Periwinkle Guesthouse on Manly Cove
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... back to the hostel, making a pit stop at a bottle shop (where they sell alcohol, as they are the only shops which are allowed to sell alcohol) and bought what they call 'goon'. Goon is basically a box of wine! Tonight we are actually heading out, as scary canary's is open as a club. So we are pre drinking here in the room and then making our way next door for our first night out in ...
... catholic saint’s memorial church head up Mount St. N. Sydney.
Bedside Lavender Bay is McMahon’s point which has some nice restaurants and cafes on Blues Point Road. If you go that far you could get a ferry back to circular quay.
DAY 2 HARBOUR EXCURSIONS/OPERA HOUSE
Morning ferry on the harbour
Get a ferry to Manly or Balmoral beach or go exploring ...
... Manly Wharf and take the trek from either sides to take in the beauty of the coastal walk.
The walk is very well-signed and ofters many detours to go off the track and explore further.
On the way, Fisher Bay, Sandy Bay, Clontarf Beach, Castle Rock Beach and Forty Baskets Beach offer young and old with short peaceful havens, to relax, unwind and bask in the warm sun. Kids and pet dogs are a common sight all through the trek, playing on the beaches, taking ...
... more than made up for it. I actually preferred the emu to the kangaroo but, most importantly, can now say I have eaten the Australian coat of arms. We stayed at the Australian for a while soaking up the sun and enjoying the cider until we realised it was 3 o'clock and we didn't have much of the day left anymore! We walked back to circular quay and looked at times for the next ferry to Manly. We went to buy a ticket but the guy told us it would be cheaper to just get ...
... wish to do it mid-day or during a special event! Lunch quay side, fish, chips and a beer of course, then more exploring. Walked under the Bridge, found the 'bridge' museum which provides an overview of how the Bridge came to be. It may not have the longest Arch Supported span, it is either 3 or 4 in that department, but in turns of overall size, length by breadth, it is the largest! Wandered through an area called ...