Spit to Manly Scenic Walk

Spit to Manly walkway is one of the most beautiful scenic bushwalking walkway. It stretches to about 10 km which can be completed in 4 and half hours. But you can take as much time as possible and complete it at your own pace, enjoying the exotic locales and beaches.

We started the walk from Balmoral Beach, which is about a kilometre away from Spit Bridge. The walkway starts under the Spit Bridge, with serene view of Fisher’s Bay. As you walk along the boardwalk you will come across many beaches, some are specially for dogs where you will find them swimming and playing with their owners.

The type of walk ranges from easy to Tough. For more information have a look at the official site .


Ships lined near Spit Bridge waterway


The walkway to Bridge


A lot of places have Boardwalks for walking





The walkway goes through Sydney Harbour National Park where you can find ancient carvings


The scintillating view of Harbour Entrance


And another view of the coastal area



Crater Cove near Dobroyd Head



Towards the far end you can see Manly Warf where our walk ended. But from this point it was another 4 km




We met a lot of Eastern Water Dragons on the way.


If you ever visit Sydney, go take out time to enjoy this walk

**Picture courtesy - my Motorola RAZR


24 comments:

  1. Nice pics...The pristine blue waters and the surroundings would sure make a worthy walk

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  2. I wish I could go for a bushwalking in India without either getting burnt to red...or stepping on waste!

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  3. Its a pity there are no such places in India!

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  4. Very scenic place. I like the reflection of sky in the water.

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  5. Beautiful post...loved the gorgeous photographs...

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  6. Gorgeous place and lovely photography for OWT ~ so inviting ~ thanks,

    carol and artmusedog
    www.acreativeharbor.com

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  7. Beautiful place for a walk. The water is so blue and the scenery picturesque.

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  8. What lovely colours and scenery.

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  9. Great Pictures and a wonderful post there, Princess :D
    I loved the walk... exhausting yet amazing it was ... will share my experience too, soon :)

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  10. Gorgeous views of the water, what a lovely walk. Thanks for sharing your day, have a happy week!

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  11. Oh, that takes me back 25 years! I had a great time visiting Sydney and walking over to Manly cove.

    Thanks for joining us on the #A2Zreveal!

    Jemima, #TeamDamyanti at Jemima's blog

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  12. Lovely pics...looks so warm and sunny, especially sitting here in gloomy Germany!

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  13. Planning to visit Sydney again in April. Bookmarked your post for future reference.

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  14. This is such a beautiful, scenic area. Your photos are gorgeous. I'd love to take this stroll sometime.

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  15. Looks like a great place. Excellent view and lots to watch and enjoy!

    Cool!

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  16. Beautiful pics. Are those really ancient carvings? Interesting.

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  17. Hi, your pictures are so beautiful. I will have to reread again to see where these are taken? I am so glad I am getting to know you because of the A to Z challenge Facebook page.

    Mary-andering Creatively

    Mary-andering Among the Pages

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  18. Hi, beautiful pictures. I have never been to Australia and find it amazing to be able to visit virtually thru your blog. I am so glad to have met you through the A to Z challenge and look forward to reading more of your blog.

    Mary-andering Creatively

    Mary-andering Among the Pages

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  19. Beautiful! I am loving your posts on Aus :)

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  20. thanks a lot everyone. :D
    So glad to read your comments :)

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