One of the most wonderful aspects about living in Sydney, are the picturesque walking tracks found along the Sydney harbour, beaches, and national parks. When living at Be.Accommodation, our residents have some of the most incredible walking tracks right at their doorstep.
Because there are so many fantastic tracks to choose from, we have curated a list of our top walking tracks in Sydney:
Glebe Foreshore Walk
The Glebe Foreshore walk begins at Bicentennial Park and ends at the Sydney Fish Markets. It is the perfect walk for anyone looking for a peaceful walk by the bay, encompassing incredible views of the Sydney Harbour, Sydney CBD, and the Anzac Bridge. At the end of the walk, treat yourself with fresh seafood and hot chips at the Sydney Fish Markets.
Maroubra To Coogee Walk
If you love cliff tops and ocean views, try the Maroubra to Coogee walk. Not only is it super local to Be.Accommodation, but it is truly one of the best walking tracks in Sydney. The sea views, rugged cliff tops and numerous ocean baths make it a very picturesque walk.
Botany Bay Coastal Walk
If rock formations and cliff tops are your thing, try the Botany Bay Coastal Walk. This walk features views of small sand dunes, hanging swamps, Boat Harbour Aquatic Reserve, and the Cape Baily Lighthouse. When you complete this walk, go for a some in one of Cronulla’s incredible pools or beaches.
Bundeena to Wedding Cake Rock
Imagine this: stunning sandstone cliffs, coastal lookouts, and seasonal flowers. If that sounds like something you would enjoy, the Bundeena to Wedding Cake Rock Walk is the trek for you. It is important to know that although this walk isn’t too look, the track can get steep and rocky, so it can be demanding for less experienced trekkers. However, it does offer a decent work out, sightseeing, bird watching and whale watching!
Bradleys Head to Chowder Bay
Looking for a stunning view of the city and the Sydney Opera House? Lace up your sneakers and start at Taronga Zoo Warf and make you way around the coast to Chowder Bay. While walking, you’ll experience the extraordinary views of the harbour, Sydney Opera House, as well as South Head, Rose Bay, Shark Island and Bradleys Head.
Watsons Bay to Hornby Lighthouse
If you are a history buff, this walk is for you. Starting at the Watsons Bay ferry terminal, you’ll follow a path along the beach until you pass through the wonderful Camp Cove. From there, take the cobblestone pathways that lead you to the historic Hornby Lighthouse. You’ll also see a lightkeeper’s cottage, old military cannons and sandstone gun emplacements. While at the lighthouse, you’ll be able to see stunning views of Sydney Harbour, Middle Head and North Head, and if you are lucky, you may even see some whales!