Hikes & Walks in Sydney

Sydney is the capital city of New South Wales. It is known for its beautiful coast line and coastal walks. There are plenty of walks around Sydney that cater needs for every kind of hiker/walker.

Public Transport

Sydney has four modes of public transport:

  • Trains
  • Buses
  • Ferries
  • Light rails

The main train station is the Central train station. The recent and up-to-date information on public transport can be found on NSW Transport website.

Opal card is the card used to travel within Sydney and can be used for any modes of public transport in Sydney. Opal card can also be used to travel to some of the cities in New South Wales as well. Opal cards can be topped up at any train station or news agency or 7/11 stores or online. More information on where all Opal cards can be used is found on the Opal website.

Guide | La Perouse to Maroubra walking track (Sydney)

Extension of Henry’s Head and Cape Banks walks is to walk till the Maroubra beach. It is a good long coastal walk and offers good views of the coastline. It is also a good walk to spot some whales. A easy good walk on a chilled out warm weekend is what this walk is about. …

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La Perouse to Maroubra

Guide | Henry’s Head and Cape Banks Walk

A spectacular coastal walk in the suburb of La Perouse in Sydney is the Henry’s Head and Cape Banks Walks. La Perouse is around 14 kilometres from Sydney CBD. The Cape Banks walk is an extension to the Henry’s Head walk. The walk is an easy walk offering great views of the ocean and is …

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Darling Harbour to Wynyard

Guide | Darling Harbour to Wynyard station (Sydney)

Sydney is one place where you can create your own walking path. You can walk between the buildings in the city and feel amazed by the beautiful concrete buildings. As I was bored of walking the same path, I decided to walk in the city from Darling Harbour to Wynyard station via many other Sydney …

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Rouse Hill and Norwest

Guide | Rouse Hill to Norwest walking trail (Sydney)

This is a walk between the suburbs of Rouse Hill and Norwest. They are the new suburbs and there are plenty of construction of houses happening. I did not like this walk much as it was walking in the suburban parks and roads. The Rouse Hill and Norwest walk do not provide any spectacular views …

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Guide | Manly to Mona Vale walk via Long Reef (Sydney)

A long and beautiful walk along the coast is the walk between Manly and Mona Vale. The walk surely provides beautiful beaches and spectacular views on the way. It also goes through some headlands. The walk passes through the below amazing beaches: Manly Beach Freshwater Beach Curl Curl Beach Dee Why Beach Collaroy Beach Logistics …

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Barrenjoey Lighthouse

Guide | Hike to Barrenjoey lighthouse (Sydney)

Built in the late 1800s, Barrenjoey lighthouse is a great sandstone lighthouse with spectacular views in the background. The lighthouse sits in the Barrenjoey head at Palm Beach and is one of the most iconic landmarks in Sydney’s northern beaches. It does provide a great spot for whale watching during the months of May and …

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Guide | Bobbin Head Track via Sphnix Memorial (Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park)

This weekend I did the Bobbin Head Track via Sphnix Memorial walk, in the Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National park. The walk starts at the Bobbin Head café and goes into the national park. It is an amazing bush walk passing through the rocks, stairs, creeks and bushes. Logistics of Bobbin Head Track Starting and ending point: …

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