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Whether it’s a long trek getting in touch with nature or casual stroll to watch the whale migration, the Northern Beaches has a walk to suit everyone.
Our Northern Beaches Coast Walk - which is almost complete - stretches all 36kms from Manly to Palm Beach and showcases our spectacular coastline, offering views from some of Sydney’s most beautiful vantage points.
Check out our Hello Manly visitor centre website for walks in the iconic Manly area.
Or use our interactive map for walking trails that will see you explore our bushy areas, lagoons and coastline from Queenscliff to Narrabeen.
We also have some spectacular walks as part of the Bicentennial Walkway from North Narrabeen to Palm Beach.
The round trip around Narrabeen Lagoon is very popular with locals and visitors alike.
One of our best-kept secrets, you'll forget you're in Sydney as you slip into this tranquil stunning pocket of natural bush. Picturesque waterfalls, mossy boulders and...
Anembo Reserve is located in Duffy’s Forest and adjoins Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. The reserve has special conservation significance and is habitat for a number of threatened flora and fauna species due to its relatively large size, good condition and connectivity to the national park.
The reserve is mainly accessed by exercise walkers, bush walkers and bush regeneration workers.
Take this short walk or ride around Balgowlah Heights. Discover this neighbourhood and its hidden gems.
Take this short walk or ride around North Narrabeen. Discover this neighbourhood and its hidden gems.
This is a splendid coastal walk featuring significant headlands, sweeping beaches and four lagoons, with links to other areas of the Northern Beaches
A walk through the Brookvale area will identify historical landmarks and points of interest
Enjoy a leisurely stroll beneath the trees around the lagoon. Sections from the main carpark are wheelchair accessible but not the full loop.
This is a great multi-use trail linking Dee Why Beach to Narrabeen Lagoon.
Dee Why Headland is a sensitive coastal ecosystem, providing an important wildlife corridor between Curl Curl and Dee Why Lagoons.