12 Sydney Walks That Will Blow Your Mind

South Head Walk

If you plan to travel to Sydney, Australia anytime soon you are going to want to embark on at least a few of these spellbinding Sydney walks. Sydney has so much to offer in terms of sun, sand, ocean waves, famous landmarks and picturesque mountainsides. The variety is unlimited and the beauty found throughout the capital of New South Wales is sure to spark some serious wanderlust.

Here are 12 Sydney walks that will take your breath away, enjoy!

1. Walk from Berowra Waters to Cowan Station

This walk stretches between Sydney and Newcastle and is a smaller portion of the Great North Walk. It still takes around 3 1/2 hours to complete and is not for the faint of heart (or the inexperienced hiker).


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2. Walk Manly to Shelly Beach

This walk is flat and easy to navigate but offers splendid views to inspire your mind and delight your soul.

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3. Walk from Christison Park to Inner South Head

This 90-minute walk includes awesome views of the Macquarie Lighthouse, Lady Bay, Camp Cove and The Gap.

South Head Walk

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4. Walk from Wooloomooloo to Circular Quay

This glorious walk takes you past Mrs. Macquiarie’s chair and includes views of the water as well as the Opera House.


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5. Walk from Bondi To Bronte

This gorgeous walk includes over 2 miles of oceanside perfection.


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6. Walk from Rose Bay To Watson’s Bay

This 4.9-mile walk generally takes around 4 1/2 hours to complete. You can finish your stroll with a delicious lunch of fish and chips at Watson’s Bay.


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7. Walk from Bradley’s Head to Chowder Bay

This 3-mile walk begins at the Taronga Zoo and takes you through the Sydney Harbour National Park, offering gorgeous bridge views and so much more.


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8. Seven Bridges Walk

Every year the Cancer Council charity walk stretches over 16 miles of amazing bridges including Sydney Harbour Bridge, Anzac Bridge, Iron Cove Bridge, Creek Bridge and more. This year’s event will be held on October 25, 2015.


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9. Walk Balls Head Reserve

This dog-friendly walk is the perfect stretch of land to take your favorite friends on leash. The North Sydney reserve offers a number of bushwalking tracks to pick from.


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10. Walk Sydney Harbour Bridge to South Head

This eight-hour walk takes you on a picturesque stroll across Sydney’s shoreline offering a chance to visit some of the prettiest suburbs in Sydney as well as some of its most incredible beaches.


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11. Glebe Foreshore Walk

This stunning walk ends at the Sydney Fish Markets, the perfect place to ‘catch’ a bite to eat post exercise.


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12. Walk Around Lake Parramatta

There are several walks to choose from around Lake Parramatta, including a 30-minute, one hour, and two-hour track.


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