Best Bush Walk Parks in Sydney

Best Bush Walk Parks in Sydney
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Below is a list of the top and leading Bush Walk Parks in Sydney. To help you find the best Bush Walk Parks located near you in Sydney, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

This article is updated every 3-4 months.

Sydney’s Best Bush Walk Parks:

The top rated Bush Walk Parks in Sydney are:

  • Sydney Harbour National Park
  • Royal National Park
  • Spit Bridge to Manly Walk

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Sydney Harbour National Park

Sydney Harbour National Park
Sydney Harbour National Park

Sydney Harbour National Park protects islands and foreshore around Sydney Harbour. Explore Sydney’s history on a school excursion or guided tour to enjoy coastal walks, picnics and swimming.

Sydney Harbour National Park protects a number of islands and foreshore areas around one of the world’s most famous harbours. The park is home to superb swimming spots, bushwalking tracks and picnic areas, which offer a huge range of activities that will have you coming back again and again.

Products/Services:

Bush walks, Jogging, Sight-seeing, Bradleys Head, Clark Island, Dobroyd Head, Fort Denison, Georges Head, Goat Island, Middle Head, Nielsen Park, Rodd Island, Shark Island, Sydney Heads

LOCATION:

AddressBradleys Head Rd, Mosman NSW 2088
Phone: (02) 9337 5511
Website: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/visit-a-park/parks/sydney-harbour-national-park

REVIEWS:

“For those few people in the world who don’t know Sydney Harbour is the most beautiful in the world – find out for yourself!” -Laurie Power

Royal National Park

Royal National Park
Royal National Park

Royal National Park is inland from the eastern coastline of Australia, just south of Sydney. It’s characterised by coastal cliffs, secluded beaches and eucalyptus-rich bushland. Trails crisscross the park. One path leads to Bungoona Lookout, with views of Hacking River. The Uloola track showcases spring wildflowers and passes Uloola Falls. The park is inhabited by kookaburras, lyre birds and echidnas.

Products/Services:

Barbecues, Fishing, Bushwalking, Birdwatching, Whale Watching, Cycling, Surfing, Picnicking

LOCATION:

AddressSir Bertram Stevens Dr, Royal National Park NSW 2233
Phone: (02) 9542 0648
Website: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/visit-a-park/parks/royal-national-park

REVIEWS:

“Really beautiful park with loads to see and do. Lots of stunning walks through bushland and coast. A few beautiful beaches. Gets busy in holiday periods. Would highly recommend! I’ll be back to discover more.” -Mark Titley

Spit Bridge to Manly Walk

Spit Bridge to Manly Walk
Spit Bridge to Manly Walk

Spit Bridge to Manly Walk – Explore one of Sydney Harbour’s most beautiful walking tracks, the Spit Bridge to Manly Walk, otherwise known as the Manly Scenic Walkway.

The route hugs the coastline, offering expansive harbour views while juxtaposing harbour-side homes with Aboriginal sites.

Finishing at one of Sydney’s most loved beaches, this is the walk to insist on for visitors, yet still offers surprises for even the most familiar local.

Products/Services:

Bush walking, Coast walking, Swiming, Picnicking, Ocean views, Spectacular Harbour

LOCATION:

AddressReef Beach Track, Balgowlah Heights NSW 2093
Website: www.sydneycoastwalks.com.au/spit-to-manly-walk

REVIEWS:

“What a beautiful walk on the coast from Spit Bridge to Manly Beach! It’s about 3 hours total so be ready for a little hike. You hike a bit along the coast and then walk through some residential streets. Make sure you follow the signs that have arrows and read Manly. There will likely be people on the same route too! You could take a ferry from Manly wharf to Circular Quay if that’s the direction you’re in. Worth the ride back for the experience and views, especially in the evening to see an illuminated Opera House on the way back!” -Raymond Wong

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