Blue Mountainsblue mountains

Discover the beautiful wilderness on Sydney’s doorstep on a day or weekend trip to the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains with its iconic rock formation “Three Sisters” and plenty of nice walks. There are plenty of amazing bush walking tracks to explore throughout the Blue mountains region, tracks are available from easy grade to experienced walkers only – make sure to check the grade and approx. distance before heading off on one of the Blue Mountain Walking tracks. More information here.

North HeadNorth Head Manly

Take a walk on the loop trail around North Head in Sydney Harbour National Park to get stunning views of Sydney harbour and the panoramic city skyline. Featuring beaches, cliffs, magnificent headlands and historic sites, the Manly Lagoon to North Head loop walk is one of Sydney’s most spectacular walking tracks. The 1 km loop “Fairfax Walk” is an easy walk, ideal for walking with children and a great walk for whale watching. Make sure to stop at the lookouts to take some epic photos of coastal cliffs and the Sydney skyline.

Spit Bridge To Manly WalkFisher Bay Reserve from Spit Road

This 10km walk takes about 3 – 4 hours to complete, offering stunning views of the entrance to the harbour and over to the city. If you do not want to walk the whole way, you can easily dip in and out on many sections. It’s the perfect walk for those looking for exercise or just a stroll along the shoreline of Sydney Harbour. Make sure to take the side trips down to Grotto Point and up to Arabanoo Lookout – they are worth the effort and offer spectacular views. Plenty of beautiful small beaches along the way, so bring your swimmers for a refreshing dip along the way!