Sydney Harbour is known worldwide for its beauty but did you know that much of this stunning shoreline is lined with beautiful walking tracks and for your added enjoyment over 30 beaches? Well now you do, so how do you
Finding the Best Walks in Sydney
Sydney is the perfect city to explore on foot. We spend time every weekend walking around the city looking for the very best walks in Sydney to share here.
When we write up the walks we include lots of photos and maps to make them easy to follow. We try to include tidbits of local information to help you uncover some of the cities secrets.
Everything from coastal beach walks like the famous Bondi to Coogee walk to less well-known gems like walks along the harbour foreshore and the south beaches right down to La Perouse and Cronulla.
Exploring Sydney on foot is my favourite way to see the city so dig in and find a walk that suits you.
Not sure where to start?
The most popular self-guided walks on the site are:
- A self-guided tour of The Rocks – Sydney’s historic area that takes about 2 hours to complete.
- Another discovering the best street art of the inner west of Sydney and some delicious eats to help you keep up your energy levels.
- A lovely short bushwalk along the edge of the harbour at Cremorne and can be combined with other harbour walks to make a day of it!
- We also have a list of the best coastal walks in Sydney
- Heading to the Blue Mountains? Check out these walks in Leura
We are constantly adding to these walks so come back soon or follow us on Facebook to see where we go next.
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