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Adrian Bo’s Top 5 Eastern Suburbs Walks

By December 17, 2021 No Comments


With Christmas holidays fast approaching, what better way to utilise that spare time than to get out and explore one of the many stunning walks right in your very own backyard. Put on a pod, walk and talk with a mate or simply soak up the serenity.

Here’s my round up of the East’s Top 5.

Eastern Beaches Coastal Walk

This iconic coastal walk continues to extend further south, with plans to stretch continuously from Bondi to La Perouse. Make a full day of it or accomplish a section, with the scenic Bondi to Bronte stretch a particular highlight. With the walk meandering past Bondi Beach, Mackenzies Bay, Tamarama Beach, Bronte Beach, Clovelly Beach, Gordons Bay, Coogee Beach, Lurline Bay and Maroubra Beach, there are plenty of options for swimming or refuelling at one of the many great beachside cafes along the way.

Centennial Park Loop

Experience the lush green surrounds of Centennial Park with the 3.5km Grand Drive circuit. A mostly level walk with coffee stops and plenty of shade, it’s perfect for a stroll or a jog with a pram or a pup in tow.

Hermitage Foreshore Walk

One of Sydney’s great walks, the 1.8km Hermitage Foreshore Walk winds north along the shoreline through coastal vegetation to Nielsen Park and the netted Shark Beach. Start in Bayview Hill Road and work your way past heritage listed mansion Strickland House, taking in the spectacular views of Shark Island and the Harbour Bridge along the way.

Malabar Headland National Park

Linking Maroubra and Malabar Beach, this scenic coastal walk begins at South Maroubra Beach car park and will take you through beautiful unspoiled national parkland. Walkers can choose between the 3.7km Boora Point walking track or the 1km Western Escarpment walking track. Do both for a 5km loop around Malabar Headland with fantastic whale-watching points and views that stretch to Botany Bay.

Henry Head Walking Track

For historic sites, sheltered swimming coves and bird and whale watching, you’ll love exploring the Henry Head Walking Track at La Perouse. Curving along the clifftop and beaches of the Kamay Botany Bay National Park, this 4km return walk takes you to Endeavour Lighthouse at Henry Head. Start at the park entry gates on Anzac Parade opposite Goorawahl Avenue.

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