7 days of 11kms - Connecting back to Circular Quay every night

this walk connects you with circular quay to start and end each day. Circular quay is a central public transport access point connecting sydney and surrounds.

*alternatively you can use this itinerary and book Airbnb's on route.

Day 1: Bondi Beach to Watsons Bay | 10.99km

Day 2: Watsons Bay to Double Bay Wharf | 11.41km

Day 3: Double Bay Wharf to Circular Quay | 8.68km

Day 4: Circular Quay to Taronga Zoo Wharf | 13.49km

Day 5: Taronga Zoo Wharf to Spit Bridge | 9.13km

Day 6: Spit Bridge to Manly Wharf | 9.78km

Day 7: Manly Wharf to Manly Beach via North Head Sanctuary | 10.78km

STARTING AT BONDI

Bondi, originally Boondi, is where the Bondi to Manly Walk begins. Right in the middle of Bondi Beach, on the beautiful esplanade in front of the famous Bondi Pavilion is where your journey starts.

DAY 1 : Bondi Beach to Watsons Bay

10.99KM | 166M^ | 5-6 HOURS

GETTING HERE

Buses run to Bondi Beach at 10 minute intervals or better all day from Bondi Junction Station. The Bondi Junction Train Station is 2 kilometres back from the beach with trains running roughly every 10 - 15 minutes from the city stations; Central, Town Hall and Martin Place. These three stations are the primary hub for the train and bus network connecting you with your local public transport options.

Please plan your trip here.

GETTING BACK

The F4 Sydney ferry network and Captain Cook Cruises network connect Watsons Bay Wharf back to Circular Quay with ferries running roughly every 30 minutes on weekdays until 6:55pm, until 6:20pm on Saturdays and 5:30pm on Sundays and public holidays.

The ferry trip takes between 20-30 minutes.

To view the ferry timetable for Sydney ferries, please visit this link. For Captain Cook Cruises, please visit this link or plan your trip here.

TOPOGRAPHY

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DAY 2: WATSONS BAY TO double BAY WHARF via south head

11.41km | 142m^ | 3 HOURS

GETTING HERE

The F4 Sydney ferry network and Captain Cook Cruises network connect Circular Quay back to Watsons Bay Wharf with ferries running roughly every 30 minutes on weekdays from 7:15am and 8:17am on weekends and public holidays.

The ferry trip takes between 20-30 minutes.

To view the ferry timetable for Sydney ferries, please visit this link. For Captain Cook Cruises, please visit this link or plan your trip here.

GETTING BACK

The F7 Sydney ferry network connects Double Bay back to Circular Quay with at least 1 ferry every hour until 9:20pm every day including Public Holidays except Fridays and Saturdays when ferries run until 11:20pm.

The ferry trip takes around 17 minutes.

To view the ferry timetable, please visit this link or plan your trip here.

TOPOGRAPHY

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Day 3 : double bay wharf to circular quay

8.68KM | 162M^ | 2.5 HOURS

GETTING THERE

The F7 Sydney ferry network connects Circular Quay to Double Bay Wharf with at least 1 ferry every hour from 6:27am on weekdays and 8:57am on weekends and Public Holidays.

The ferry trip takes around 16 minutes.

To view the ferry timetable, please visit this link or plan your trip here.

GETTING BACK

You’re already there!

TOPOGRAPHY

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Day 4: Circular quay to taronga zoo wharf

13.49KM | 269M^ | 4.5 HOURS

GETTING THERE

You’re already here!

GETTING BACK

The F2 Sydney ferry network connects Taronga Zoo Wharf with Circular Quay with ferries roughly every 30 minutes until 5:12pm on weekdays and 7:05pm on weekends and Public Holidays.

The ferry trip takes 12 minutes.

To view the ferry timetable, please visit this link or plan your trip here.

TOPOGRAPHY

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Day 5: TARONGA zoo wharf to spit bridge

9.13km | 214M^ | 2.5 HOURS

GETTING HERE

The F2 Sydney ferry network connects Circular Quay with Taronga Zoo Wharf with ferries roughly every 30 minutes from 8:50am on weekdays and 9am on weekends and public holidays.

The ferry trip takes 12 minutes.

To view the ferry timetable, please visit this link or plan your trip here.

GETTING BACK

200m before Spit Bridge is the Spit East bus stop. From this bus stop there are frequent buses back to Wynyard station, which is one train stop or a 10 minute walk to Circular Quay. The bus lines that service this stop include B143, B144, B169, B178 and B180. The busses run frequently throughout the day and less frequently in the evenings and on weekends.

The bus trip takes between 25 - 30 minutes.

To plan your trip, please visit www.transportnsw.info

TOPOGRAPHY

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Day 6: Spit Bridge to Manly WhARF

9.78KM | 188M^ | 2.5 HOURS

GETTING THERE

Busses from Wynyard Station, which is one train stop from Circular Quay or a 10 minute walk, run frequently to the Spit West Reserve at Spit Bridge. The bus lines that service this stop include E68, E71 and E75. The buses run frequently throughout the day and less frequently in the evenings and on weekends.

The bus trip takes 20-25 minutes.

To plan your trip, please visit www.transportnsw.info

GETTING BACK

The F1 Sydney ferry network as well as Manly Fast Ferry connect Manly with Circular Quay with ferries at least every 20 minutes until 9:25pm then every 40 minutes until 12:55am every day.

The trip takes between 20 and 30 minutes depending if you travel with Manly Fast Ferry or Sydney ferries, respectively.

To view the ferry timetable for Sydney ferries, please visit this link. For Manly Fast Ferry, please visit this link or plan your trip here.

TOPOGRAPHY

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DAY 7: Manly wharf to manly beach via North head sanctuary

10.72km | 240m^ | 2-3 Hours

GETTING THERE

The F1 Sydney ferry network as well as Manly Fast Ferry connect Circular Quay with Manly with ferries at least every 20 minutes from 5:30am on weekdays, 6:20am on Saturdays and Public Holidays and 6:50am on Sundays.

The trip takes between 20 and 30 minutes depending if you travel with Manly Fast Ferry or Sydney ferries, respectively.

To view the ferry timetable for Sydney ferries, please visit this link. For Manly Fast Ferry, please visit this link or plan your trip here.

GETTING BACK

As with yesterday, the F1 Sydney ferry network as well as Manly Fast Ferry connect Manly with Circular Quay with ferries at least every 20 minutes until 9:25pm then every 40 minutes until 12:55am every day.

The trip takes between 20 and 30 minutes depending if you travel with Manly Fast Ferry or Sydney ferries, respectively.

To view the ferry timetable for Sydney ferries, please visit this link. For Manly Fast Ferry, please visit this link or plan your trip here.

TOPOGRAPHY

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FINISHING AT MANLY BEACH

Where the Manly Corso meets Manly Beach is where the Bondi to Manly Walk finishes. This convenient location connects you with busses and ferries across Sydney, offers accommodation and provides the perfect setting to take a celebratory dip in the sea!

Manly Beach

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