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We love get­ting out in the fresh air and bask­ing in the au­tumn sun with one of the city’s many coastal walks. Whether by the beach or by the bay, Syd­ney has plenty of op­tions for some fun in the sun. For more great places to walk in Syd­ney visit where­trav­

Syd­ney Fore­shore

Did you know you can walk along the har­bour and see all of the city’s top at­trac­tions along the way? Start at the Art Gallery of New South Wales and head to Mrs Mac­quar­ies Point for some awe-in­spir­ing pho­tos. Then it’s off through the Royal Botanic Gar­den Syd­ney, stop by the Syd­ney Opera House, head around Cir­cu­lar Quay, walk un­der the Syd­ney Har­bour Bridge and fin­ish at Baranga­roo.

Bondi to Bronte

If you are af­ter an iconic Syd­ney beach walk, then this is it. The ap­prox­i­mately 3-kilo­me­tre coastal walk be­tween fa­mous Bondi Beach and equally beau­ti­ful Bronte Beach is of­ten at the top of ev­ery tourist’s to-do list, and it’s easy to see why, with pic­ture per­fect views all the way.

The Bay Run

This walk­ing path in Syd­ney’s in­ner-west is very pop­u­lar with jog­gers, cy­clists, so­cial walk­ers and fam­i­lies. Span­ning ap­prox­i­mately 7 kilo­me­tres it loops around Haber­field, Le­ich­hardt Park, over Iron Cove Bridge and around Hen­ley Marine Drive to Rodd Point. You’ll get bay views all the way, and it’s a su­per pleas­ant way to start your day.

Manly to Spit

Lo­cals love the won­drous Manly to Spit walk. The 10-kilo­me­tre trail is no easy feat, and will take 3-4 hours, but you can just do a smaller sec­tion if you choose. Stun­ning beaches and bays line the walk, and you might even be lucky enough to spot a whale or two dur­ing mi­gra­tion sea­son (May–novem­ber).

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