The Spit Bridge to Manly walk is a scenic walk that takes in the fantastic panoramic views, colourful birdlife, wild flowers and scrublands of the north side Port Jackson.
One of the many scenic walks found in Sydney brings you north of Manly Wharf. Or if you start in Manly, the walk begins under the Pine trees planted long ago, past North Harbour and along the foreshores of Port Jackson to where the Spit Bridge divides Middle Harbour from Port Jackson (Also popularly called Sydney Harbour).
Along the scenic Manly Scenic Walk is North Harbour, just west of the:
The Manly Scenic Walk can take you past various points along this part of Sydney Harbour, all the way to Dobroyd Head and to the Spit Bridge, part of the Sydney Harbour National Park. See the Manly Map link above.
A number of beaches can be found along the way. If the day is hot, bring swimmer trunks (bathing suit) and a good sunscreen, you will enjoy the waters. You can also find numerous picnic and BBQ spots along the way, as well as bays and inlets backed by parks.
Manly Beach is the first of the Sydney Northern Beaches:
Called the Sydney Northern Beaches, there is a pearl string of beaches extending as far north as Palm Beach:
Visit the Historic Quarantine Station at North Head, Manly:
Main Photo: Spectacular Views on the Spit Bridge to Manly Walk
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