Study Breaks with a View

Studying can be an intense and demanding task, requiring hours of focus and concentration. However, taking breaks is essential for maintaining productivity and preventing burnout. Sydney, with its stunning landscapes and picturesque views, offers a plethora of scenic spots where students living at Be.Accommodation can unwind and reflect.

1. Royal Botanic Garden:

Nestled in the heart of the city, the Royal Botanic Garden is a sanctuary of tranquillity amid the urban bustle. Take a leisurely stroll along winding pathways shaded by lush foliage and find a quiet spot to sit and admire the vibrant array of flowers and plants. You will also have iconic Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge as a backdrop while you relax.

2. Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk:

For those craving a dose of sea air and stunning coastal vistas, the Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk is a must-visit. Take a break from your studies and embark on a refreshing walk along the coast of Sydney, stopping to admire the art sculptures along the way or to simply sit and watch the waves crash against the shore.

3. Centennial Parklands:

Spanning over 360 hectares, Centennial Parklands is an expansive green oasis in the heart of Sydney. Whether you prefer to relax under the shade of a tree, go for a jog, or have a picnic with friends, Centennial Parklands offers plenty of opportunities to unwind and reconnect with nature.

4. Bradley’s Head:

Situated on the northern side of Sydney Harbour, Bradley’s Head offers panoramic views of the city skyline, Harbour Bridge, and Opera House. With its tranquil atmosphere and stunning outlook, Bradley’s Head is the perfect spot to take a well-deserved break from your studies. If you enjoy bushwalking, walk through the national park and make your way to the Bradleys Head Amphitheatre, where you can take in the view.

5. Wendy’s Secret Garden:

Created by artist Wendy Whiteley as a tribute to her late husband, this garden is a wonderland of winding pathways, secluded nooks, and lush greenery. Take a break from your studies and wander through the garden’s meandering trails, discovering hidden sculptures and tranquil corners perfect for quiet contemplation.

6. Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair:

Perched on the eastern edge of the Royal Botanic Garden, Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair is an iconic Sydney landmark that offers sweeping views of the Harbour Bridge, Opera House, and Sydney skyline. Named after Elizabeth Macquarie, the wife of a former governor of New South Wales, this sandstone rock cutout is a popular spot for locals and tourists alike. Grab a seat on the chair-shaped rock ledge, and take in the mesmerizing vistas as you enjoy a well-deserved study break.

When you are living in student accommodation in Sydney, there are a myriad of scenic spots where you can take a study break, unwind, and reflect amidst stunning natural beauty. So next time you need a break from your studies, why not venture outdoors and immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring landscapes that Sydney has to offer? Your mind will thank you for it.