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Sydney Harbour Sydney, Australia 0.9 mi away
#1 of 141 Nature & Parks in Sydney
... views are stunning day and night There are fantastic walks, gardens, entertainment, restaurants, cafes, Luna Park And so much more A walk around the Opera House is a must, it has great bars and restaurants also.
Excellent day out, crusing around the harbour, planty of places to stop and relax or stay on your boat and anchor and relax to the gentle wave movement, jump on a ferry head to Manly or Taronga Park Zoo, North Syd...
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Bondi to Coogee Beach Coastal Walk Sydney, Australia 4.6 mi away
#2 of 141 Nature & Parks in Sydney
Great walk Great experience Great view Great nature Amazing Awesome Excellent Must visit bondi beach and do take a walk
Overall this was a great walk and really good weather also helped The tracks take you through parks and public space with gave a lovely insight into family life in Sydney with games and recreation for all Views we...
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Tomaree Head Shoal Bay
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Shoal Bay
National Parks are to be commended for providing a quality track which enable so many visitors to enjoy the views from the highest lookout overlooking the ocean.
The path begins at the Zenith Beach car park, and for quite a way is paved and smooth , then transitions into various sections of dirt and stony paths, metal steps and boardwalks and a couple of roughly cemented s...
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Wendy Whiteley's Secret Garden North Sydney, Australia 1.9 mi away
#1 of 14 Nature & Parks in North Sydney
Best accessed from the top through Clarks Park off Lavender Street, the garden winds it's way down the hill and is filled with creative plantings, quiet places to reflect, great views of the harbour and some wonde...
Hidden on the side of the hill on harbor-side of Clark Park Lavendar Bay this delightful tiered garden is a sanctuary with great harbor views away from the busy streets of North Sydney.
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The Opera House to the Botanic Gardens Walk Sydney, Australia 0.8 mi away
#3 of 141 Nature & Parks in Sydney
... greeted by wonderful sunshine, a great cruise ship berthed at the dock, festivals and entertainment on the Opera House foreshore, Smiling face of Luna Park across the harbour or just the beautiful view!!!!!
Great relaxing place to take visitors with spectacular views of the city, the harbour and the Opera House Beautiful gardens and lovely cafes dotted throughout the park.
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Royal Botanic Garden Sydney Sydney, Australia 0.7 mi away
#4 of 141 Nature & Parks in Sydney
This is a fabulous park land set alongside the city with many piece-full areas to relax Has some great wild life in amongst its vast array of tropical fauna’s Masses of parrots and some amazing giant eels in the lake
... gardens all the while providing insightful commentary) and "The Lake" (a large pond that includes a little footbridge toward the harbour side of the park and between Lady Macquarie's chair and the Opera house.
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Manly Scenic Walkway Sydney, Australia 6.9 mi away
#5 of 141 Nature & Parks in Sydney
The path weaves through neighborhoods then through the park, with stunning views of North and South Head, various grottoes and gorgeous rock formations, and multiple harbors.
Part of the route winds through a section of Sydney Harbor National Park, where -- in the heights near Grotto Point and Dobroyd Head -- you will find aboriginal art, and some beautiful views of the harbor.
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Cronulla Beach Walk Cronulla, Australia 13.0 mi away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Cronulla
We often will park the car at South Cronulla - or if we are feeling extra energetic, we will park further north along the beach at either North Cronulla, Elouera or Wanda, and walk down to Bass and Flinders and ba...
You can start from the promenade in front of Cronulla Surf Club , wander past Shark Island, Shelly Beach & Rockpool, Oak Park, Bass & Flinders Point and all the way to Hungry Point if you desire.
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Shelly Beach Manly, Australia 7.0 mi away
#1 of 13 Nature & Parks in Manly
Shelly Beach on the manly Scenic Walkway is also a gateway to North Head and Sydney Harbour National Park offering spectacular views, bushland and land-based whale-watching opportunities.
Shelly Beach is simply a little piece of heaven it’s a little west facing beach that takes sun all day long and is in a protected marine park so the sea life is plentiful.
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South Head Heritage Trail Watsons Bay, Australia 4.9 mi away
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Watsons Bay
Having had a FANTASTIC time on a tour with National Parks tracking the route of the Japanese submarines in Sydney Harbour we booked a tour of the South Head Tunnels which were used to protect the Harbour back in t...
I have done this walk at least 15 times, easy to drive to and park, walk across the sand (near the kiosk) up the walk way and an easy walk out past the nudie beach to the headland walk which is a loop.
Chinese Garden of Friendship Sydney, Australia 0.6 mi away
#7 of 141 Nature & Parks in Sydney
If you enjoy landscape design the garden is truly beautiful and if you have children perfect for nature play, lots of hiding places, stepping stones and abundant koi and water dragons which were quiet friendly.
Koi ponds and many trees it's a nice little park nestled right in the hubbub of s very busy city.
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Balmoral Balmoral, Australia 4.2 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Balmoral
... eating and talking... Great spot, always lovely, with lots of choices for places to eat (yum fish and chips to eat sitting on a park bench; delicious brekkies; fine dining... whatever you want is available...).
Top cafes and of course Bathers pavilion restaurant and cafe are a must for any interstate or international visitors walk all the way to the south and visit the park and Boathouse cafe , even rent a Kyack or a sai...
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North Head Sanctuary Manly, Australia 6.2 mi away
#2 of 13 Nature & Parks in Manly
A Walk through the national park at North Head Sanctuary is one of the most enjoyable of any in Australian cities. Spectacular views of the ocean and heads are provided by several lookout platforms.
Its an easy drive from Sydney and only a short walk from the car park to get to the point where you really do get a million dollar view of the sydney harbour and the open sea, one of the highlights of our trip to...
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Narrabeen Lagoon State Park Narrabeen, Australia 11.9 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Narrabeen
Camping, Swimming, Fishing, Prawning, Canoeing, BBQs, Picnics, Walking, Jogging, Bike Riding, Restrauants, Desicated dog walking park.
Wonderful views all the way and a nice range of parks and cafes
Bronte Beach Bronte, Australia 4.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Bronte
Bronte is a truly stunning beach with a lovely green park behind it that offers BBQ areas and an awesome kids playground The beach also has an abundance of cafes on its south side.
Really like the walk down to the beach through Bronte park, great picnic park nice cool places to settle down and there's always the beach too with shady rocky areas.
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Nielsen Park Vaucluse, Australia 3.8 mi away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Vaucluse
Set in one of our National Parks and Wildlife trusts this gem is a thirty minute bus trip from Circular Quay (325 bus route) debus at the corner of Greycliffe Ave and Vaucluse Road (there is car parking but it fil...
Nielsen Park is very popular, especially on the weekend, when families/people come out with their picnic gear and spend the whole day in the shade of those magnificent trees and or go for a swim.
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Manly Beach Sydney, Australia 6.8 mi away
#9 of 141 Nature & Parks in Sydney
... swim on a patrolled beach , there's a lovely walkway towards Shelley beach where you can snorkel in the marine park ( 10 minute walk) away with plenty of tropical fish .....plenty to See and do in beautiful manly
Easily reached by ferry (fast & slow), be sure to take time out to visit this beautiful resort with its selection of pretty beaches, hiking trails and bicycle routes through beautiful nature reserves.
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Centennial Park Sydney, Australia 2.4 mi away
#10 of 141 Nature & Parks in Sydney
If you have any interest at all in flora and fauna and above all birdlife then you must visit this wonderful park, which is teeming with Australian birds from black swans to ibises, Australian magpies, herons, coc...
It's spring and Centennial Park is blooming - Black swans have little ducklings, the rose garden is starting to flower, the sun shines between the bush wilderness and lagoons.
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Irukandji Shark & Ray Encounters
#2 of 28 Nature & Parks in Port Stephens
On a deeper level, it created an awareness within me of the true nature of these beautiful creatures and how we need to love and protect them.
Learn about Nature and how you effect it.
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Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park Calga, Australia 30.8 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Calga
Located about 1hr drive north of Sydney you find a wildlife park with free ranging kangaroos (grey, red, plus many wallabies), Emus, Peacocks, turkeys and others....if you like to get "closer" to the animals and g...
The activities we enjoyed most were the koala and wombat experiences but it was amazing to walk around the park and casually pet the Kangaroos, chat to the staff or just watch the animals.
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Tamarama Beach Bondi, Australia 4.2 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Bondi
Love Tama ... it's such a gorgeous beach .. great cafe, kids park, plenty of beautiful white sand.
Just a short walk away from Bondi beach you can escape the crowds at Bondi beach here, but dont let the diminutive nature of the beach fool you - it has rip tides and is often closed to swimming.
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Coogee Beach Sydney, Australia 4.1 mi away
#11 of 141 Nature & Parks in Sydney
the waves crashing on the rocks and the park nearby are a wonderful site in Sydney to see...old Pavilon Hotel near by which is now full of eating places walk to the old Coogee Bay Hotel for a lunch it is quiet and...
A great kids park on right hand side of surf club if you face ocean , climbing ropes, wooden boat like structures kids love it.
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Palm Beach Palm Beach, Australia 20.1 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Palm Beach
A wonderful spot to visit in the Winter when the beach is quite, car parks are plentiful and locals very friendly!
Access to the beach is easy also and if lucky one can park under a tree
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Maroubra Beach Maroubra, Australia 6.0 mi away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Maroubra
Great beach, very big and open, lots of room for everyone to enjoy, parks and grassland for families and patrolled beach during Summer.
Also there is lots of area for kids and dogs, long coastal walk as well as visiting the national park nearby.
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Oakvale Wildlife Park Williamtown
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Williamtown
A short tractor ride around the park followed by feeding the farm animals, milking the cow, a walk around the animal enclosures, interactive and educational sessions on native animals, reptiles and farm animals ma...
Park has been developed to take on board it's child visitors with the adds of a great playground, splash park, dining areas & activities, on top of all the amazing animal encounters.
Symbio Wildlife Park Helensburgh, Australia 26.9 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Helensburgh
We had a wonderful day - a good range of animals, plenty of keeper talks, lots of shady spots to eat lunch and the splash park was a great way to cool off at the end of our visit - our son loved it!
The park has a plethora of species from across the world, Asia, Africa and the Americas as well as our native species, and provides so much opportunity to learn about the background of the animals and conservation...
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Australian Reptile Park Gosford, Australia 31.5 mi away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Gosford
This wildlife park is a joy! Kangaroos roaming free, Hugo the tortoise (he really is huge!) also comes out for a walk and there are talks all day on every different species which are both informative and funny.
... the Elvis Crocodile Show was also Amazing, we took a picnic lunch there are plenty of picnic tables available, we all had the best day ever, highly recommend the Australian Reptile Park for a great day out.
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The Gap Park Sydney, Australia 4.7 mi away
#12 of 141 Nature & Parks in Sydney
After lunch at Doyals in Watsons Bay, a great way to walk off those calories is to take the seanic walk from Watsons Bay along The Gap Park.
The Gap Park accessible via the Watson bay is a great option for a weekend getaway providing stunning views of the Pacific
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The Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan, Australia 28.1 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Mount Annan
Would thoroughly recommend for singles, couples, families, parties, friends, bird watchers, picnickers, flower lovers, nature lovers and I'm sure anybody else I've forgotten
Driving into the gardens and out again there is lots to look at and the park near the cafe is great for kids as it is fenced and also caters for older kids with a flying fox.
Blue Mountains National Park Glenbrook Glenbrook, Australia 34.2 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Glenbrook
Red Hands Cave Blue Mountains National Park, Glenbrook walking track, aboriginal rock art, drop toilet The road into the Red Hands Cave is unsealed but 2WD accessible and the walk from the carpark to the cave is a...
We visited the blue mountains national park on a day trip, there are plenty walks and to be honest you do need a couple of days here to enjoy its splendor
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