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Bradleys Head Tours

Bradleys Head
Extending out of Sydney Harbour’s north shore, Bradleys Head overlooks many of the sights of Sydney, and visitors flock here for views of the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and Fort Denison. Many will come and linger with a picnic or a fishing spot, or take off on one of the many hiking trails. The popular Bradleys Head to Chowder Bay walk grants even better views of the bay, with the option to continue a longer walk onto the Split Bridge track.
Address: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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Half day Manly Beach and more

Half day Manly Beach and more

This half day allows us to see some of Sydney's best beaches, Sydney Harbour and Barangaroo Reserve. We start at Bradleys Head and do a short bushwalk to some military relics with an interesting history. At Georges Heights we will see the Gunners Barracks and sweeping views of the harbour. We then head to popular Balmoral Beach for a stroll on the boardwalk and at Manly Beach a highlight is a walk via an aquatic reserve to pretty Shelley Beach. It is time for a nutritious lunch followed by a stop at North Head to enjoy the bush setting of the Sydney Harbour National Park and some outstanding views. We will then peruse several beaches to the north of Manly and on the way home we visit the new urban renewal project, Barangaroo Reserve. The day is flexible and we can talk about a few variations on the day. This tour is for your group only, includes a nutritious lunch and you will picked up from and returned to your hotel. It includes four short walks of around 15 – 20 minutes each.
  • 5 hours
  • Free Cancellation
Price varies by group size
Price varies by group size

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