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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.
Freshwater has a rich beach culture stretching for more than 100 years. Come and learn about the area's surfing history and other interesting historical facts.
A four hectare reserve 155 metres above sea level with 360° views of our beautiful coastline
Great Mackerel Beach is located on the western foreshore of Pittwater.
A hidden gem of bushland and tracks leading to Irrawong Waterfall.
Jamieson Park is a 42.8ha reserve located along the southern foreshores of Narrabeen Lagoon. It is bounded by the suburbs of Narrabeen, Wheeler Heights and Cromer and can be accessed from The Esplanade, Narrabeen.
Australia’s second-oldest national park, heritage-listed Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park combines important history with scenic beauty.
Gaze across the ocean, north to the Central Coast or south to North Head, or explore the rock platform for all kinds of marine creatures. Great for whale watching!
Manly Cemetery has been operating since the 1870s.
Manly Dam is a popular spot for walking, mountain biking, picnicking, water skiing, swimming and fishing
Almost 10km long and takes 3 to 4 hours to walk at a steady pace in each direction. The numerous entrance points allow you to choose any of the seven shorter section walks.