Manly Sydney Australia
Manly, Sydney, Australia is a short 30 minute ferry ride across the world’s most spectacular harbour, Manly Wharf is a great place to start your Northern Beaches experience.
Enjoy superb seafood.
Manly, Sydney, Australia, is where you will find some superb restaurants head for Manly Wharf. For an Iconic location explore the Corso you will find an excellent collection of restaurants, pubs, cafes and eateries from breakfast to late at night..
Pick up some fish n’ chips, relax at the beach, enjoy sensational views and simply take in the ambience of this beach resort-style location.
Enjoy the beach lifestyle.
Magnificently situated on Sydney Harbour, four minutes walk from Manly Wharf, Manly Art gallery and Museum was opened in 1930. Experience the stunning humpback whale migration on their annual migration past Manly. Whale Watching Season runs from mid May through to mid November. The May, Taste of Manly showcases all that’s great about Manly’s ever evolving food scene.
For the family
Enjoy family fun, like Snorkelling at Cabbage Tree Bay .or just let them enjoy Manly’s Beaches, Rock Pools and Baths
Water defines pretty much every aspect of life in Manly experience, by sitting in the sun, munch some fish and chips at the beach, What a wonderful way for your day to past you bye or with over 20kms of dedicated bicycle tracks why not take a bike ride
The heritage listed Quaratine Station at North Head commenced in the 1830s until 1984, when visiting ships arriving in Sydney with suspected contagious disease, stopped and offloaded passengers and crew into quarantine to protect the residents of the colony of New South Wales. The station is now home to a hotel, conference centre, and restaurant complex known as Q Station and remains part of the Sydney Harbour National Park.
3 Replies to “Manly, Sydney, Australia”
I visited Manly many years ago. Great memories.
We were there ans loved our boat ride.
Cabbage tree bay is a beautiful snorkelling site, as you identified. I’ve seen heaps of life here, including, but not limited to: Eastern Blue Groper, Massive Schooling Sardines, Giant Cuttlefish, Schooling Mado, Sydney’s Gloomy Octopus, Estuary Catfish and heaps more. Lovely post 🙂
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