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The per­fect day in Manly


Manly's beach­side lo­cale has over 150 bars, cafés and restau­rants to ex­plore. Snug­gle up with a cock­tail and pizza at the iconic Hu­gos, or en­joy a pub meal whilst warm­ing by the fire at Ho­tel

Steyne. From out­door din­ing op­tions, water­side lo­cales, seafood aplenty and re­laxed ca­sual fare, you are sure to get your fill in Manly.

The Boil­er­house

1 North Head Drive, Manly. qs­ta­

Hu­gos Manly

Shop 1, Manly Wharf, East Es­planade, Manly. hu­

Ho­tel Steyne

75 The Corso, Manly. ho­tel­


For win­ter warm­ers and cozy hotspots, ex­plore the mag­i­cal laneways around Manly. From Bel­grave Car­tel to The Hold and Donny’s

Bar, Manly has a small bar crawl sorted.

The Hold

Shop 4, Syd­ney Road Plaza, Manly. the­

Bel­grave Car­tel

6 Bel­grave Street, Manly. bel­grave­car­

Donny's Bar

7 Mar­ket Place, Manly. don­ Clock­wise from top: Manly Wharf; Q Sta­tion; aerial view of North Head and Syd­ney Har­bour Na­tional Park; Whale watch­ing sea­son.


Be spoiled for choice in Manly. Browse the funky bou­tiques and surf stores or check out unique open-air week­end mar­kets fea­tur­ing lo­cal de­signs, art and fash­ion, ev­ery Satur­day and Sun­day from 9am–5pm, weather per­mit­ting.

Manly Mar­ket Place

Syd­ney Road, Manly. man­ly­mar­ket­

Abo­rig­i­nal Dream­time Fine Art Gallery

36 The Corso, Manly. abo­rig­i­nalfin­

Rip Curl

100 The Corso, Manly.


Crisp days call for some lo­cal wan­der­ings. Why not take a ferry around to, or a bike up North Head to ex­plore the his­tory of Manly's Quar­an­tine

Sta­tion. Pop in and en­joy the scrummy de­lights on of­fer at the on­site restau­rant

The Boil­er­house. July sees the whale watch­ing sea­son in full swing. Look­ing for more lo­cal, in­sider's knowl­edge? Drop into Hello Manly – the Of­fi­cial Book­ing and In­for­ma­tion Cen­tre to grab your free map and hit the friendly staff up for all your book­ing and ac­tiv­ity needs.

Hello Manly

Manly Wharf Fore­court.

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