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When international director and closet ghoul Alfred Hitchcock visited Sydney in the sixties this was his infamous point of reference. Locals know, and tourists do not, that this is the last stop for the desperate few, it also a beautiful location...more
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Need to freshen up the atmosphere, THEN facing a breeze from both the harbour and the sea with the spectacular views. Whenever stroll up & down the path, it is refreshing and enjoyable. On top of it, it is near Watson Bay where the locals...More
Took ferries from Circular Quay to Watson Bay and it was a short walk from Ferry Terminal. There were some tourists but the crowds was a lot lesser than other popular destinations.
The view was breathtaking! Great for a good walk. Its connected to neighbourhood...More
The Gap shows the beauty of nature. It is so amazing. Thanks to the gap, Sydney could have the most beautiful and the richest harbour in the world. Take a ferry and you can enjoy the view of Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House, finally...More
This place has some of the best views of the entrance to Sydney Harbour. During whale watching season, quite often you can see whales frolicking in the water. It has also a sad history because of its sheer cliffs. Overall worth while visiting whilst doing...More
The view really is amazing but it isn't exactly safe. You can go quite high up and are located about rocks. There have been many incidents where people have climbed over and well, jumped off. It is beautiful but I think they should put more...More
This is a beautiful lookout to the water. Very steep so there are gates and such. Apparently this is the popular spot for Aussies to come to commit suicide. For that reason there are cameras and lots of Lifeline signs posted. Nice to visit none...More
We caught the ferry from Circular Quay to Watson’s Bay and strolled across the park to the coastal walkway. The Gap headland has spectacular views out over the ocean and back across the harbour to the CBD. We strolled along further enjoying the coastal views...More