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    Sydney's Best Strolls

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    SYDNEY: Sydney is a treasure trove of hidden gems, many of which can only be reached on foot. Therefore, walking is one of the best activities in Sydney and the easiest way to experience everything the region has to offer. From coastal jaunts through forest hikes, here are the best walks to take in the Harbour City. Happy trails! 

    1. Six Foot Track in the Blue Mountains 

    For nature lovers looking for something a little more challenging, take a three-day hike through the Blue Mountains on the Six Foot Track. The hike takes you through a variety of landscapes, from Katoomba to the Jenolan Caves, passing rivers and waterfalls along the way. 

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    2. Balls Head Reserve 

    Shut out the world and escape to a place where time seems to stand still. Within this piece of paradise 1.5km from the Sydney Harbour Bridge, you can take your partner for a romantic getaway and let life’s worries melt away as you immerse yourselves in nature.  

    Insider Tip: The Reserve is a great place to view the New Year’s Eve fireworks because you can climb right down to the harbour and take in the spectacular views of the Harbour Bridge. 

    3. Federation Cliff Walk 

    This scenic coastal walk stretches about five kilometres from Watsons Bay to Dover Heights and takes you through beautiful parklands and viewing platforms right on top of the sandstone cliffs along the way. Stop at the Macquarie Lighthouse and take in the majestic views of the Tasman Sea. 

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    4. Glebe Foreshore Walk 

    Looking for a leisurely yet stunningly beautiful stroll? Check out the Glebe Foreshore Walk, which offers fantastic views of the Sydney skyline, harbour and Anzac Bridge. This is one of the best activities in Sydney for anyone who likes to experience the city’s beauty at a casual pace. It’s a great twilight stroll. 

    5. Hermitage Foreshore Track 

    For a laid-back excursion, Hermitage Foreshore offers views of Shark Island, the Harbour Bridge and Strickland House. Starting at the Sydney Harbour National Park and stretching about 1.5 kilometres, this walk is an excellent option for those who want all the beauty without too much work. 

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    Base yourself at one of the Adina Apartment Hotels in various locations around Sydney. With a choice of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, they are equipped with everything you need for an extended holiday, like kitchen and laundry facilities.