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We found great results, but some are outside Pacific Coast Australia. Showing results in neighbouring cities.
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Sydney Harbour Sydney, Australia 1.4 km away
The combination of the silver city skyscrapers, white opera house, steel grey harbour bridge, colourful Luna Park, lush Botanic Gardens and the blue sky and sea are just divine!
Sydney Harbour has it all - beautiful views, a modern skyline, the iconic Opera House, the soaring Sydney Harbour Bridge, charming small communities, beaches, parks, ferries, cruise ships, yachts, kayaks, speedboa...
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Bondi to Coogee Beach Coastal Walk Sydney, Australia 7.4 km away
Great walk Great experience Great view Great nature Amazing Awesome Excellent Must visit bondi beach and do take a walk
Beautiful, cliffs are breathtaking, little coves, beaches, parks, there is also a small cemetery with some graves dating back to the 1800 hundred lots of history.
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Tomaree Head Shoal Bay, Australia
National Parks are to be commended for providing a quality track which enable so many visitors to enjoy the views from the highest lookout overlooking the ocean.
The 360 degree views are spectacular and the historical nature of the headland is well documented and displayed.
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Lighthouse Trail Byron Bay, Australia
Beatiful and relaxing walking to the lighthouse through the nature and wildlife, you can watch whales dolphins wallabies turkey koalasi
Recommended for superb coastal scenery and friendly volunteer staff at the lighthouse and car park.
Wendy Whiteley's Secret Garden North Sydney, Australia 3.0 km away
A place to relax, to meditate, to have an intimate picnic, to join to nature and enjoy the Harbour view, while the kookaburra is laughing happily on one of the benches.
Hidden on the side of the hill on harbor-side of Clark Park Lavendar Bay this delightful tiered garden is a sanctuary with great harbor views away from the busy streets of North Sydney.
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The Opera House to the Botanic Gardens Walk Sydney, Australia 8.9 km away
The opera house timeless design looks stunning any day under any light, it's surreal and breathtaking and the botanical gardens is one of my fav parks in the world having the best views of the harbour, stunning ve...
... greeted by wonderful sunshine, a great cruise ship berthed at the dock, festivals and entertainment on the Opera House foreshore, Smiling face of Luna Park across the harbour or just the beautiful view!!!!!
Dorrigo National Park Dorrigo, Australia
There's plenty of information available from the National Park displays to plan your exploration of the rainforest including easy walks through to all-day adventures to choose from.
The highlights of Dorrigo National Park is the magnificent waterfall walks, scenic barbecue areas and excellent birdwatching.
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Royal Botanic Garden Sydney Sydney, Australia 1.1 km away
This is a fabulous park land set alongside the city with many piece-full areas to relax Has some great wild life in amongst its vast array of tropical fauna’s Masses of parrots and some amazing giant eels in the lake
Love this place and visit every time I go to Sydney - always great nature to see. Park is wonderful to walk around - shop is lovely for souvenirs and gifts
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Coastal walk Port Macquarie, Australia
Good for the nature conscious too with lots of birdlife, cliffs and beaches, lookout points, whale viewing and if you are quiet you will sometimes will see bearded dragon lizards or skinks sunning themselves on th...
Lovely relaxing walk in Port Macquarie, clean parks , great skate park for kids & lovely Cafes along the walk , lots of people walking dogs, clean water ... Beautiful and relaxing
Manly Scenic Walkway Sydney, Australia 11.1 km away
The path weaves through neighborhoods then through the park, with stunning views of North and South Head, various grottoes and gorgeous rock formations, and multiple harbors.
The adorable walk from Manly Ferry Terminal to Fairlight Park hugs the coast and affords delightful year round views of the bays.
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Merewether Beach Newcastle, Australia
... a function centre with a bar with best views- Surf House a must for every visitor, several large car parks next to beach.I live in Merewether so I am biased but it is a wonderful place to visit as multiple Aus...
the scenic walk is great the walkway along the beach is easy and plenty of rest spots to sit and watch the waves or cross the road and watch the action at the skate park.
Koala Hospital Port Macquarie, Australia
We also went through the historic Flynns house where we were greeted by the lovely lady from parks and rec who was able to give us a lot of history on the Flynn Family and Port Macquarie History.
I have taken my grandchildren x3 to this amazing park, they were blown away, how close they could get to the animals and all the amazing things that are there to explore.
Shelly Beach Manly, Australia 11.3 km away
Shelly Beach on the manly Scenic Walkway is also a gateway to North Head and Sydney Harbour National Park offering spectacular views, bushland and land-based whale-watching opportunities.
Shelly Beach is simply a little piece of heaven it’s a little west facing beach that takes sun all day long and is in a protected marine park so the sea life is plentiful.
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Cronulla Beach Walk Cronulla, Australia 21.0 km away
This path hugs the coast and there are lots of things to see along the way: beaches, baths, surfers, parks, historical photos and markers, shops and residences.
From there you have the choice of a pleasant walk back along the foreshore the the cafe's and restaurants of Cronulla or continue South along the esplanade to Oak Park and Bass and Flinders Point.
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Blackbutt Reserve Newcastle, Australia
Omg, a hidden little gem, a beautiful spot to bring the family, with a wonderful play ground for the younger members of the family, a great picnic and Bbq area, and the best walk through wildlife park, all for FRE...
Enjoy a picnic or BBQ with family and friends, a walk though this beautifully maintained nature park, see native animals and birds, watch the wildlife on and around ponds, have fun with your kids in the special pl...
Lennox Head Beach Lennox Head, Australia
At the southern end there is a protected area inside the reef known as the 'Moat' This is a marine park so snorkelling can be fun, with many little tropicals and a range of fish including bream, flathead, tarwine,...
parks along the foreshore with playgrounds, picinic and barbeque areas.
Tuncurry Rock Pool Tuncurry, Australia
... very nice Only issue is when it's holiday time it's hard to find a space as it gets so busy Has a park next to the beach also has picnic tables undercover ....a great little beach for the family......great vie...
The beach is within easy access from the car park, with minimal waves so if you’re after an easy swim, this is the place to be.
Narrabeen Lagoon State Park Narrabeen, Australia 19.2 km away
Camping, Swimming, Fishing, Prawning, Canoeing, BBQs, Picnics, Walking, Jogging, Bike Riding, Restrauants, Desicated dog walking park.
Wonderful views all the way and a nice range of parks and cafes
Belongil Beach Byron Bay, Australia
Access is via a mix of paved and dirt road (Grays Lane & Black Rock Road), accessible directly from the Pacific Highway if you’re heading south, which takes you to the car park.
... few steps and you arrive at a family nudie beach where you can indulge in some freedom, and enjoy the feeling of how it should be watching children & entire families playing in the water, as nature intended
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Watson's Bay Sydney, Australia 1.2 km away
My family and I love going to Watsons Bay on the Ferry from Circular Quay any time of the year.The scenery is always amazing, a walk along the promenade is calming and the kids love the park.
On a small peninsula, nestled between Sydney Harbour and the ocean, Watson’s Bay has 3+ beaches, 3+ parks, 7+ restaurants and cafes, a pub, a library, the infamous “Gap”, the Hornby Lighthouse, a headland walk and...
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Chinese Garden of Friendship Sydney, Australia 0.9 km away
If you enjoy landscape design the garden is truly beautiful and if you have children perfect for nature play, lots of hiding places, stepping stones and abundant koi and water dragons which were quiet friendly.
A stunning park with well-designed nooks & crannies to explore and contemplate.
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South Head Heritage Trail Watsons Bay, Australia 7.8 km away
Having had a FANTASTIC time on a tour with National Parks tracking the route of the Japanese submarines in Sydney Harbour we booked a tour of the South Head Tunnels which were used to protect the Harbour back in t...
I have done this walk at least 15 times, easy to drive to and park, walk across the sand (near the kiosk) up the walk way and an easy walk out past the nudie beach to the headland walk which is a loop.
Coffs Harbour Muttonbird Island Coffs Harbour, Australia
Spent a wonderful evening with National Parks and Wildlife Aboriginal ranger and Gumbaynggirr Elder, Mark Flanders and local marine park specialist Chantelle Burns on the "Muttonbird By Moonlight" Tour on 8 Septem...
The walk from the car park through the Harbour and Pier area is interesting as there working boats as well as pleasure craft there, and the water is lovely and clear.
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Pippi Beach Yamba, Australia
Pippi beach has it all, big waves, sheltered spots, a headland for nature lovers and a long long beach to walk on
As you go past Dolphin Park the beach is dog friendly, and loads of people bring their generally well mannered dogs for a run and a play in the waves.
North Head Sanctuary Manly, Australia 9.9 km away
A Walk through the national park at North Head Sanctuary is one of the most enjoyable of any in Australian cities. Spectacular views of the ocean and heads are provided by several lookout platforms.
We are very lucky to have so many awesome pockets of bushland National Parks in dotted around Sydney and this is one of the best.
Balmoral Balmoral, Australia 6.7 km away
... eating and talking... Great spot, always lovely, with lots of choices for places to eat (yum fish and chips to eat sitting on a park bench; delicious brekkies; fine dining... whatever you want is available...).
Top cafes and of course Bathers pavilion restaurant and cafe are a must for any interstate or international visitors walk all the way to the south and visit the park and Boathouse cafe , even rent a Kyack or a sai...
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Bronte Beach Bronte, Australia 6.8 km away
Bronte is a truly stunning beach with a lovely green park behind it that offers BBQ areas and an awesome kids playground The beach also has an abundance of cafes on its south side.
Great beach with awesome park attached
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North Coast Regional Botanic Garden Coffs Harbour, Australia
The garden is divided into geographic areas which are beautifully maintained, but there are also some natural bush areas, and a nature trail and creek walk.
A delightful, informative and peaceful stroll through nature - Coffs Botanic Gardens
Centennial Park Sydney, Australia 3.9 km away
I love Centennial Park, beautiful spot for picnics, bicycle rides, walks... Perfect for a family Sunday, catch up with friends or a romantic walk with your loved one.
If you have any interest at all in flora and fauna and above all birdlife then you must visit this wonderful park, which is teeming with Australian birds from black swans to ibises, Australian magpies, herons, coc...
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Nobbys Beach Newcastle, Australia
It's ideal; with parking, coastal walks, parks, showers, cafe, pergolas, lifeguards, a substantial beach for a stroll, overlooked by the iconic Nobby's Head lighthouse and close to the main mall of Newcastle.
The difference is the smaller scale and the charming nature of Nobbys Beach, its proximity to the working harbour of Newcastle and the evident history of the settlement of this region by white settlers make it a s...