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Witness Diverse Landscapes at Sydney Harbour National Park

Posted in Location & Attractions @ Dec 24th 2015 7:13am - By Administrator

Some people love the city because it is full of life and colour; however, it can be too loud. If you want to escape the noise for a few days, head to the Sydney Harbour National Park.

The Sydney Harbour National Park's mission is to protect the islands and foreshore areas around the Sydney Harbour but visitors are allowed to explore its diverse landscapes. Besides that, they can also enjoy a fun family bonding at the designated picnic areas and swimming spots.

Want to know where the perfect picnic spot is? That would be the Bottle and Glass Point located at the Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs' famous Nielsen Park. This is the perfect picnic spot because of its grassy area and stunning harbour views.

While enjoying your family picnic on the green grass, you can also watch sailboats cruising in the area. And since it's near the harbour, you should consider engaging in some water activities such as diving, fishing, snorkelling, and swimming.

Moreover, make sure to capture the moments and the beauty of the glassware-like sandstone columns of Bottle and Glass Point. And do not forget to bring your own gas barbecue if you are cooking. If not, you can visit the Nielsen Park Cafe instead.

Want to explore more landscapes? Just follow the Spit Bridge to Manly Scenic Walkway. This series of short tracks which includes Fairlight, Dobroyd, and North Harbour walks will definitely lead you to more diverse landscapes you will never forget.

On your journey, you will also learn Sydney’s rich colonial history. So make sure not to miss important areas such as the old Grotto Point Lighthouse and Aboriginal rock engravings at Grotto Point as well as the Arabanoo lookout at Dobroyd Head.

Take note that some areas are prone to flooding. However, the track detours to certain areas to avoid getting wet. In case you decide to swim or go on a picnic, the Clontarf Reserve, Forty Baskets Reserve, or Reef Beach are the best destinations.

Are you ready to witness diverse landscapes at Sydney Harbour National Park? Then book your Manly Sydney accommodation today! Our Manly Beach Apartments are at close proximity to the national park and offers a home for every kind of traveller.

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