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1001 Walks You Must Experience Before You Die

I have two reliable sources of solace: nature, and books. So it’s no wonder I finally picked up 1001 Walks You Must Experience Before You Die, edited by Sydney-sider Barry Stone (and of course I immediately flicked through to find which Sydney walks made the grade). The bucket list concept doesn’t motivate me, and this […]

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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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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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Cahill Walk Sydney

The Cahill Walk in Sydney is one of the harbour’s most popular walks, despite being virtually unknown. This 2.2km (1.3 mile) urban stroll links Royal Botanic Gardens and Milsons Point to Circular Quay and Sydney Harbour Bridge. The best known and most popular section of the Cahill Walk is the northern end, more commonly referred […]

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Jibbon Bundeena walk

Where is the Jibbon Beach walk?

The Jibbon Beach walk is an easy coastal walk in Royal National Park, with well-preserved and easily accessible Aboriginal carvings. It’s a great way to start your exploration of The Coast Track. Allow 3 hours for the full Jibbon Beach loop (5km) OR allow 1-1 ½ hours straight to the Aboriginal carvings and back (3km) Not very hilly but quite a […]

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Manly Wharf on the Spit to Manly walk, Manly Scenic Walkway

Manly Wharf

Manly Wharf is Stop 16 – the final stop – on the Spit to Manly Walk, as seen in the downloadable Spit to Manly Complete Guide and Map. How to get to Manly Wharf If walking from The Spit to Manly, approaching from Fairlight Beach… After passing the former Sea Life Sanctuary and art gallery […]

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Forty Baskets Beach on the Spit Bridge to Manly Beach walk

Forty Baskets Beach

Forty Baskets Beach is Stop 13 on the Spit to Manly Walk, as seen in the downloadable Spit to Manly Complete Guide and Map. How to get to Forty Baskets Beach If walking along the Manly Scenic Walkway, coming from Reef Beach… Before reaching 40 Baskets Beach, a signposted track junction marks an “alternate route […]

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Dobroyd Head on the Spit to Manly walk. Manly Scenic Walkway.

Dobroyd Head

Dobroyd Head is Stop 11 on the Spit to Manly Walk, as seen in the downloadable Spit to Manly Complete Guide and Map. How to get to Dobroyd Head If walking from Crater Cove… Go past the turn-off to Arabanoo Lookout, continuing on the track to Manly. Your first reveal of Manly comes 100m past this […]

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Aerial view of Clifton Gardens on the Manly to Bondi Walk

Manly to Bondi Walk

The Manly to Bondi walk is the harbour section of Sydney’s Great Coastal Walk. It’s between the Palm Beach to Manly Walk and the Bondi to Coogee Walk, and is smack bang in the middle of Sydney’s coastal walks. You could do this in the opposite direction as a Bondi to Manly walk, but if […]

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Palm Beach to Manly or Barrenjoey to North Head

Palm Beach to Manly Walk

The Palm Beach to Manly Walk is a 50km coastal walk traversing Sydney’s entire northern coastline. It’s part of Sydney’s Great Coastal Walk. Start with the Barrenjoey Lighthouse Walk to Sydney’s northernmost point. It’s well worth the short, steep climb for the 360 degree views of Palm Beach, Pittwater and north over the Hawkesbury to […]

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