Harbour Bridge to The Spit Bridge walk, Sydney Harbour National Park. Photo: John Yurasek

Tread the paths of history past Taronga Zoo and federation homes on The Harbour Bridge to Spit Bridge walk. Be enthralled in beautiful bushland and rainforest remnants.

Site of Captain Cook's Landing Place. Photo: Andy Richards

Head to one of Sydney's best whale watching spots. Cape Solander, located in the Kurnell section of Kamay Botany Bay National Park is an unbeatable lookout during whale watching season.

Fairfax walk, Sydney Harbour National Park - good for whale watching in June/July

The paved Fairfax Walk is easy, gentle and ideal for walking with children. Located at North Head in Sydney Harbour National Park, it& a great walk for whale watching.

Little Bay to Smoky Cape Walk, Hat Head National Park. Photo: Debby McGerty

Little Bay to Smoky Cape Walk, Hat Head National Park.

Cape Solander, Kamay Botany Bay National Park. - whale watching in June / July

Head to one of Sydney's best whale watching spots. Cape Solander, located in the Kurnell section of Kamay Botany Bay National Park is an unbeatable lookout during whale watching season.

Fort Denison | NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service

Available as a wedding venue and for event hire, Sydney Harbour National Park’s The Tea Room, Fort Denison offers stunning views and historic Sydney surrounds.

Bare Island Fort, Kamay Botany Bay National Park. Photo: Andrew Richards

bare Island boardwalk in Kamay Botany Bay National Park, Located in Kurnell and La Perouse in Sydney, NSW

Story Club: On Second Thoughts

Every month the Story Gods (aka Ben Jenkins and Zoe Norton Lodge) pick a theme and offer up sacrificial celebrities on the alter of storytelling to wax lyrical


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