Sirius Cove Reserve is a dog-friendly hideaway in the suburb of Mosman in Sydney’s lower north shore. Often referred to as Little Sirius Cove, this charming natural treasure boasts a quiet beach, a playground and a large picnic area.
It’s also a great starting point for the walking trail going east to Taronga Zoo, Bradleys Head and Chowder Bay, or going west to Cremorne Point.
The Cremorne Point Walk is an easy 3km foreshore circuit trail in the lower north shore with beautiful views across Mosman Bay, Sydney Harbour and the city skyline.
Discover Robertsons Point Lighthouse, Cremorne Reserve and the MacCallum swimming pool as you wander past picturesque gardens and impressive old mansions, only a short ferry trip away from Circular Quay.
The Rose Bay to Watsons Bay walk is one of the most scenic coastal walking trails in Sydney. The walk brings you to secluded beaches, beautiful parks and picturesque bays, while enjoying panoramic views of the city and the harbour. Some of the highlights of this trail are Milk Beach, Parsley Bay and Nielsen Park.
Balls Head Reserve in the Sydney lower north shore is a true bushland oasis overlooking the beautiful Harbour. The reserve is home to a number of different bush walking tracks that combine natural beauty with great views across Sydney Harbour, taking in the CBD skyline, the Harbour Bridge, Goat Island and surrounding peninsulas.
The Glebe Foreshore Walk is a leisurely walking track that goes from Bicentennial and Jubilee Park to the Sydney Fish Market in Pyrmont, along Rozelle Bay and Blackwattle Bay. The walk offers great views of the Sydney CBD skyline, Sydney Harbour and the Anzac Bridge.
There are several parks and reserves along the way to rest, and to soak up the relaxing vibe and views of this picturesque part of Sydney. When you finish this walking track in Pyrmont on the other side of Blackwattle Bay, make sure you’ll treat yourself to some fresh seafood at the Sydney Fish Market.