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Watsons Bay

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Watsons Bay

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Sydney The Rocks Guided Walking Tour

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Delve into the history of Sydney and British Australia on a leisurely 90-minute walking tour in The Rocks district with an expert guide. Enjoy the delights of present-day visuals as you explore The Rocks and hear the story of Sydney’s convict past as you discover shady courtyards, narrow laneways and hidden areas that even the locals do not know about. Stroll along the shoreline of Sydney Harbour with views of the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, past Cadman’s Cottage and Campbell’s Cove.<br>Tour Highlights:<br>• The shoreline of Sparkling Sydney Cove<br>• Harbour views of Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge<br>• Cadman’s Cottage, The Rocks oldest surviving cottage built in 1816<br>• Campbell’s Cove, offering fantastic views of Sydney Harbour<br>• Awe inspiring Argyle Cut begun with convict labour in 1843<br>• Within The Rocks historic precinct, we will wander through Greenway Lane, Kendall Lane, Suez Canal, Foundation Park and much more.
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Ellemay 🍹🐠🐳 wrote a review Apr 2021
Sydney, Australia47136 contributions31970 helpful votes
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We enjoyed a day outing at Watsons Bay which was absolutely gorgeous on a bright autumn morning. It’s a easy ferry ride from the city with numerous ferries running throughout the day and evening. Watsons Bay offers plenty of attractions and excellent cafes and restaurants. The small harbour beach is delightful and the historical suburb a must to stroll around including a walk up to the Gap.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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wombatdavid wrote a review Dec 2020
Hobart, Australia1711 contributions1216 helpful votes
This is a lovely area accessible by bus or ferry. We took the ferry from Circular Quay and enjoyed the ride across the harbour. Once you get here, there are restaurants, cafes and walks. We did the South Head walk and then looked at the gap before taking the bus back to Rose Bay.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Deb K wrote a review Nov 2020
Glenelg, Australia405 contributions28 helpful votes
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Watson’s Bay is absolutely gorgeous. It’s a beautiful Bay with Doyle’s Restaurant, the fabulous hotel and Dunbar House. There’s also the takeaway cafe for Doyle’s fish and chips. It has a lovely tree lined park up to the Gap for spectacular view’s. There’s great coastal walks. Make a day of it, have Devonshire tea at Dunbar House and lunch at the boutique hotel or Doyle’s. You can swim and snorkel in the bay. Take a ferry for the perfect day out.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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CasandraTP wrote a review Oct 2020
Sydney, Australia795 contributions94 helpful votes
There are many ways to get to Watson’s Bay but once there do the South Head Heritage Walk. Starting in Camp Cove this lovely easy walk gives you beautiful coastal views, military remains including cannons, a magnificent lollipop looking lighthouse, an old cottage plus a beach if you feel like a swim. But be warned, this is a nudist beach so only go if you are willing to go naked. Depending on the time of year you may even be lucky to see whales. It is only 1km so you can do it in under an hour but take your time and a picnic lunch and enjoy.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Kasspper wrote a review Jun 2020
Mango Hill, Australia2419 contributions238 helpful votes
Watson’s bay has a beautiful park in it. This best fish and chips around. Good place to have some fish and chips and relax Can also access via ferry as well
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Date of experience: February 2020
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