An Epic Unfolding
Cliffs that drop away to the ocean, secluded coves and beaches, gentle bush tracks, unique flora and fauna, cultural sites and historic landmarks. All within walking distance of Sydney’s dramatic skyline. The Bondi to Manly Walk will immerse you in the most breathtaking natural harbour city in the world.
For thousands of years, Aboriginal people have fished these waters, foraged along the foreshore, hunted in the hinterland, and harvested from the bush. At the heart of this relationship is a deep connection to the land.
Today, over 5 million of us live, work and play in Sydney. That connection is ever present. And with over 30 million visitors arriving every year, we think our history, natural beauty and countless attractions should be celebrated and enjoyed by people from all walks of life.
This is what makes the Bondi to Manly Walk so special.
Here, you’ll experience the best of both worlds. One twist in the trail will take you from the energy of Sydney’s cosmopolitan heart, to the otherworldly serenity of nature. And whether you choose to walk a section on the weekend, or the entire 80 kilometres of coastal and harbour-side tracks and paths, somewhere between Australia’s two most famous surf beaches, you’ll write a new chapter, and find your own connection to this epic place.
This truly is the world’s best harbour walk. A must do for locals, tourists and serious walkers alike.
We can’t wait to help you experience it.
Thanks to our partners
None of this would be possible without the enthusiastic support of the La Perouse and Metropolitan Aboriginal Land Councils, all six Councils (The City of Sydney, Mosman Council, North Sydney Council, Northern Beaches Council, Waverley Council and Woollahra Council), state agencies; Property New South Wales, the New South Wales Office of Environment and Heritage, Roads and Maritime Services, Ports Authority of NSW, minor landholders; Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney Opera House, Taronga Zoo and federal agency; the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust.
We’d also like to say a big thank you to the Walking Volunteers, Committee for Sydney, Destination NSW and the Business Council of Australia. And to the incredibly supportive community of Sydney-siders whose support has helped to make this Walk a reality.
PLAN YOUR WALK
View some popular itineraries to help you plan you walk; whether it’s the full 80km across multiple days or one of the many day trips which comprise the Walk.