7 of Sydney’s Best Walking Trails

Sydney is home to many famous attractions, from architectural highlights to stunning harbours and beaches. The city however also offers lots of incredible walks! From challenging, long coastal walks, to gorgeous secluded walks and everything in between. Once you research a couple of walks you will see that there is lots to choose from! So how do you know which are the best walks in Sydney? Since there is an abundance of choice? I have walked many incredible Sydney walks ever since moving to Sydney. From walks with incredible city views to windy coastal walks, harbourside paths and lush bushwalks so densely covered with greenery that you will forget that you are just minutes from a hustling and bustling city. So, if you fancy stretching your legs a bit and want to head out, then here are my recommended 7 best walks in Sydney. They include harbour paths, bushwalks and of course a couple of Sydney’s incredible coastal walks. View Post

Beautiful Bradley’s Head to Chowder Bay Walk

The Chowder Bay to Bradley’s Head walk is an amazing short coast walk that offers incredible Sydney Harbour views, secluded beaches and a sense of bushwalking, even though you are pretty much in the city. The walk takes you through some of the best bits in Sydney Harbour National Park. Including past some interesting World War II stations, past impressive mansions and lots of typical Aussie wildlife. In this post, I will show you what amazing sights you could encounter if you would do this walk. I will give you some additional information on how to get to either Bradley’s Head or Chowder Bay, and show the nice beaches to stop at and possibly take a quick dip. Let’s dive in… View Post

Watson bay to rose bay walk | incredible coastal walk

If you have been following this blog for a while, then you know that I love nothing better then strapping on my walking boots and do a coastal walk during my days off. After living in Sydney for many years now, you’d think I had done them all, but the other week, I did the Watson Bay to Rose Bay walk for the first time – say what now! If you like a relatively easy walk, filled with amazing secluded beaches, and ridiculously beautiful city and harbor views, then I think you will like this walk as well. Follow me along this 8K walk and see some of Sydney’s best sights during the Watson Bay to Rose Bay walk. View Post

Cremorne Point Walk | Stunning Sydney Harbour views

Cremorne Point is one of the loveliest of the harbor’s peninsulas, and the walk around its forested foreshore gives you some of the most amazing cities views there is. Million-dollar mansions, green parks, stunning yachts, the chirping of birds….and hundreds of spiders. The only downside of this walk YUCK they were everywhere! But don’t let these creepy crawlers deter you from doing this walk! If you follow me on Instagram, then you have already seen some of my pictures of this walk. I had such a blast and I loved taking pictures (so be prepared for quite a few lol) In this post I will show you all the amazing things you will encounter on this walk. View Post

Two Creek Walking Trial | Sydney Hiking Trails

Just before summer hits and the weather is too hot to do anything but sit at the beach and swim in the ocean, I wanted to do a quick few more walks. After finally finishing the Spit Bridge to Manly Walk a few weeks ago (plus writing about it in detail) I wanted to do something a little different this time and not do a coastal walk. I opted for a walk with a bit more shade and a different scenery then Australia’s coast, I know, I am such a spoiled brat. I did some Google searching and found the Two Creeks Walk located an easy bus trip away.  It offers (according to Google) post-war cobbled tracks and stonework, Coachwood forests, sweeping water vistas, and vegetation communities ranging from moist gullies to Sydney sandstone gully bushland. I think that sounds pretty spiffy and decided to bind on my walking shoes and wander this 7.5-kilometer-long track. View Post
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