Sydney Harbour National Park
- Type: Hiking, Parks and Gardens
- Time to Spend: Half Day to Full Day
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Sydney Harbour National Park's 958 acres spread across a few islands and shorelines. You'll find these located mostly north of Sydney Harbour. To best explore the park, we recommend hiking on a trail, such as the Manly Scenic Walkway or the Hermitage Foreshore Walk. You'll happen across everything from colonial buildings to Aboriginal dwelling places to even small rainforests.
One TripAdvisor user recommends, "Watch for plentiful birdlife, and go on a weekday when at times you will be alone."
You can drive to the some areas of the park, but you'll be charged for parking your vehicle in one of the garages. Otherwise, the park is free. Several other islands like Shark, Rodd and Clark will either require a cruise or special permission for access from the New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service. For more information, visit the website.