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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.
A great place to stop and rest on the Narrabeen Lagoon Multi-use Trail.
Narrabeen Head has a lot to offer both urban explorers and history buffs. The grand elevated timber stairway, scenic lookouts and short bush walk all contribute to a...
The journey around Narrabeen Lagoon will take you through beautiful ecosystems, an abundance of wildlife, cultural heritage and historical icons.
Stretching 36kms from Manly to Palm Beach, the Coast Walk showcases our spectacular coastline, with views from some of Sydney’s most beautiful vantage points.
Manly Creek to Manly Lagoon is an easy walk, although some sections have no clear track.
Stony Range Botanic Garden is a haven of bushland situated right in the heart of Dee Why. There are a number of different walks to choose from, ranging from easy to moderate.
A great place to take a picnic hamper and take a stroll enjoying the wildflowers and spectacular views.
This boardwalk provides an excellent opportunity to enjoy the natural attributes of the wetlands and gives bird watchers greater access to enjoy their passion.