When you board the ferry for watson's bay at circular key's for the first time it is something akin to a young child going into a sweetshop for the very first time with his mother and being told to pick a sweet, except one sweet is never enough, and this is what it is like when you visit watson's bay. When the ferry pulls in at the landing stage you are greeted with a view of a small beach to your left as you dock, with a beach which has golden sand and quite simply clear water which on a nice day just lap's up the shoreline, plenty of small and medium sized boats abound the shoreline and cove. On the shore you have both Doyle's eating establishments, one alongside the wharf as you step off the ferry and the other one just a little bit further on to your left, you can cross the road and then enter a park which has a drinking fountain sited as you enter the park, this has a facility that allow's you to refill your water bottle, which is a very good thing to do on a hot day, you can now proceed through the park which has quite a steep climb to the top of the park, and if you cross the road and climb up the concrete steps(20 to25) you will then be greeted with a quite magnificent view of the Gap, where the cruise ships as well as other ships come through on their way to Sydney harbour) the ocean views are quite stunning. When you are next in Sydney if you have not already visited Watson's Bay then please take the trouble to visit, you will not be dissapointed I can promise you that much.
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