This lookout provides an amazing view of Lake Burragorang in the Natti National Park. With plenty of picnic and
BBQ facilities, the lookout is the perfect place for a weekend day trip with friends and family. The walk to the lookout is short and easy,
so you'll have no trouble with little kids!
The Bondi to Bronte track is most common for everyday runners and tourists. Starting in Bondi,
the track has many pitt stops at other small serene beaches. Annually, the Sculptures By The Sea event is held
along the track, so be on the look out for that too! Keep in mind that the paths get quite crowded on weekends and
This walk is one of the best ways to explore Sydney Harbour from the south head! It's a great walk for both exploring history and
checking out the scenery. Along the way, you'll find heaps of small secluded beaches, and cute cafes and kiosks to stop at. Not many people know about this walkm
so it isn't anywhere near as busy as Bondi to Bronte, which makes the adventure all that better!
Does this place look familiar? Probably because you've seen it all over your Instagram feed! This place is breathtaking,
but it's definitely a hike to get to and isn't easy. Make sure you're fit enough before attempting the walk, and bring heaps of food/water. Check out the status of the site, because often its closed for safety reasons - but hey, it's worth a shot!
Located at Sydney's most northern point, Barrenjoey Lighthouse can be reached by multiple walking tracks - you can take the scenic route,
or those interested in a bit of a workout, there's a hiking track. The walks aren't as hard as they look, and they're definitely worth it in the end! You can
even bring your binoculars and look out for whales that occasionally make an appearance.