If you enjoy a hike but really don't want to work up a sweat doing it then I highly recommend this walk, only 2.8km long, the easiest hike you could do to get the best views in town. To avoid crowds it's definitely worth going on a weekday in the morning to avoid the heat, if you have to go on a weekend then do a morning walk may help avoid the crowds but no guarantee since it is one of the top tourists spots and very popular with the locals too.
Entering via Cliff Street we pass Watson's Bay and Camp Cove...passing glorious views the beaches, city skyline and South Head harbour, also by passing Lady Bay Beach (no photos please) along the way...
|Cannon facing our city skyline...protecting our harbour in war days|
|Beautiful views of the city skyline|
...lots of seaplanes passed overhead, flying tourists to their lunches on the north shore I assume...
|Hornby Lighthouse Cottage|
|As always the harbour is a hive of activity with pleasure boats|
|and ferries taking passengers between the city to places north of the city|
One of the prettier and well kept lighthouses...
|Hornby Lighthouse built in 1858|
|One of the many bunkers in the area|
|Pidgeons eager to get away from the mad photogs|
It was a nice Spring walk with spectacular views.
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