Q Station Sydney Harbour National Park Hotel

Address: 1 North Head Scenic Drive, Manly, New South Wales, 2095, Australia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 1 North Head Scenic Drive, Manly, is near Shelly Beach, Manly Quarantine Station, Sydney Harbour National Park, and Milk Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Manly

    Spit Bridge to Manly Coastal Walk

    A travel blog entry by hsdodril on Jun 14, 2015

    38 photos

    ... 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 ...

    A long day!

    A travel blog entry by hethncol on Apr 19, 2015

    2 photos

    ... Business Class. It is a JAL flight with Qantas flying the first leg. So we are relaxing in the lounge and enjoying 'how the other half live!' We travel via Narita, Japan and then with Finnair via Helsinki to Madrid. Interesting flight path but it was the most 'direct' to Madrid and fitted in with travelling from Narooma. Must be time for another champagne. ...

    Convicts, Shipyards and Manly

    A travel blog entry by mariannedave15 on Apr 02, 2015

    3 comments, 13 photos

    ... as a penal establishment to alleviate the overcrowded Norfolk Island prison. The island was in a good position to ensure convicts did not try to escape, being surrounded by water where, in those days, sharks guarded the island. Some prisoners did try, and fail. Only one, Fred Ward or Captain Thunderbolt as he became known, escaped with the help of his Aboriginal wife, remaining free for many years until he was shot by police. The conditions were atrocious with ...

    Last days in Sydney

    A travel blog entry by andersmathilde on Mar 11, 2015

    6 photos

    Before we left Sydney we wanted to take the ferry from the city harbour out to Manly. The ferry trip itself was fantastic and you get a perfect view of the city and it's famous landmarks. Manly beach was beautiful, and we couldn't decided which beach ended up being our favorite around sydney, they are all just perfect! The last night in Sydney we went to see ...

    SYDNEY AUSTRALIA, Speaks for itself

    A travel blog entry by kwdestinations on Feb 24, 2015

    11 photos

    ... time. Shops with souvenirs lined the streets, but the nicest of the shops was an opal shop – Altmann Churney. The display of priceless (or at least $20,000) Black, Boulder and White opal were glistening in the window. One particular one caught my eye, but I couldn’t imagine the cost. They have, in their vault, the largest opal in the world. Queen Elizabeth wanted to buy it, but they didn’t want to separate from it. Another ...