If you're looking to discover more of Sydney, get off the main roads & discover more of its beauty on foot. For some spectacular coastal views, try some of the walks along the coast from Coogee to Bondi, or the Manly To Spit Bridge trail featuring magnificent views of Sydney Heads. Alternatively head north for a beach walk in Palm Beach to the Lighthouse on the top of Barrenjoey headland. There are great walks almost everywhere in Sydney - see some of our favourites below.
The lake circuit is one of the many formal walking tracks in Lake Parramatta Reserve. The walk features many types of wildflowers, a small rainforest remnant at the rear of the lake and native birds and animals.
This near circular look is one of the royal national parks oldest tracks. Following the forest path, you will cross the lower slopes of Forest Island, a hill isolated by the valleys of the hacking River and Bola Creek.
The Clovelly to Maroubra coastal walk takes you along the shoreline from Clovelly to Coogee and then on to Maroubra. This walk is less crowded than the Bondi to Bronte so it offers a good alternative. The walk begins at
This walk will take you around the entire shoreline discovering the beautiful Sydney Harbour and Sydney city skyline. The walk is renowned for its flora (Sydney Red Gum, Coastal Banksia and Mat Rash, Swamp She Oak and
Discover Australia's most iconic beach, this walk will take you through the eastern suburbs beaches of Bondi, Tamarama and Bronte Beach. The spectacular ocean views and the celebrity spotting makes this a walk you should
Explore Sydney's stunning harbour foreshore and discover some of Australia's iconic features such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge, The Opera House and Luna Park. The walk also takes you past the Prime Minister's House in
This is a 26km walk exploring the beautiful Sydney Harbour. The walk takes you from the Sydney Habour Bridge to Hunters Hill. On this walk you will truly see what Sydney harbour has to offer (water, bridges, islands,
The Glebe foreshore walk takes your from Bicentennial Park to the Sydney Fish Markets at Pyrmont.The walk offers views of Sydney city and the harbour.Along the way there are plenty of places for a rest including Jubilee
Wrapped around Farm Cove at the edge of Sydney Harbour, the Gardens occupy one of Sydney's most spectacular positions. Established in 1816, it is the oldest scientific institution in the country and is home to an
The Spit Bridge to Manly Scenic Walkway is a series of short tracks, mostly less than 1-2km, including the Fairlight, Dobroyd and North Harbour walks. Each track covers a themed section of the harbour, so covering all of
Moore park is a great spot for a walk, picnic, jog or quick game of football. There's not much parking, but it's easily accessible by public transport, and best of al, it has some great views.
Barrenjoey Lighthouse was built in 1881 and is heritage listed. There is a fabulous walk up to the lighthouse starting from Palm Beach. If you are lucky you may even see whales. Take a camera to get the most amazing
Shelley beach is a sheltered beach in a protected cove to the south end of Manly's surf beach. The walk from South Steyne surf club round to Shelley beach is a quick 15min stop pedestrian walkway that takes you through
Combining beaches, rockpools, parks and spectacular coastal views, the Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk winds its way along 6 km of picturesque coastal paths at the edge of Sydney's eastern suburbs. Starting by the iconic
A perfect easy walk around the beautiful Narrabeen Lake - pram or bike friendly, with plenty of shade even on a hot day.
Elizabeth Bay is small but beautiful and worth a visit if you haven't been there. Don't go there expecting a full on work out cause, you'll barely break a sweat walking around the thing. The stroll is lovely, and there
Take a walk from Palm Beach to the Lighthouse on the top of Barrenjoey headland. The view boasts one of the best scenic view of the whole Northern Beaches. Approx 90 minutes from Sydney CBD, it's the perfect day trip,
The Bondi to Coogee walk is not only great exercise but lovely scenery and plenty of time to chat. During summer you can enjoy the beautiful sculptures by the sea exhibit where many Australians and international artists