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Bondi to Bridge – 34km          Manly to Bridge - 34km

Starting at the north end of famous Bondi Beach, you will walk the coast along the South Head of Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs. Walking past Indigenous sites and historical landmarks such as Macquarie Lighthouse and the Wreck of the Dunbar.  After passing Sydney’s dramatic rock faces at The Gap, you’ll reach Hornby Lighthouse at the tip of South Head, before looping around to Watsons Bay Wharf, a great place for your first rest to refuel, 10km into your walk.

With stunning Harbour views on your right, you’ll continue walking, through the Hermitage Foreshore Walk, passing many historical cottages, reserves, small beaches and inviting bays for a quick swim or rest. The Walk continues along the coastline, passing many beautiful points with spectacular views. Have a well deserved break at Rosebay Checkpoint, before hiking on towards the city where you will be reaching The Domain, Mrs Macquarie’s Chair, Farm Cove and The Royal Botanic Garden; all Heritage parts of Sydney. You’ll emerge from The Royal Botanic Gardens and end up in front of the iconic Sydney Opera House. To finish off the day, you’ll cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge, where you can take a perfect photo of the Harbour from above. After reaching the north end of the bridge you are only a few steps away from the finish line - turn left into the tunnel which goes under the bridge and the finish line is on your left on the Kirribilli Market park.

How to get to the start

The only way to access Bondi Beach on public transport is via Sydney Buses. Buses leave Bondi Junction Train Station to Bondi Beach at Stand A (Route 333) and Stand B (Route 380), which run, on average, every 10-15 minutes during the day. For more information, please visit https://transportnsw.info and make sure you give yourself plenty of time to reach the start.

How to get home

From Milson Point Train Station, which is above the finish line you can catch a one stop trip to Circular Quay, where you’ll find connecting buses, trains and ferries which link to the rest of Sydney. For more information, please visit https://transportnsw.info.