Travelling on foot lets visitors experience many unique aspects of the Manly area that remain hidden to most.
Manly Walking Tracks are designed for a variety of ages and fitness levels. Regardless of which one you choose, there are many things to see along the way.
- Aboriginal landmarks
- Natural bush
- Scenic views
From short, scenic strolls to more strenuous walks, but also include walks for wheelchairs and prams.
Cabbage Tree Bay Coastal Walk
Gain an insight into Cabbage Tree Bay's unique marine life, plants, animals, history and attractions. For more information click here
Manly Eastern Hill Heritage Walk
This walk will guide you through the Eastern Hill area of Manly, with the option of visiting the beaches. For more information click here
Manly Heritages Plaques Walk
Learn about Manly's diverse history by following the numbered plaques surrounding Manly. For more information click here
Manly Scenic Walkway
Ten kilometres of stunning bush walking, encompassing panoramic views of the majestic entrance to Sydney Harbour and swathes of bushland. For more information click here
WEEK DAY TRACK CLOSURE 8 APRIL TO 7 JUNE 2013
Manly Council will be undertaking stage 2 works to upgrade the section of walking track between Ellery Punt Reserve and Sandy Bay, Clontarf. The works will include;
- Replacement of sandstone stairs
- Widening the track to approximately 1.2m
- Resurfacing the path with crushed sandstone and installation of drainage swales
- Resurfacing metal walkway track section (not viewing platform) with timber
CLOSURE OF WALKING TRACK ON WEEKDAYS (*OPEN FOR WEEKENDS).
Due to public safety concerns, the walking track will be closed on week days for duration of works. The track will be open to the public on weekends *unless at unsafe stage of works to allow public access. If closed follow detour routes to bus stops.
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS
SPIT BRIDGE: Nearest public transport located on southern side of Spit Bridge
CLONTARF RESERVE: Nearest public transport 10 minute walk from Clontarf Reserve to Beatrice Street bus stop (Follow yellow Manly Scenic Walkway Detour signs) Alternatively, Manly Council operates a FREE shuttle bus service which departs Clontarf Reserve to Manly (via Condamine St interchange) every hour between 8:40am to 5:40pm daily.
DATE OF COMMENCEMENT
Works are expected to commence on April 8, 2013 and take approximately 8 weeks to complete (subject to suitable weather).
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT MANLY COUNCIL ON 9976 1751
Public Transport Information: Phone 131 500; or www.131500.com.au
The Heart of Manly Heritage Walk
On this walk you'll discover Heritage Plaques which identify places of special interest. For more information click here.