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Long Reef in Collaroy on Sydney’s northern beaches is a picturesque headland that functions as a popular recreational destination. It is home to a golf course, a walking trail, several beaches, a paragliding spot, and lookout points.
The best way to explore the natural beauty of this headland is by doing a 3.5 km circuit walk that passes Fishermans Beach, Long Reef Point Lookout, Long Reef Beach, and Griffith Park.
The 7 km return walking trail to Little Marley Beach from Wattamolla is one of the
prettiest walking trails in the Royal National Park.
The first section of this easy walk meanders through a patch of scenic bushland and the second part is on top of the cliffs following the coastline.
The Coogee to Maroubra walk is one of
Sydney’s best coastal trails, and is an extension to the popular and much busier Bondi to Coogee walk.
While one section goes through suburban streets, the walking trail between Coogee and Maroubra offers sensational coastal scenery from start to finish.
The 2.6 km return walk from Putty Beach to Gerrin Point Lookout in
Bouddi National Park is a family-friendly coastal trail through beautiful scenery.
This easy walking track forms part of the popular 8 km Bouddi Coastal Track, so there is the opportunity to extend the walk and make a day of it.
The coastal walk from Garie Beach to Era Beach in Royal National Park is a beautiful walking trail that forms part of the iconic Coast Track.
The trail takes in four beaches with a couple of steep climbs leading to vantage points with incredible views of the national park’s coastline.
The La Perouse circuit walk to Cape Banks is a moderately challenging trail through various landscapes, such as beaches, coastal cliffs, and bushland.
The beautiful natural scenery is complemented by a few historic sites that make this walk all the more interesting. The La Perouse walk is also far less busy than some of the better-known trails along Sydney’s coastline.
The Jibbon Beach Loop Track is an easy walking trail starting from the Bundeena ferry wharf to Jibbon Head, Port Hacking Point and Shelley Beach.
Enjoy panoramic ocean views and discover well-preserved Aboriginal engravings as you explore this beautiful area in the Royal National Park.
Wedding Cake Rock is one of the most iconic landmarks in the Royal National Park. It may be fenced off now, but it is still a unique sight to visit.
A relatively easy coastal walk starting in Bundeena leads to this rock formation, with beautiful views of the ocean and the cliffs to enjoy along the track.
The Rose Bay to Watsons Bay walk is one of the most scenic coastal walking tracks in
Sydney Harbour National Park.
The walk takes in secluded beaches, beautiful parks and picturesque bays, with amazing panoramic views of the city and the Harbour to enjoy along the way.
The Watsons Bay Walk is a scenic hike around South Head, featuring beautiful views of
Sydney Harbour, the city skyline, the Tasman Sea, North Head and the historic Hornby Lighthouse.
Watsons Bay itself is a popular family-friendly weekend destination, with various cafes, restaurants, beaches, and picnic spots to explore.