take the ferry to Taronga Zoo, then follow the crowd...More

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Nancy S
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the trail is 4k one way from the Taronga Zoo wharf to Chowder Bay.
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