Sydney, a day at the beach
Escape the city and explore the best Sydney’s famous and secret beaches.
Shark Bay to Milk Beach
I’d like to start this post with this little beach located in the eastern suburb: Shark Beach, the beach is protected by a shark net during the summer months
Follow the track that leads you to the next beach. The view from the trail is remarkable and the walk is very pleasant
Milk Beach, a nice, quiet beach with an amazing view
Watson Bay to Camp Cove
Camp Cove is only ten minutes walk from Watson Bay, located on the end of the South Head peninsula, on the eastern suburb of Sydney.
The walk starts from there. It’s a scenic hike around South Head, with beautiful views of Sydney Harbour, the city skyline, the Pacific Ocean and the historic Hornby Lighthouse.
Info about South Heritage Trail: http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/walking-tracks/south-head-heritage-trail
Bondi to Coogee walk
Bondi Beach is probably one of the most famous and iconic beaches in the world
“Bondi” is an aboriginal word meaning “water breaking over rocks” or “noise of water breaking over rocks.”
TIP: Don’t miss out the Bondi Sunday Market
Follow the walk to Coogee, Tamarama is the next beach
And finally Coogee
Maroubra is a popular destination for experienced surfers and beginners, in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney
La Perouse on Botany Bay, in south-eastern Sydney
There are several beaches but you cannot miss especially LITTLE CONGWONG BEACH and BARE ISLAND
Manly Beach, located among the Northern Beaches of Sydney
If you are an expert surfer you are in the right place, but if you are not, just enjoy the view!
The song: Just Breath – Pearl Jam