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Where to Stay in Sydney to Walk

Thinking about which of the city’s best walks you’ll do will determine where to stay in Sydney. If you’ll be doing other things during your stay, it doesn’t really matter where you stay as it’s fairly easy to get around… but if you only have a short time in Sydney and like the sound of […]

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Royal National Park Cabins Open Day

Have you ever wanted to know more about the Royal National Park cabins? On the annual open day, hear directly from members of the shack communities for the National Trust Festival. You’ll hear how the cabins have been built and maintained by generations of local families away from the mod cons of 21st century life. […]

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NSW Heritage Festival 2019 Sydney events

Every place has a story. It’s these stories that transform locations to a sense of place. The annual NSW Heritage Festival offers a range of history-focused events. This year, the Australian Heritage Festival will be held between 18 April and 19 May 2019. We update this page every year to bring you the latest events. Sydney […]

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Sydney walking charity events challenges

Sydney Walking Events 2019

Here is definitive list of Sydney walking events 2019. It’s an event calendar of challenge walks in Sydney and surrounds, including Wollongong and the Central Coast. Whilst all are challenging, some are true long distance charity walks, with a few 50km or 100km walks for charity. We update this walking events calendar throughout the year, […]

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Narrabeen Beach walk

Mona Vale Beach to Narrabeen Beach Walk

Maybe this is true of other places, but in Sydney everyone knows their patch of the city and never dares to cross invisible geographic or perceived cultural boundaries (that old “north of the Bridge” problem, or inner west versus “westy” west, and my favourite – “never been further south than the airport tunnel”). You know […]

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1831 Hotel Sydney Review

About the 1831 Hotel With a nod to its heritage, fresh paint and a bedding upgrade transformed the long-standing Pensione Hotel on popular thoroughfare George Street, into the budget-friendly boutique 1831 Hotel. Keeping prices relatively low for the city centre, it offers the bare minimum of facilities, trimmings and room size, while keeping convenience and […]

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Find Walking Groups Sydney

If you’re new to Sydney or your mates or partner aren’t the bushwalking type, don’t feel you have to walk alone. You’ll never hike solo if you don’t want to (besides, is it even safe to walk alone in Sydney?). There are different types of walking groups Sydney to suit your style. Here’s how to find […]

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Castle Rock Beach, Sydney Harbour, on the Spit to Manly walk

Castle Rock Beach

Castle Rock Beach is a quiet Sydney Harbour beach near Clontarf and Manly that can only be accessed on foot. Below are two options of getting to Castle Rock Beach, either as part of the Spit to Manly walk, or driving to nearby streets. Castle Rock Beach is Stop 7 on the Spit to Manly […]

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South Head heritage trail Walk

Watsons Bay Walk

The Watsons Bay walk on the South Head Heritage Trail is the southern gateway to Sydney Harbour. Rich in early settler and forgotten military history, the Watsons Bay walk is home to the historic Hornby Lighthouse, one of Australia’s first lighthouses. It’s the easiest way to escape the city and yet still enjoy city and […]

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Karloo Pools Track Walk Royal National Park

Karloo Pools

Karloo Pools is an oasis in the bush and one of the best natural swimming holes Sydney has to offer. They are a group of natural rock pools a short walk east of Heathcote Train Station in Royal National Park, Sydney. Karloo Pool, the main pool, is around 20m long and 10m wide, with a […]

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