WATTAMOLLA BEACH AND LOOKOUT: THE GUIDE REGION: Sydney LOCATION: Open in Google Maps BEST TIME TO VISIT: The warmer months. To avoid the crowds – autumn and spring. WALKING DISTANCE: 600m to lookout from Wattamolla TIME REQUIRED: 2 hours minimum TOURIST RATING/10: Very busy in …
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CARRIAGEWORKS FARMERS MARKET: THE GUIDE REGION: Sydney BEST TIME TO VISIT: Saturday Markets – Anytime LOCATION:(Open in Google Maps) WALKING DISTANCE: N/A TIME REQUIRED: 1hr+ TOURISTY/10: more of a local market not overly well known. CARRIAGEWORKS MARKET: THE EXPERIENCE Every Saturday 8am – 1pm Carriageworks …
TAMARAMA BEACH: THE GUIDE REGION: Sydney BEST TIME TO VISIT: Warmer Months – November to Feburary LOCATION:(Open in Google Maps) WALKING DISTANCE: N/A TIME REQUIRED: Entirely up to you TOURISTY/10: Busy, but not too busy! TAMARAMA BEACH: THE EXPERIENCE Tamarama Beach is one of the …
Kutti Beach is the ultimate hush hush in Vaucluse, accessible via a teeeeny tiny incognito staircase down the front of a miniature sailing club shed.
CONGWONG: THE GUIDE REGION: Sydney ACCESSIBILITY: Short walk from the La Perouse Loop BEST TIME TO VISIT: Sunrise – Sunset LOCATION: (Open in Google Maps) WALKING DISTANCE: 1km loop. TIME REQUIRED: 1hr+ Tourist Rating/10: Very busy in Summer TIPS: Congwong is for the kiddies and …
LA PEROUSE LOOP: THE GUIDE REGION: Sydney BEST TIME TO VISIT: The warmer months. Ideal Sunday vibes. LOCATION: (Open in Google Maps) WALKING DISTANCE: 500m loop | 10 mins TIME REQUIRED: Entirely up to you Tourist Rating/10: Very busy in Summer TIPS: For some delicious …
MAROUBRA TO MALABAR: THE GUIDE REGION: Sydney ACCESSIBILITY: Closed every Saturday, third Sunday and other times the Rifle range is in use. BEST TIME TO VISIT: Morning-Midday. LOCATION: (Open in Google Maps) WALKING DISTANCE: 7km loop. TIME REQUIRED: 2.5 hours. Tourist Rating/10: 4 – Mostly …
One of the most peaceful hikes we’ve ever done. If you’re in Kiama or Gerringong and love a good hike with epic coastal views – this is a must!
It has all your usual city beach amenities including bathroom and shower blocks, picnic tables, as well as two ocean pools.
We almost passed this small seaside town up, but we’re sooo glad we didn’t!
Well well well, if it isnt another stunning rock pool on the NSW coastline!
One for any photographers bucket listed. Especially gorgeous during sunrise.
The secret beach of the south. We just had to spill the beans on this one!
It’s all here. White sand, turquoise blue water, clear as can be! It’s not hard to see why Jervis Bay is so popular.
It’s not the whitest beach in Australia but it’s certainly up there. Located within the Jervis Bay National Park, Hyams is a gorgeous stretch of coastline.
When visiting Jervis Bay, the White Sands Coastal Walk is a must to experience some of the whitest sand beaches in Australia.
A little wander from your parked car at Wentworth Falls picnic area and BAM! your stunned by Jamison Lookout. But brace yourself, it’s the first of many unreal look outs in Wentworth Falls.
Wentworth Falls lookout is another stunning viewing platform showcasing the beautiful Jamison Valley and way beyond into the wilderness.
WENTWORTH FALLS: THE GUIDE REGION: Blue Mountains ACCESSIBILITY: Private/hired vehicle, public transport BEST TIME TO VISIT: Anytime LOCATION: (Open in Google Maps) WALKING DISTANCE: 4 mins from Fletchers Lookout |13 from picnic area TIME REQUIRED: entirely up to you 🙂 TOURIST RATING: 9/10 *Times are …
It took us around 25 minutes to get up to Princes look out from the Undercliff trail and we were so glad we did it.. What. a. view.
TOP 5 LOOKOUTS IN WENTWORTH FALLS: THE GUIDE REGION: Blue Mountains ACCESSIBILITY: Private/hired vehicle, public transport BEST TIME TO VISIT: Anytime LOCATION: (Open in Google Maps) WALKING DISTANCE: – TIME REQUIRED: entire loop track was 3 hours incl. photo stops. TOURIST RATING: 9/10 *Times are …
CRONULLA HEADLAND: THE GUIDE REGION: Sydney ACCESSIBILITY: Private/hired vehicle, public transport. BEST TIME TO VISIT: Daylight hours LOCATION: (Open in Google Maps) WALKING DISTANCE: 6km Loop TIME REQUIRED: 2-3 hours TOURIST RATING: 6/10 *Times are approximate and depend on traffic Cronulla Headland: THE EXPERIENCE As …
At first glance it’s absolutely beautiful. There’s a sense of history with the large sandstone bridge that stands high above the treetops.
Ok, this place is sunset location GOALS. Wide sea of lush green wilderness, beautiful surrounding rock formations and the calming sounds of Glenbrook creek flowing down the bottom. Chalmers Lookout was CHARMING!
It all started with an IG poll on our story… We let our followers vote to see us either doing a hike or going to a market. And market it was! We Googled “markets on today in Sydney” and straight away Marrickville Markets caught our attention!
Showcasing a massive 34km stretch, Stockton’s incredible sand dunes are the largest in the Southern Hemisphere.
Boat Beach: THE GUIDE REGION: Mid-North Coast, NSW. ACCESSIBILITY: Private/hired vehicle. BEST TIME TO VISIT: Anytime, Open 24hrs. LOCATION: 3hrs drive from Sydney CBD* | 40km 0:40 from Forster center (Open in Google Maps) WALKING DISTANCE: N/A – parking is practically on the beach TIME …
Kenny walk is a smaller part of the larger Port Macquarie Coastal Walk. And it can be done in a 1km loop if you’re looking for a quick coastal fix with maximum views.
The official lookout is located within the Kattang Nature Reserve and you’ll know you’re headed to it when you pass a NSW Parks and Wildlife sign that says “Charles Hamey Lookout 500m” with an arrow pointing into the reserve.
The little beauty is situated on the top of Town Beach and looks northward to the break-wall and Pelican Point and south along the bank of the hill. It’s super convenient being just 5 minutes out of town, with its own parking and a staircase that leads directly down to the beach.
For the most part the surrounding trees are quite dense so you’ll feel deep in a rainforest. Every now and then the trees will open up and offer views down toward Shelly beach.
Sitting atop the most easterly headland you’ll find after goingnorth from Sydney is a pristine building from the 1800’s whose brilliant whites had us reminiscing of warm summers in Greece.
The tide was on its way out when we visited and we found a gorgeous little canal like waterway that was open at both ends to the ocean but had the most calm pool of water sitting right in the middle.
Miners Beach is unique for 2 reasons. The first being its beautiful sandspit and attached rock outcrop that reveals itself during low tide.
Mountain View is a totally local track. meaning its never crowded. You can skip the loop and head straight to the lookout which takes legit 5 minutes, or you can extend the walk via the hole in the fence along Nepean St and explore the neighbourhood of Waterside.
NURRAGINGY RESERVE WALK: THE EXPERIENCE.
We would say Nurragingy walk was quite a leisurely one as opposed to some of the other walks we’ve done. The scenery was gorgeous, especially in golden hour.
RESOLUTE WALKING TRACK: THE GUIDE REGION: Sydney. ACCESSIBILITY: Private/hired car or bike. BEST TIME TO VISIT: To enjoy the beaches, Feb – March. LOCATION: 44.5km or 0:50 From Sydney CBD* Open in Google Maps WALKING DISTANCE: 500m/40min return to West Head Beach | 1k/1hr return …
Officially the Great River Walk, some call this track the bridge to bridge but for us that grew up round these ways, well… it will always be the River Run.
Constructed in 1819 to 1820 by convict labor, this swimming hole was initially called “Commandants Bath” and later changed – stemming from the indigenous word Bogey meaning “to bathe”
I don’t know who Susan is, but she must have been some lady to have one of the best beaches in Newcastle named after her.
The Newcastle Vegan market is a great opportunity for anyone experimenting with meat free alternatives as well as any foodie in general.
Tucked away down a gravel/dirt track is a well kept local secret. It’s a hidden beach on the banks of Lake Macquarie with water so clear it could be likened to the Whitsundays….no joke!
We entered via the largest cave following a large crevice out to the beach on the other side. The light that crept in highlighted the texture of the walls as well as all the footprints in the sand.