2nd of March, 2018
Today, we take the early train to Wynyard station and from there the bus to Spit Bridge, for a hike to Manly. Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and the spectacular Sydney Harbour, Manly sits on a beautiful peninsula, just North-East of Sydney and is famous for its stunning beaches. Our walk starts on the main road, where the bus stops and will take us around 3 to 4 hours along the curvy coastline, with many stairs up and down.
During our walk through the Sydney National Park we encounter some Aboriginal sites and a variety of flora, fauna and rock formations. No dogs are allowed in this park.
Once arriving in Manly town, our peaceful walk ends, as Manly is an immense popular resort for its long stretched beach. We have a well deserved lunch in a Greek place with outrageous prices and after, we hop on the ferry, which will bring us back to Sydney. The ferry is always fun, as not only the views of the Opera House from the water are impressive, but also the busy water traffic is an eye-catcher.