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Destination NSW: Walk From Sydney's Iconic Bondi to Manly on Spectacular 80km Track
SYDNEY, Dec. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ --

Destination NSW has today released spectacular video and image highlights of 
the newly opened walking tracking between Bondi and Manly.

Walking between two of the world's most iconic beaches, Bondi and Manly, has 
become a reality with the opening of a new 80km urban walking track around 
Sydney's breathtaking Harbour foreshore linking the two.

The track, which is rich in Indigenous heritage, passes through some of the 
city's most spectacular coastal and Harbourside suburbs and features the Sydney 
Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House. 

Marked with over 350 distinctive Aboriginal Whale Symbol signs, the urban 
walkway is easy to follow with a digital walking App available for download. 

Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney, Stuart Ayres said, 
"The Bondi to Manly Walk is a great project to open the Harbour and its 
foreshore for the people of Sydney to enjoy and share with the world. 
Co-operation from all levels of government has created a cherished national 
asset which is arguably one of the most beautiful paths any keen walker can 

Whether you take a couple of hours to explore a small section of the walk or 
seven days to experience the whole 80kms, make sure these 10 not-to-miss 
highlights are on the itinerary: 
1. Bondi-Start the day with breakfast and coffee at Porch & Parlour 
2. Parsley Bay-Cool off with a dip at this Harbour beach and admire the view 
3. Hermitage Foreshore Walk-One of Sydney's great coastal walks passing through 
Vaucluse in the city's East 
4. Historic Houses-Admire the majestic beauty of Vaucluse House, Strickland 
House and Elizabeth Bay House 
5. Sydney Harbour-Walk past Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge 
6. Kirribilli-Stop for a coffee at Celsius Cafe 
7. May Gibbs' Nutcote-Home of Snugglepot & Cuddlepie author May Gibbs which is 
now a museum 
8. Significant Aboriginal sites-Admire the large number of Aboriginal 
engravings at Grotto Point. Nearby Reef Beach is home to an Ancestral reburial 
site and rock art 
9. Georges Head-Learn about Sydney's military history and walk through 
fascinating military fortifications and tunnels 
10. Manly-Celebrate the finish line with a well-deserved drink at Manly Wharf 

For more information on Sydney, visit: 
Image and video assets of the Bondi to Manly Walk can be downloaded here (

About Destination NSW
Destination NSW is the lead NSW Government agency for the State's tourism and 
major events industry and is responsible for devising and implementing 
strategies to grow the State's visitor economy. Our particular focus is driving 
tourism and acquiring and developing major sporting and cultural events for 
Sydney and regional NSW. In addition, Destination NSW is the major investor in 
Business Events Sydney with the aim of securing more international conventions, 
incentive travel reward programs, corporate events and exhibitions.

Note to editors
Video, images and editorial can be found in the Destination NSW Content Library.

SOURCE:Destination NSW