All posts tagged: Sydney Harbour

South Head

Early Autumn days in Sydney can often fall into the “absolute sparkler” category – warm in the sun but not too humid, with sea temperatures hovering pleasingly in the mid-twenties. In a few weeks you’ll be pulling out coats, tights, and extra blankets for the bed, but before […]

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Milk Beach

My favourite time of year in Sydney is that lazy week between Christmas and the New Year, when most offices have shut down and everyone is in full leisure-mode. It not only allows for some serious battery-recharging, but also means getting out and about and […]

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The Secret Garden

Wendy Whiteley’s Secret Garden is hardly a secret these days, but it’s still one of Sydney’s most peaceful and secluded spots, with stunning views across the harbour to boot.

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Barangaroo to the Bridge

Sydney in winter is a bit of a lucky dip – sunny and crisp one day, rainy and blustery the next. Last Sunday sat staunchly in the latter weather system, but as I feeling inspired to get out of the house, I rugged up and […]

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Walking the Manly to Spit track

Last Saturday morning I took advantage of the stellar March weather and jumped on a ferry to Manly, destination: the start of the Manly Scenic Walkway, roughly 10km of tracks that hug the Sydney harbour coast from Manly Cove to the Spit Bridge. 

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