Explore the city’s most iconic waterfront suburbs by foot this summer at this new unmissable 80km coastal walk.
Surrounded by sparkling coastline, Sydneysiders have no shortage of options when it comes to walking by the waterfront. From the Eastern Suburb’s famous Bondi to Bronte walking track to the Northern Beaches’ Spit Bride to Manly walk, exploring the foreshore by foot has never been a more tempting option for locals and visitors alike. And this summer, a newly opened coastal track is set to give Sydneysiders even more reason to strap on their walking shoes.
Taking walkers between two of Sydney’s most iconic beaches, the new Bondi to Manly coastal walk is set to be one of the city’s most popular walking tracks this summer. Across 80km, the urban walking track covers some of Sydney’s most pristine coastline, with breathtaking views across the Harbour foreshore and beyond.
The walk is marked by 350 distinctive Aboriginal Whale Symbol signs, with an easy to follow App available to download to help you navigate along the way. For those wanting to tackle the entire track, get ready for an epic 7-day adventure of daily walks which lets you explore each of the trail’s most popular smaller tracks. There are also 4 day and 5 day walks that let you explore the best of the Bondi to Manly track.
But if you’re just looking for an active day outdoors or a morning in the sun, the track’s website also has a bunch of epic shorter walks that walkers can tackle in a couple of hours. Why not try the easy Cremorne Point Circuit Walk, a short 3km foreshore trail with sparkling views across to Mosman Bay and Sydney Harbour. Or why not try one of Sydney’s best walking tracks, the Manly Scenic Walkway, featuring beautiful bush tracks, secluded beaches and stunning harbour views.