Enjoy a sundowner while you overlook Sydney iconic Bondi Beach
Located at the Southern end of Bondi Beach, this international landmark known as Bondi Icebergs, is known for its icon view over Sydney’s pristine Bondi Beach. You can enjoy a laid back, casual beverage in the club part of Bondi Icebergs or you can dress up and sip on some champagne at the upstairs bar. Either way, you won’t be short of an incredible view and a good time.
Watch a sunrise on one of Sydney’s Eastern beaches
There is no greater way to start the day then to watch the sunrise, period! And with so many incredible beaches along the east coast, you’d be crazy not to go and see one with your own eyes. Check what time the sun is rising and grab your alarm clock to make sure you get yourself up and out of bed – you won’t regret it! Plenty of cafes are open before sunrise so you can be sure to grab a coffee on your way, you definitely want to have your eyes open for this.
Put your sneakers on and enjoy the Barrenjoey lighthouse walk
Barrenjoey Lighthouse sits at Sydney’s most northern point – Barrenjoey Head at Palm Beach. You can spend some time exploring the heritage Barrenjoey lighthouse as well as the lighthouse keeper's cottages. Positioned 91m above sea level, you are guaranteed some amazing views over Sydney’s eastern coast. Afterwards, if all the walking has got you hungry (and let’s face it, probably thirsty!), there are plenty of amazing restaurants in the nearby villages of Avalon and Newport to satisfy your tastebuds!
Watssup, Watsons Bay Stand Up Paddle Boarding Sydney?
Jump on a SUP (maybe don’t actually jump because you might fall off!) and go for a cruise around Sydney harbour and discover some of Sydney’s hidden beaches with the iconic Sydney skyline in the background. Whether you’re looking for a social paddle, a team building activity, or perhaps you’ve never SUP’d before and you’re after some lessons, the team at Watssup are there to guide and help you.
Dive into Shelly Beach’s crystal water where the underwater life is rich and diverse
Tucked around the corner of the famous Manly Beach, is arguably the most beautiful spot in Sydney for snorkelling. Shelly Beach is a small, sheltered bay that has been protected for more than 15 years. If you’re lucky enough, you can spot some renowned species such as the Eastern blue groper and Port Jackson shark. Afterwards, you can go and relax on the famous Manly Beach or perhaps grab yourself a bite to eat at one of the many popular restaurants/cafes.