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#1 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
The combination of the silver city skyscrapers, white opera house, steel grey harbour bridge, colourful Luna Park, lush Botanic Gardens and the blue sky and sea are just divine!
Sydney Harbour has it all - beautiful views, a modern skyline, the iconic Opera House, the soaring Sydney Harbour Bridge, charming small communities, beaches, parks, ferries, cruise ships, yachts, kayaks, speedboa...
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#2 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
Great walk Great experience Great view Great nature Amazing Awesome Excellent Must visit bondi beach and do take a walk
Beautiful, cliffs are breathtaking, little coves, beaches, parks, there is also a small cemetery with some graves dating back to the 1800 hundred lots of history.
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#3 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
The opera house timeless design looks stunning any day under any light, it's surreal and breathtaking and the botanical gardens is one of my fav parks in the world having the best views of the harbour, stunning ve...
... greeted by wonderful sunshine, a great cruise ship berthed at the dock, festivals and entertainment on the Opera House foreshore, Smiling face of Luna Park across the harbour or just the beautiful view!!!!!
#4 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
The path weaves through neighborhoods then through the park, with stunning views of North and South Head, various grottoes and gorgeous rock formations, and multiple harbors.
The adorable walk from Manly Ferry Terminal to Fairlight Park hugs the coast and affords delightful year round views of the bays.
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#5 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
Love this place and visit every time I go to Sydney - always great nature to see. Park is wonderful to walk around - shop is lovely for souvenirs and gifts
It is just near St James train station & you can stroll up to gardens via Hyde Park and the Archibald Fountain & magnificent St Mary's Cathedral Enter via the Domain & stop in at NSW Art Gallery (if you have an ex...
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#6 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
My family and I love going to Watsons Bay on the Ferry from Circular Quay any time of the year.The scenery is always amazing, a walk along the promenade is calming and the kids love the park.
On a small peninsula, nestled between Sydney Harbour and the ocean, Watson’s Bay has 3+ beaches, 3+ parks, 7+ restaurants and cafes, a pub, a library, the infamous “Gap”, the Hornby Lighthouse, a headland walk and...
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#7 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
If you enjoy landscape design the garden is truly beautiful and if you have children perfect for nature play, lots of hiding places, stepping stones and abundant koi and water dragons which were quiet friendly.
Right on the edge of CHinatown so after filling your senses with the calm and quiet and the beautiful plantings and landscape of this jewel of a park, you can fill your stomach too!
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#8 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
So easy to get to on the Manly Ferry from Circular Quay, beautiful walks, wonderful restaurants, swimming, surfing snorkelling, parasailing, kayaking, Aquarium, water park, fishing, eating , drinking by surf or ha...
It is a beautiful beach, lovely promenade for walks, hire bikes, skates, skateboards or surfboards, close to lots of restaurants and cafes, nice park and children's playground, good facilities and easy access from...
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#9 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
I love Centennial Park, beautiful spot for picnics, bicycle rides, walks... Perfect for a family Sunday, catch up with friends or a romantic walk with your loved one.
If you have any interest at all in flora and fauna and above all birdlife then you must visit this wonderful park, which is teeming with Australian birds from black swans to ibises, Australian magpies, herons, coc...
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#10 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
We were fortunate to stay here for a couple of weeks and loved the ambience, the beach, the coastal park, the excellent relaxed eateries and shops.
the waves crashing on the rocks and the park nearby are a wonderful site in Sydney to see...old Pavilon Hotel near by which is now full of eating places walk to the old Coogee Bay Hotel for a lunch it is quiet and...
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#11 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
You can come here using the regular ferries to Watson Bay, then a short hike up the park and an easy climb up to the lookout point and you will be rewarded with one of the best views in Sydney.
Make sure to walk across the park to The Gap. Fantastic views of the sea and coastline.
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#12 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
You can drive and park here but it does get crowded on weekends, you can also get the bus here from the city.
There is an excellent restaurant/cafe/kiosk in the park directly above the beach, great views.
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#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Watsons Bay
Having had a FANTASTIC time on a tour with National Parks tracking the route of the Japanese submarines in Sydney Harbour we booked a tour of the South Head Tunnels which were used to protect the Harbour back in t...
It has history, lovely park area and great views of the heads, city and old fortifications.
#14 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
Hyde park with its gushing fountains and classical statues, salubrious food shows, fascinating art walks, gentle bird life, eclectic music concerts, grand war memorials, wedding photographers and eateries.
However, our favourite spot within the park, is Sandringham Gardens, a beautiful space, with a lovely view to the cathedral, with seating, shade and terraced flowerbeds surround the fountain, a perfect sanctuary f...
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#15 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
The park at Millers Point gives breathtaking views from the Harbour bridge to Balmain, Anzac bridge ,Darling Harbour and Barangaroo With well maintained running paths, soft areas for yoga and sweeping gardens it i...
I live in Sydney, this is the best tour I've been on here and around the world, the guides were amazing, the park and view beautiful.
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Wendy Whiteley's Secret Garden North Sydney 3.1 km away
#1 of 11 Nature & Parks in North Sydney
A place to relax, to meditate, to have an intimate picnic, to join to nature and enjoy the Harbour view, while the kookaburra is laughing happily on one of the benches.
Hidden on the side of the hill on harbor-side of Clark Park Lavendar Bay this delightful tiered garden is a sanctuary with great harbor views away from the busy streets of North Sydney.
#16 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
... the rolling waves hitting those huge rocks ,the beachside Bondi town was full of colorful shops and boutique centers and restaurants ,we then went over the rocks on a walking trail and savored nature at its best
If you are a beach babe you'll enjoy everything about it, white and fine sand, waves, sun <3 Aside from swimming, surfing, walking, getting a tan, you can also jog around its park, walk your dog, have a picnic, or...
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Cockatoo Island Cockatoo Island
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Cockatoo Island
Great care has been taken to ensure as much as the site remains open to the public with a result that will delight historical and nature lovers alike.
From Circular Quay there are the standard ferries and then at certain times the River Cat towards Olympic Park which is a bit faster and Cockatoo Island is the first stop.
#18 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
We visited this beach several days - thanx to advice we visit and I can say it is a must go beach...we've been walking to it and seeing different spots for swimming and for kids few parks and playgrounds close to...
There is a massive park filled with palms with plenty of shade and grass also a kids park.Cafes and fish and chip shops near by.
#19 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
New lovely big safe enclosed park for young children,with lots of things to climb, sit on slide down or ride.
You can park nearby and access is all level.
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Blues Point Reserve McMahons Point 2.2 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in McMahons Point
The views of the bridge, Walsh Bay and Luna Park are hard to go past!
I have taken elderly people there to admire the view while I took children to the park.
#20 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
The BEST way to enjoy Sydney Harbour is via the Fort Denison Heritage Tour by the N.S.W National Parks which runs daily from Circular Quay Wharf 6 every half hour from 10.30 am.
You can get to the island by a Captain Cook ferry for $20 adult return fare that includes the park entry fee or book a guided tour through the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service - by phone.
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Sydney Park St Peters
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in St Peters
... established It is also a dogs friendly parc and a large children fun parc fenced is created Car park is also available on several parts of the parc Great views of the bay city and airport We love our parc Than...
Wetland filtration system for storm water collected within the park provides a great habitat for many water birds, turtles and eels.
#22 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
The choice was excellent and plentiful and the seating area had superb views of both koalas and the rest of the park from above.
Each park or zoo had its specialties, but Wild Life Sydney had the best koala experience.
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#23 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
Highly recommended if you are wanting to relax and have kids that take interest in nature.
... Circular Quay then found out when we got there that we could have got entry to 5 attractions (Madame Tussauds, maritime museum, aquarium, zoo/wildlife park and the Sydney tower) for only a couple of dollars more.
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#24 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
This far-flung park girdling the harbour area has many excellent walking trails, of which we sampled a few.
But fortunately it has been preserved as the Sydney Harbour National Park, due in part to an accident of history.
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#25 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
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#26 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
We thoroughly enjoyed the breathtaking beauty of the harbour and the wonderful little beaches and parks that we passed on our way.
... along the way, first a little rock pool (Erika's Crystal Baths, according to some writing on a rock), then some small beaches that could be good for paddling, and then you end up at Shark Beach in Nielsen Park.
#27 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
If you need a place to tire the kids out for naptime, Tumbalong Park is the perfect place!
Tumbalong park has lots of water channels with pumps and adjustable dams to keep the kids happy for ages.
#28 of 131 Nature & Parks in Sydney
There is a nature park at one end and the South Head Heritage Trail at the other end.
Don't expect to park nearby.
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