Pack your swimmers for this summertime walk. The Bondi to Coogee coastal walk meanders past Bondi baths, Tamarama beach, Bronte, Clovelly beach and Coogee beach. Simply follow the coastline (or your fellow walkers) from Bondi Icebergs until you reach Coogee. With so many beaches and spectacular views on offer, it would be a crime not to stop for a quick dip. There are a number of café strips along the way that are ideal for a pit-stop breakfast overlooking the picturesque eastern Sydney beaches. Website: http://bonditocoogeewalk.com.au/
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A visit to Sydney isn’t complete without exploring Port Jackson. Not only is Port Jackson worth visiting because of its historic value, it also forms part of Sydney’s iconic harbour. The harbour, which is an inlet of the Tasman Sea, can be explored from the shore but is even more captivating when experienced from the water. There are dozens of boat tours available where you can witness the city’s natural and manmade beauty. Alternatively, catch a ferry service to a nearby quay to explore more of Sydney and Port Jackson. Don’t forget your camera! Where: Sydney Harbour, NSW Website: www.sydney.com/things-to-do
Want to get a bird’s eye view of Sydney? Head up the Sydney Tower to get the best outlook over the city and its surroundings. The Tower, which is accessed via Pitt Street Mall, gives amazing views to the harbour, Botany Bay and even the Blue Mountains. Despite standing approximately 310 meters tall, the iconic Sydney Tower is one of the safest structures in the city, since when it was constructed in the 1970s, it was built to withstand earthquakes and extreme winds. Visitors can enjoy the observation deck or a buffet in the revolving restaurant.
Where: Level 5, Westfield Centre 100 Market Street Sydney 2000