Sydney’s 6 Best Coastal Walks This Spring

After winter many of us need a kickstart to getting that summer body we forgot about over the cold months, and what better way to get back in shape then by exploring Sydney’s 6 best coastal walks this spring?

In Sydney we are lucky enough to be blessed with some of the best coastal walks in the country some of which we’ve already shared with you HERE, but now that we are in 2018, and here at Bondi Beauty added to our list of favourite costal walks.

1.    Brighton-Le-Sands to Sans Souci

We’ll ease you in with a not so challenging walk first. This walk is mainly flat paths along the beach that offers spectacular views the Shire. This walk is perfect for families, bikes, and is extremely dog-friendly. If you’re after that extra health kick on top of the 4km walk there also outdoor exercise equipment along the way.

  1. Spit Bridge To Manly Walk

If you’re looking for a longer walk, this 10km route is for you. Starting the track in Manly near the ferry port, you’ll wind past Dobroyd Head, roam through the Sydney Harbour National Park at Castle Rock before passing Clontarf Beach, Sandy Beach and Fisher Bay. If you’re feeling a little adventurous, you can take a detour to the Aboriginal rock carvings at Grotto Point Lighthouse.

3.    La Perouse to Yarra Bay

One of the shorter walks on the list is this 3km beauty from La Perouse to Yarra Bay. With panoramic views of Botany Bay this walk is perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon stroll. The track also offers fantastic wheelchair and pram accessibility.

  1. Bradleys Head To Chowder Bay Walk

Starting from the Taronga Zoo Wharf and weaving through the bush of some of Sydney’s Northern suburbs this 8km walk is filled with historic sites, beautiful heritage listed buildings and breath taking harbour views the whole way along.

  1. Barrenjoey To Avalon

One that will definitely impress any out-of-towner, or Sydney-sider for that fact is the 8.5km Barrenjoey to Avalon walk. Lead off the walk by ascending to Barrenjoey lighthouse before starting the route to Avalon. The views along will include plenty of beautiful beaches with an alternation of Pittwater and the Pacific Ocean.

6.    Balmain To Circular Quay

Yes you could drive/bus/ferry from Balmain to Circular Quay but where’s the fun (and exercise) in that? If you’re after a quick walk with water views and the potential for a cheeky drink at the end, this 40-minute trek is perfect for you. Starting off this walk between the inner-west’s unofficial suburb of pubs, through Pyrmont and finishing at Opera Bar makes for the perfect little cardio hit, or well needed break between drinks.


Amie Maclaine

Amie is a self-professed make up addict with a larger perfume collection than anyone in the southern hemisphere. There’s not a night of the week you won’t find her without a face mask on, and cup of peppermint tea in hand. With a passion for all things food and wellness, she’s the first to jump on a new heath trend. If she’s not rocking one of her well-loved rugby jumpers, you’ll find her in her active wear, Almond Dirty Chai in-tow, ready to take on the day.

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