Ivor Rowe Rockpool A stone’s throw from Trenerry Reserve and just north of Lurline Bay, Ivor Rowe Rockpool is a naturally forming rock pool accessible from the Coastal Walk through a set of steps that lead down to a rocky plateau jutting out into the Pacific While swimming in the sea off the rocks is not… Read More

Hermit Bay The bay is located along the Hermitage Foreshore walk and is part of the Sydney Harbour National Park. While swimming is an option, Hermit Point also makes a great picnic spot, backed by some of Sydney’s most impressive houses. A large home behind the point, built in 1840 by Alexander Dick, is where… Read More

Yarra Bay Bicentennial Park is nestled between Yarra Bay Foreshore and Frenchman’s Bay. With long, rolling lawns flanked by curving tree lines, the park is perfect for picnics, with plenty of shaded tables and benches set around couple of BBQs. There is also access to a boat ramp via the Yarra Bay Sailing Club and the Yarra… Read More

Botany Bay Boat Ramp The boat ramp is located off Foreshore Drive, with panoramic views of the bay, airport and docks. It’s a popular fishing spot with, as the name suggests, boat access via the ramp. Amenities at nearby Botany Foreshore Beach include restrooms and a bike lockup. There are also shower and feet washing… Read More

Wedged between Kingsford Smith airport and the boat ramp, Botany Foreshore Beach is one of the few dog friendly beaches in the city, and a great place to grab a few photos of the bay, provided you don’t mind the noise. The airport runway extends beyond the beach and with jumbos coming in every ten… Read More

astrolabe park

  Walking around the hilly, windblown expanse of Astrolabe Park you can’t help but feel like you’re walking through a horror film. This place is scary. It feels too big for it’s size. It doesn’t help that there are fences along one side where the golf course meets the car park, or the prominent feature… Read More