Tambourine Bay Park to Warraroon Reserve Walk

Tambourine Bay Park to Warraroon Reserve walking track

The trail from Tambourine Bay Park to Warraroon Reserve is a family-friendly walk through a pocket of scenic bushland linking the suburbs of Riverview, Longueville and Lane Cove.

This easy 3 km return walking trail follows Tambourine Creek, which flows into Tambourine Bay which in turn is part of the Lane Cove River.

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Harold Reid Reserve Foreshore Track in Middle Cove

Harold Reid Reserve Foreshore Track in Middle Cove

The Harold Reid Foreshore Track is a family-friendly bushwalk in the small suburb of Middle Cove, with scenic Middle Harbour views to take in.

This walk explores the Harold Reid Reserve, a beautiful pocket of natural waterfront bushland on a Hawkesbury sandstone landform.

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Hat Hill to Bald Head Walking Track

Hat Hill to Bald Head walking track

The 7 km return walking trail from Hat Hill to Bald Head meanders through pleasant bushland scenery before arriving at a panoramic vantage point.

The views from Bald Head of the Grose Valley and the various landmarks nearby are pretty amazing and are worth the effort to get there.

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Discover the Dargan Arch in the Blue Mountains

Dargan Arch in the Blue Mountains

Dargan Arch, or Dargans Arch, is a natural sandstone rock formation that is shaped like an arch, located in a quiet area of the Blue Mountains, near the town of Bell.

A short walk leads to this beautiful spot, where you have the opportunity to walk across the top of the arch as well as venture down to the bottom.

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Three Sisters Walk in the Blue Mountains

Three Sisters Walk in the Blue Mountains

The Three Sisters is an iconic rock formation near Katoomba, facing the beautiful Jamison Valley. It is the most popular tourist spot in the Blue Mountains, attracting thousands of visitors every day.

A short walking track, starting from the information centre at Echo Point, allows visitors to see the Three Sisters from close by, with several scenic lookout points nearby to explore.

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18 Historical Buildings in Sydney

Old buildings in Sydney

Sydney is a relatively young city with lots of great (and not so great) modern architecture, but for the history buffs, Sydney has a lot to offer too.

The British colony of New South Wales was first established in 1788, and many historical buildings from the 19th century still stand strong today.

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Coachwood Glen Nature Trail in Megalong Valley

Coachwood Glen Nature Trail in Megalong Valley

The Coachwood Glen Nature Trail is a short and unpretentious bushwalk in the Megalong Valley area of the Blue Mountains.

The trail meanders through the beautiful landscape of the Coachwood and Mountain Ash forests, and includes a few crossings of the Pulpit Hill Creek.

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Discover the Mermaids Cave in Blackheath

Mermaids Cave in Blackheath

Mermaids Cave is a large sandstone rock overhang located in a scenic forest environment, with a small waterfall to complete the setting.

A very short walk, via a steep staircase with over 100 steps, leads to this cave in uniquely beautiful natural surroundings.

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