A short but sweet coastal walk with a pit stop at one of the most tranquil ocean pools in Sydney.
Off the beaten track beaches never fail on the beauty scale! Reef Beach had some of the clearest water we’ve seen in Sydney.
Clontarf Beach to Castle Rock Beach is heavenly if you’re a sucker for some secluded bays with some of the most tranquil, clear waters.
Bradleys head is a short walk that will take you past three beaches and some pretty scenic fishing spots.
An ocean cliff lookout with a sad history and a story that will restore your faith in the kindness of strangers.
Short and sweet with full ocean and harbour views that starts and finishes at Camp Cove Beach.
One of the best short walks in Sydney. A must for visitors and Sydneysiders alike.
These sandy shores are located in the National Park near La Perouse. Congwong and Little Congwong are divine. One for kids and one for nudists.
A short but beautiful walk. La perouse is the ulimate Sunday hang out with a selection of nearby takeaway fish and chip shops to choose from.
Gorgeous short walk just minutes from Watsons Bay with views of the steep cliffs of Vaucluse.
Dramatic cliff views, perf for a secluded picnic with mates. If your keen to get your steps up make it a 7km loop and return via the back of the ANZAC Rifle Range.
If you’re in Kiama or Gerringong and love a good hike with epic coastal views – this is a must!
We almost passed this small seaside town up, but we’re sooo glad we didn’t!
Sydney has some exceptionally beautiful coastlines and Cronulla is no exception. This walk showcases some epic surf spots with some even better spots to sit out and surf watch.
A short 1km loop for minimum effort and maximum views that starts at Nobby’s Beach.
Sugarloaf is nothing short of spectacular. It perfectly situated atop a cliff that with full views over Seagull Island.
Nobby’s is a short climb that will have you feeling like you’re deep in a rainforest.
The colours in the rocks are absolutely gorgeous, unusual and striking. I had an immediate impulse to pick up a paintbrush and start creating.
PAROS PARK: THE GUIDE REGION: South Agean ACCESSIBILITY: Car, bike, ATV or taxi from Naousa Town. BEST TIME TO VISIT: Summer, 5pm til sunset. LOCATION: 16 min drive from Naousa Harbour | 22 mins from Parikia Port| Open in Google Maps WALKING DISTANCE: Aprox. 50 mins (Route 3) TIME REQUIRED: 1-2 hours …
Such a unique formation with a large sand spit that connects to a small island with a walking track that leads to a lighthouse. Adventure-guaranteed.
The contouring of the land and ocean around Sydney makes it the perfect for those that enjoy coastal walks.
Want to experience all the amazing Sydney city beaches in one hit? Bondi to Coogee has the lot just make sure you allow time to enjoy each one along the way.