Sydney's North Shore

Sydney's North Shore includes Mosman and Manly. See Sydney Harbour from two vantage points, Middle Head and North Head.

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Sydneys North Shore and Harbour

See the beautiful North Shore. National Parks on the Harbours edge. Milson Point, Bradley’s Head, Manly and North Head. We cross the beautiful Middle Harbour and the Spit Bridge, to Seaforth and to Manly

Cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge to Milsons Point and Kirribilli which offer spectacular views from a vantage point under the north side of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and to the front of the Sydney Opera house.

We travel along the northern shores to Mosman and Georges Heights where we pause at the old harbour fortifications and panoramic views at Middle Head or into the Sydney Harbour National park for a short harbourside walk to Bradley’s Head. Perhaps stop for a quick coffee or even lunch at Clifton Gardens or Balmoral Beach.

We cross the beautiful Middle Harbour and the Spit Bridge, to Seaforth and to Manly Beach.
Manly features a long beach on the ocean side. This is followed by rock pools and sandy beaches called Fairy Bower and Shelly Beach. There are also a number of beaches on the harbour side of the peninsula called Manly Cove. Norfolk Island pine trees are symbolic of Manly and are a prominent feature of both the ocean and harbour beaches.

The Corso, a pedestrian mall which runs between the harbour side and the ocean beach is a focal point of Manly with popular surf shops, pubs, cafes, galleries, and street entertainment.

Manly is a must visit Sydney destination offering waterfront restaurants, attractions, adventure and entertainment for young and old. Dine in one of the many restaurants and cafés, pick up some fish n’ chips, relax on the beach, enjoy sensational views and simply take in the ambience of this cosmopolitan resort-style location.

No visit to the North is complete without a drive to North Head for panoramic views of the harbour and the ocean. North Head’s Fairfax Walking Track offers a paved path consisting of several “postcard worthy” lookouts. The 1km track is an enjoyable stroll, fantastic for families and is wheelchair accessible. The lookouts also offer the perfect whale watching platform during migration seasons, June–July and August–October.

When it’s time to head back to the city you may choose to return at your pace via the Manly Ferry or let us drop you at Taronga Zoo with convenient Mosman ferry city trip.

Sydney's North Shore

Bradleys Head

Manly Beach

Manly Cove

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