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  1. Palm Beach Golf Course

    The Palm Beach Golf Club enjoys an exquisite advantage of location, being only a fifty-minute drive from the commercial heartland of Sydney. The sprawling nine hole course is a championship level layout overlooking...

  2. Hawkesbury Race Club

    The Hawkesbury Valley is one of the oldest Australian settlements and first explored by Governor Phillip in 1789. The Hawkesbury racing pioneers fashioned a race course from 200 acres of virgin bush land in 1865 which...

  3. Curl Curl Beach

    Curl Curl Beach is located between Dee Why Beach and Freshwater Beach on the Northern Beaches.Curl Curl is one of Sydney's best surfing beaches. It faces the east-southeast and averages 1.6 metre waves. The...

  4. Middle Head

    Middle Head is a superb lookout spot in Sydney Harbour National Park. From this outstanding vantage point, you can follow the Pacific Ocean to the horizon, framed by North and South Heads. The panoramic view extends...

  5. Casuarina Point picnic area

    This charming sheltered picnic area is nestled against the riverbank and has both picnic tables and barbecues, making it a great place to while away an afternoon with the family. Located in a lovely bushland setting,...

  6. Moola picnic area

    There are plenty of facilities here, including wood and electric barbecues, and, when it's open on weekends and school holidays, you can even pick up an ice-cream or cold drink from the boatshed kiosk.Once...

  7. The Great North Road

    The Great North Road, surveyed in 1825 and completed in 1836, was constructed using convict labour. Up to 720 convicts - some in chains - worked on the road, which spanned 264 km, connecting Sydney to the settlements...

  8. Burnt Orange

    A combination of retail therapy and upmarket cafe dining set in a Federation mansion with stunning views over Sydney Harbour - what could be better than a visit to Burnt Orange in Mosman. The...

  9. Greenwich Baths

    Greenwich Baths is a beautifully located harbour beach at the tip of Greenwich Point, run by leisure management company, Bluefit. Shark-netted and fully enclosed, it is perfect for families, lap-swimmers, and locals...

  10. Roughley House and The Pines

    Roughley House is a colonial heritage listed homestead established in 1856. Unlike other museums, Roughley House denotes the changing lifestyle of one family over five generations, each generation leaving their own...

  11. Riverside Oaks Golf Course

    Riverside Oaks, a stunning setting and course layout across 587 acres of unspoilt natural bushland. It borders the Hawkesbury River and wildlife reserve with a reputation for quality that attracts golfers and visitors...

  12. Westfield Warringah Mall

    Located in Sydney's Northern Beaches, Westfield Warringah Mall is an iconic shopping destination.With over 250 speciality stores, plus David Jones, Myer, Woolworths, Coles, Target, Big W, JB HIFi,...

  13. Heath and Bare Creek Trails

    Popular for mountain biking and horse riding, Heath trail is a challenging fire trail running down into the valley of Garigal National Park. It's a fantastic ride and suited to more experienced mountain bikers. There...

  14. Manly scenic walkway

    What’s the prettiest way to get to Manly? Some say catching the Manly ferry, but those in the know will tell you otherwise – it’s the Manly scenic walkway.Beginning at Mosman’s Spit Bridge, this classic walk...

  15. Wollemi National Park

    World Heritage-listed Wollemi National Park offers a dramatic setting for scenic walks, swimming, canoeing and camping, just a couple of hours north-west of Sydney.Discover the spectacular landscapes of...

  16. Queenscliff Beach

    Queenscliff is the northern headland of Sydney’s famous Manly Beach, possessed of an offshore “bommie” which can handle waves up to seven metres. In a mighty swell, this is where you’re likely to find some of Manly’s...

  17. Long Reef Beach

    Long Reef is a perfect stretch of white sand.At the north end there is Long Reef Headland, a protected aquatic reserve, and a golf course. A walk to the top of the headland can often be rewarded by views of...

  18. Windsor Heritage Walk

    The heritage charm of Windsor can be fully explored on the heritage walk of the town. Windsor emerged along the banks of the Hawkesbury River and became the third settlement of the Colony in 1794. Originally called...

  19. Parr State Conservation Area

    Parr State Conservation Area, in the Hawkesbury region of New South Wales, is a great place for camping, hiking, cycling, guided tours, and 4WD training and touring.Whether you’re a multi-day hiker, keen...

  20. Migrant Heritage Walk

    Step out of your car and into the past. This short walk, perfect for walking with children and for visitors with ties to the local area, pulls you back through the fascinating history of Scheyville. Whether you make...

  21. Bradleys Head to Chowder Bay Walk

    The views along Bradleys Head to Chowder Bay walk are almost too good to be true. The gentle bush track weaves around the harbour headlands from Taronga Zoo Wharf around Bradleys Head to Chowder Bay and is guaranteed...

  22. Avalon Beach

    Over the last decade or so Avalon has become the favoured "sea-change" destination for Sydney-siders looking to adopt the surfer lifestyle. As a result, the board-riding community here is large and enthusiastic but...

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