Whether you’re just looking for a bit of casual snorkelling or you’re a bit of a Scuba Steve, Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs have plenty to offer divers of all skill levels. Make sure you dive with a group and follow the safety instructions. There’s a link at the bottom of you’re unsure.… Read More


From magnificent coastal vistas to inner city bushland trails, Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs boast some of the best walks and hikes in Sydney, including the famous Bondi to Coogee Walk. Scroll down to find our picks for the very best.… Read More


Sydney’s Eastern suburbs are blessed with a number of fantastic whale watching spots. Many are easily accessible by car or public transport, while some require a bit more of a hike, but are worth the trouble. Find the full list below:… Read More


From harbourside party beaches to peaceful oceanside bays here are the Eastern Suburbs best kept secrets.   Malabar Beach Address: Fishermans Rd, Malabar NSW, 2036 A small bay beach with a great park nearby. Malabar has quiet waters good for a bit of canoeing, a paddle or a snorkel. It’s easy to access and there’s… Read More


Discover snake shows, beach parks and the fantastic Kamay Botany Bay National Park, all in the suburb of La Perouse.… Read More


Congwong Beach is a small beach with a south facing aspect that is good for paddling and snorkelling. Botany Bay National Park has many trails and walks, making this beach a good spot for a dip after a long hike. Getting To Congwong Beach, La Perouse Where Is It? Congwong Beach is located close to… Read More


cruwee cove

Cruwee Cove is a quiet, windblown cove where you can cast a line, grab a photo or two, or don the flippers and snorkel and take a dive.… Read More