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Kiama Coast Walk

If you’re wondering why Kiama is a must-see for outdoor adventurers or why everybody loves the blowhole so much, then head down the coast this weekend to see for yourself. The famous area doesn't just have a lighthouse and blowholes. There's the 22 kilometre Kiama Coast Walk which offers...

Cape Byron Walking Track

Named by none other than Australia's most well-known explorer, Captain James Cook, Cape Byron is a beautiful destination for anyone interested in seeing more of this country's spectacular coast. The most easterly point of Australian mainland, take the time out to take the 3.7km rewarding hike...

Fairfax Walk

The Fairfax Walk along the edge of Sydney Habour is one of the more popular walks, with picture perfect views of our favourite city. This short walk of less than a kilometer takes you around the beautiful headlands of Manly, ready to give you all the postcard shots you need of the CBD skyline,...

Great North Walk

Venture into 250km of natural and urban landscapes on the Great North Walk that winds from central Sydney all the way to downtown Newcastle. The walk is one of Australia’s most reachable trails with transport readily accessible from many starting points. Each experience is rated from easy,...

The Federation Cliff Walk

Not sure what to do on your next day off? Well, if you fancy spending your free time enjoying never-ending sea views and gazing out towards the horizon, then you must try Sydney’s Federation Cliff Walk. The track covers 5km along jagged sandstone cliffs and begins at Raleigh Reserve in Dover...

Mermaids Pools

Grab your swimming gear and head out to Wollondilly for a day at the beautifully secluded Mermaids Pools. Just over an hour out of Sydney and accessible via a forest walk, it’s the perfect mini-adventure! Starting at Rockford Road Bridge, the trail runs alongside Bargo River through...

Illawarra Fly Tree Top Walk

The Illawarra Fly Tree Top Walk is the perfect spot for a day trip with a stunning view of the rainforest. However, it’s not your typical rainforest walk as it’s the longest and highest elevated treetop walk in New South Wales. The impressive walk is 710 metres above the sea, and features an...

Lavender Bay to Kirribilli Walk

Who needs a boat to enjoy the harbour when you can take a leisurely stroll that packs in all the Australiana and iconic Sydney attractions you need? This lesser known, yet equally charming, walk highlights characters of popular children’s books and passes iconic monuments like Luna Park,...

Seven Mile Beach

Nestled on the Kiama Coast near Gerroa, Seven Mile Beach is perfectly equipped for families, action seekers and naturists. Hire a boat, snorkel, canoe or simply unwind with a book in the shade – there are first class activities to please everyone's budget. The fresh ocean air beckons all...

Cronulla Esplanade Walk

With stunning views of Australian coastline and a variety of cafes along the way, the Cronulla Esplanade is an easy, paved route that's perfect for a leisurely morning stroll. Accessible by car or train, the path starts at Cronulla beach and makes its way south around the peninsula, running...

Hermitage Foreshore Track

Unrivaled is the beauty of walking networks around Sydney Harbour’s coast – meaning you will want to go from static blob to active person in a wink! Just five kilometres from the CBD, Hermitage Foreshore Track is one of the best, offering stunning views of the harbour, historic properties...

North Head Trail

Covering the most important scenic sites around Manly, the 9.5-kilometre North Head Trail is the perfect way to experience the best of what the suburb has to offer. Explore the natural beauty of the surrounding ocean, stretches of sand, as well as historical locations over just a couple of...

Cahill Walkway

Take a leisurely stroll down the Cahill Walkway to gaze upon Sydney's picturesque Harbour from a bird's eye view. Begin your trek at Macquarie Street, just across from the Botanic Gardens, and rise above the mingling crowd to enjoy a new look at Australia's beloved landmarks - the Harbour...

Manly to Spit Bridge Walk

Exploring the little bays and inlets of the harbour are what makes the Manly to Spit Bridge walk special. Start at Manly Wharf and make your way past Oceanworld, up the scenic views of the Gallipolli steps and around to North Harbour reserve. Along the way delight in unspoiled Delwood and...

Iron Cove Bay Walk

The Bay Run is one of Sydney's most popular harbourside walks, encircling a large majority of Iron Cove in the inner-west of Sydney. The mostly flat pathway follows the course of Iron Cove, never deviating more than twenty metres from the water. This makes for some great views and is the reason...