Where are the best Sydney walks?
We’ve uncovered the best Sydney walks to explore and enjoy. Get out and enjoy the spectacular sites of Sydney, from the harbour to the rivers and the Ocean views, beaches to the cliffs. Sydney walks are the most stunning and beautiful you’ll come across anywhere in the world!
We are truly lucky to live in such a beautiful, inspiring place. Check out the best Sydney walks below.
This walk starts at Palm Beach and ends at Barrenjoey Head – the most northern point of Sydney suburban region.
Hermitage Foreshore Walk
The classic walk for great view of Sydney City skyline in the far background.
The Hermitage Foreshore Sydney walks starts in Bayview HIll Road/Nielsen Park in Vaucluse. You’ll go bast the most impressive Wastson’s Bay, seen above with views toward the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, across Shark Bay.
Distance: 1.8 kilometres.
Manly to Spit
The Manly to Spit Bridge takes four hours to complete one-way. Wind your way through Sydney Harbour National Park and explore the many inlets and beaches. Start from Manly – take the ferry to the Manly wharf.
Distance: 10 kilometres.
Great River Walk, Penrith
Stunning scenery at the Hawkesbury-Nepean River.
Rose Bay to Watson’s Bay
This harbour walk takes you by some of Sydney’s nicest beaches, but without the crowds.
Take a ferry to Rose Bay.
It’ll take 4.5 hours to reach Watson’s Bay. You won’t regret this walk. You’ll see amazing beaches, bays, bush and even waterfalls.
– 8 kilometres
Seven Bridges Walk
Explore all of Sydney’s major bridges in this 28km epic. Take in nearly 40,000 steps, includes the Sydney Harbour Birdge, Pyrmont Bridge, ANZAC Bridge, Iron Cove Bridge, Gladsville Bridge, Turban Creek Bridge and Fig Tree Bridge.
Chinamans Beach to Balmoral Beach
Chinamans Beach is only accessible at low tide, BE CAREFUL. One kilometre south of Balmoral Beach you’ll find brilliant views of beautiful yachts, the Sydney Harbour National Park.
– 3 kilometres
Bundeena to Otford Coastal Track
26km walk – this is one for a long weekend? Camp overnight at North Era Campground, the Royal National park, this walk takes in spectacular cliffs. Swimming beaches are plenty. Keep your eyes out for whales during migratory periods – September to March.