Watson's Bay, Sydney

4.7
#1 of 15 in Nature in Sydney
Sitting at the southern head of the massive Sydney Harbour, Watson's Bay offers both a beach-community vibe and outstanding views of the Sydney skyline across the harbor. Relax in the sun on Camp Cove Beach and then choose from one of two coastal walks. The first goes south, providing views of The Gap, a striking ocean cliff. The second goes north, where you can spot the Hornsby Lighthouse. Both routes take about one hour round-trip. Back in Watson's Bay, stop in a restaurant for fresh fish n' chips before heading on to your next destination. Arrange to visit Watson's Bay and other attractions in Sydney using our Sydney trip itinerary maker tool .
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  • Lovely place to sit and have a drink in beautiful surroundings. Nice bar and fish/chip shop all very busy.  more »
  • Took the ferry to Watsons Bay, they run regularly. Lots of hype about the fish & chips sold there, okay but nothing special. It gets busy but if you take the time there is a very nice walk up and past...  more »
  • We visited Watson's Bay by taking a ferry to and from there from Circular Quay. The ferry took about 30 minutes. It is a great place to enjoy with many scenic views. Plenty of places to dine or you co...  more »

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