Manly - North Steyne SLSC
7am - 8am
Manly to Bridge – 34km Bondi to Bridge - 34km
Starting at the North Steyne Surf Life Saving Club on Manly Beach you’ll pass the quaint Shelly Beach and start heading up to the North Head and around to Little Manly beach, with plenty of historic places to view along the way!
Continuing along, you’ll pass Manly Cove, the Walkway of Olympians and start on Fairlight Walk before going on the famous Manly to Spit Bridge Coastal Walk.
You'll experience brilliant views toward the Heads and Manly as well as Middle Harbour and Sydney Skylights in the distance. After passing a number of picturesque beaches, you'll continue across the Spit Bridge, passing Parriwi Lighthouse and Chinamans Beach.
Soon you'll be crossing along crossing along Balmoral Beach, before heading up to Georges Heights, complete with stunning views towards the city.
You'll then explore some of the most stunning streets through Cremorne Point, Mosman Bay and up to Neutral Bay, catching glimpse of the famous Bridge around each corner before reaching the finish line at the Kirribilli Market Park.
How to get to the start
But the most scenic route to the start in Manly is by Manly Ferry from the City (Circular Quay), the ferry leaves at 6:20am and arrives Manly at 6:50am, this should give you plenty of time to reach the start line.
Many different bus lines operate to Manly Beach. 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 train trip to Circular Quay where you find connecting buses, trains and ferries which link to the rest of Sydney. For more information please visit https://transportnsw.info.